Sardinian Socialist Action Party
|Split from||Sardinian Action Party|
|Headquarters||Cagliari, Sardinia, Italy|
|European Parliament group||no MEPs|
|Regional Council of Sardinia (1948-1949)|
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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. 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.
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- 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.
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