Open main menu

The Sardinian Socialist Action Party (Italian: Partito Sardo d'Azione Socialista, PSd'AzS) was a regionalist social-democratic political party active in Sardinia.

Sardinian Socialist Action Party

Partito Sardo d'Azione Socialista
FounderEmilio Lussu
Founded1948
Dissolved1949
Split fromSardinian Action Party
HeadquartersCagliari, Sardinia, Italy
IdeologySardinian nationalism
Regionalism
Autonomism
Social democracy
Liberal socialism
Political positionLeft-wing
International affiliationnone
European Parliament groupno MEPs
Regional Council of Sardinia (1948-1949)
3 / 60

HistoryEdit

The party was founded in 1948 by a split from the Sardinian Action Party led by Emilio Lussu, former member of the "Sassari brigade" during the Italian resistance movement.[1][2] The party won 6.6% in the first regional election in 1949 and shortly after merged with the Italian Socialist Party, a party of which Lussu was a senator until 1963.[2]

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Paolo Coluzzi (2007). Minority Language Planning and Micronationalism in Italy: An Analysis of the Situation of Friulian, Cimbrian and Western Lombard with Reference to Spanish Minority Languages. Peter Lang. p. 98. ISBN 978-3-03911-041-4.
  2. ^ a b Eve Hepburn (2010). "Explaining Failure: Sardinian Nationalism". In Eve Hepburn (ed.). New Challenges for Stateless Nationalist and Regionalist Parties. Routledge. p. 117. ISBN 978-1-317-96596-1.