Partai Sosial Demokrat Lituania

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Partai Sosial Demokrat Lituania (bahasa Lituania: Lietuvos socialdemokratų partija, LSDP) adalah sebuah partai politik sosial demokrat[1] di Lituania. Partai tersebut adalah partai yang paling lama berdiri di Lituania, yang didirikan sebagai organisasi Marxis bawah tanah pada 1896. Pada periode pendudukan Soviet, partai tersebut terpaksa mengasingkan diri, dan kembali ke Lituania pada 1989.

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