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Socialist Workers Party (Algeria)

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Socialist Workers Party
FounderRevolutionary Communist Group (GCR)
Political positionLeft-wing to Far-left
National affiliationForces of the Democratic Alternative
International affiliationFourth International
Council of the Nation
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People's National Assembly
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The Socialist Workers' Party (in French: Parti Socialiste des Travailleurs) is a political party in Algeria. Its views are similar to those of the reunified Fourth International. PST was founded in 1989 by the Revolutionary Communist Group (GCR).[1]

The PST publishes El Khatwa. In the 17 May 2007 People's National Assembly elections, the party won 0.75% of the vote and no seats of 389 seats.[2]


  1. ^ "Leftist Parties of Algeria". Broad Left. Retrieved 7 May 2016.
  2. ^ Algerian Interior Ministry Archived 2007-06-20 at the Wayback Machine
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