Andalusian Social Democratic Labour Party

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Andalusian Social Democratic Labour Party
Parti social-démocrate du Travail
General Secretary (Bolshevik) Faisal al-Malik
Premier Matéo Pasternak
Founded 8 July 1960 (1960-07-08)
Dissolved 18 August 1983
Preceded by Movement X
Succeeded by Socialist Party of Andalus
Headquarters Alcazar
Newspaper Monter
Ideology Social democracy
Internal factions:
 • Marxist-Leninism
 • Communism
Political position Left-wing
International affiliation Second International (1960-1983)
Colours      Red

The Andalusian Social Democratic Labour Party (Etruscan: Parti social-démocrate du Travail, PSDT), also known as the Andalusian Social Democratic Workers' Party or the Andalusian Social Democratic Party, was a revolutionary socialist political party formed in 1960 to unite the various revolutionary organisations of the post-civil war Andalus into one party. The PSDT governed Andalus under a one-party system from 1960 to 1983, before splitting into the Socialist Party and other minor parties at the restoration of the Andalusian monarchy.