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Socialist Revolutionary Party (Portugal)

Partido Socialista Revolucionário, PSR

Last modified: 2014-06-16 by klaus-michael schneider
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[Socialist Revolutionary Party]
image by Jorge Candeias, 26 Sep 1997
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About the flag

They use a flag with a purple field with a very dark purple five-pointed star outlined in white and white letters PSR underlined also in white. Everything in the flag is drawn in what can be called “graffiti-style”.
Jorge Candeias, 26 Sep 1997


This is now one of the members of the Left Block.
Jorge Candeias, 20 May 1999

The Socialist Revolutionary Party (PSR - Partido Socialista Revolucionário), originally a trotskist party, recentely turned into a party of the “great causes”: defending the interests of minorities (especially gays and blacks) and actively fighting fascist or neo-fascist ideology and personalities (the only party to produce demonstrations against Le Pen’s visit to Portugal, a couple of years ago). They never elected MPs, but once where about 150 votes behind to elect their leader to parlament.
Jorge Candeias, 26 Sep 1997

Former symbol

The Portuguese (Trotskyist) Partido Socialista Revolucionário used to have such a logo (and thus presumably flags), with a "4", being quite stylized, over the hammer and sickle, standing for the Fourth International. Later they changed to a graffitti style star (and changed colors to purple).
António Martins, 23 Jun 2002