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Social Democratic Party

A political party in Germany. It was established in 1875, making it the oldest party in Germany currently in existence. Throughout its history its ideology has shifted between socialism and seeking social justice within a capitalist state.
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The betrayal of the Social Democratic party and also of Danish public life in general arose from choosing egoism and vanity instead of solidarity and creativity, and there is no doubt whatsoever which side Hyltoft, the unswerving humanist, has chosen.
The former Foreign Secretary left the Labour Party in 1981 and, as part of the gang of four with Shirley Williams, Roy Jenkins and Bill Rodgers, set up the Social Democratic Party.
Currently, there are four political parties in the country: the People's Democratic Party of Uzbekistan, the Movement of business people and entrepreneurs - Liberal Democratic Party of Uzbekistan (UzLiDeP), the Social Democratic Party "Adolat" (Justice) and the Democratic Party of Uzbekistan "Milly Tiklanish".
But the Social Democratic Party has something else up its sleeve.
98% voted for the Social Democratic Party of Kyrgyzstan 16,394 voters or 17.
The ruling Democratic Party of Japan on Tuesday approved the party membership of House of Representatives lawmaker Kiyomi Tsujimoto, a former member of the Social Democratic Party.
385) This he does admirably through a detailed analysis of three main forms of "street politics;" (1) everyday struggles between the police and crowds of people on the street - what he calls an "alltagliche Kleinkrieg" - for the control and use of public space, (2) conflicts between the police and crowds in the context of strikes and lockouts (Streikexzessen), and (3) street demonstrations organized by the Social Democratic party.
The members of the parliamentary faction of the Social Democratic Party of Kyrgyzstan support the decision of 10 Ar Namys parliamentarians to enter the coalition of the parliamentary majority.
28 election with the support of the Japanese Communist Party, the Social Democratic Party and a local political party.
1 percent of the vote, formed a coalition with an alliance of the Social Democratic Association of East Timor and the Social Democratic Party, which came in third with 15.
Nicholls also traces the gradual acceptance of the social market economy within the Social Democratic Party.
The parliamentary factions of the Social Democratic Party of Kyrgyzstan and Respublika recalled their commitments under annexes to the agreement on establishment of the coalition of parliamentary factions "Unity and Development", according to the statement made by chairmen of Social Democratic Party of Kyrgyzstan and Respublika Almazbek Atambaev and Omurbek Babanov, as well as leaders of parliamentary factions Chynybai Tursunbekov and Kanatbek Isaev.