Information on Socialist Workers' Party for Liberation (Partido Socialista Obrero para la Liberación), a group which split from the Partido Socialista Democrático in March 1987, Argentina [ARG4226]

Information on the abovementioned subject could not be found among the sources currently available to the IRBDC. Among the ones currently available to the IRBDC, only one political organizations' directory listed the Partido Socialista Democrático, mentioning it as part of the Democratic Left Alliance (Frente de Izquierda Democrática). [ Political Handbook of the World: 1988, (New York: CSA Publications, 1988), p. 28.] The only available source reporting a division within a political group in March 1987 stated that the Partido Intransigente was undergoing internal divisions at that time. [ Latin America Weekly Report, (London, Latin America Newsletters), 5 March 1987, Backcover.] According to the 1988 International Yearbook on International Communist Affairs (Stanford: Hoover Institution Press, 1988), pp. 39-40, most left-wing groups are extremely small, numbering a few hundred and in some cases only dozens of members, a possible reason why many may not be listed even if they exist.