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Socialist Party of the People of Ceuta

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Socialist Party of the People of Ceuta

The Socialist Party of the People of Ceuta (Spanish: Partido Socialista del Pueblo de Ceuta, abbreviated to PSPC) is a political party in Ceuta, an autonomous city of Spain, in north Africa. The PSPC was founded in 1985, amongst its members were defectors from Spanish Socialist Workers' Party and the Communist Party.

A major demand of the PSPC is that Ceuta be made into an Autonomous Community, like other regions of Spain.

The youth wing of the PSPC is called Alternativa 21.

In 2009, the PSPC merged with the Ceutan Democratic Union (UDCE) to form the Caballas Coalition.

External links

  • PSPC website
  • PSPC election video at YouTube
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