Social Democratic Party (Nicaragua)

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The Social Democratic Party (Spanish: Partido Social Demócrata, abbreviated PSD) is a right-wing Nicaraguan political party that split from Conservatives in 1979.[citation needed] The party sought affiliation to the Socialist International, but its application was rejected.[1]

The PSD abstained from 1984 elections. As of 2006, the PSD was in an electoral alliance with the Constitutionalist Liberal Party (PLC).[citation needed]

References[edit]

  1. ^ West Coast Trade Union Delegation to Nicaragua (U.S.). Nicaragua, sindicatos, democracia, y la lucha por la paz. Oakland, CA: Red Sindical sobre Centroamérica, 1986. p. 14