Sammarinese Reformist Socialist Party

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Sammarinese Reformist Socialist Party
Leader Simone Celli
Founded 1 May 2009
Dissolved 30 May 2012
Split from PSD
Merged into PS
Ideology Social democracy
Political position centre-left
International affiliation none
European affiliation none
Colours red
Politics of San Marino
Political parties

The Sammarinese Reformist Socialist Party (Italian: Partito Socialista Riformista Sammarinese, PSRS) was a social-democratic political party in San Marino formed from a regional split from the Party of Socialists and Democrats in Borgo Maggiore.

On 30 May 2012, the party merged with the New Socialist Party to form the modern-day Socialist Party.[1]