Popular Social Party
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|Split from||People's Party|
|Merged into||Centre Union|
The Popular Social Party participated in the elections of 1956 but failed to enter the parliament. In the elections of 1958 it participated with other right-wing in the Union of Populars and elected 2 MPs.
Its main political program, as it was claimed, was social and economic justice. The party suggested social reforms and a new organization of the Greek production.