Socialist Front (Puerto Rico)
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The FS was launched on November 4, 1990, as an initiative of the Socialist Workers' Movement (MST). In 2005 the MST officially disaffiliated with the Frente Socialista, and Puerto Rican Workers' Revolutionary Party, and the Political Education Workshop did the same in 2008, but the Frente has continued on. The Frente's principal spokespersons were Rafael Bernabe and Jorge Farinacci.
In the 2000 Puerto Rican elections, the FS endorsed the Puerto Rican Independence Party. In the 2004 elections, the Socialist Front promoted a voting boycott but condemned the MINH's support for the pro-Commonwealth Popular Democratic Party (PPD). Furthermore, the Socialist Front sustained and nurtured its decades-long alliance with the Puerto Rican Nationalist Party and the Puerto Rican Independence Party (PIP).
- (Spanish) Frente Socialista
- (Spanish) Refundación Comunista
- (English) Working Group on Puerto Rico
- Jorge Farinacci on the assassination of Filiberto Ojeda Ríos (Democracy Now!, 29 September 2005)