Left Socialist Accord

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Left Socialist Accord (in Spanish: Acuerdo Socialista de Izquierda), was a political alliance in Peru founded in 1989 by three groups that left IU: Revolutionary Socialist Party (PSR), Revolutionary Communist Party (PCR) and Peruvian Socialist Movement (MSP). ASI contested the 1989 municipal elections. Later ASI was dissolved.