The Liberal Socialists (Liberalsocialisti, LS) were a regionalist social-democratic political party based in Sicily.
The party was founed by Salvo Andò and other former leading members of the late Italian Socialist Party (PSI).
In the 2001 regional election the party garnered 1.0% of the vote and elected a regional councillor.
In the 2003 provincial elections, the party elected provincial councillors in the provinces of Catania, Messina, Palermo, Agrigento and Caltanissetta.
In 2003 the party was merged into the Italian Democratic Socialists (SDI).
In 2010 Andò and other former Liberal Socialists formed the Socialist Circles, a network of local social-democratic clubs in Sicily.