Social Democratic Path
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Social Democratic Path (sometimes written as Democratic and Social Path; Arabic: المسار الديمقراطي الاجتماعي‎‎; French: Voie démocratique et sociale, or al-Massar) is a centre-left secularistpolitical party in Tunisia.[1] It was formed in 1 April 2012, by the merger of the post-communist Ettajdid Movement and the Tunisian Labour Party, including some individual members of the Democratic Modernist Pole,[3] together holding 7 seats in the Constituent Assembly. It is led by Ahmed Brahim, former secretary of the Ettajdid Movement. In 11 February 2013, it became a part of the Union for Tunisia alliance of secularist parties.[2]
Social Democratic Path
المسار الديمقراطي الاجتماعي
French nameVoie démocratique et sociale
AbbreviationAl Massar
LeaderAhmed Brahim
Secretary-GeneralSamir Taieb [ar; fr]
Founded1 April 2012
Merger ofEttajdid Movement
Tunisian Labour Party
Headquarters7,Avenue de la Liberté
NewspaperAttariq Al Jadid
Youth wingJeunes Massar
Membership1,500[citation needed]
Democratic socialism
Social democracy
Political positionCentre-left
National affiliationUnion for Tunisia[2]
Slogan"Des citoyens libres dans une société juste"
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  1. ^ a b Daragahi, Borzou (27 February 2013), "Tunisia's Nahda makes independent U-turn", Financial Times
  2. ^ a b Union for Tunisia: Jebali's initiative "step forward on right path", TAP, 12 February 2013, archived from the original on 17 February 2013, retrieved 21 July 2013
  3. ^ Ghribi, Asma (2 April 2012), Fusion of Centrist Parties to Create a New Force in Tunisian Politics, Tunisia-live.net
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