Rabat - The Swedish Social Democratic Party unanimously rejected a motion submitted by some members to recognize the pseudo "SADR" on Sunday, according to Moroccan diplomatic sources cited by the Maghreb Arab Press (MAP).
Rabat – The Swedish Social Democratic Party unanimously rejected a motion submitted by some members to recognize the pseudo “SADR” on Sunday, according to Moroccan diplomatic sources cited by the Maghreb Arab Press (MAP).
The motion had been submitted during the preparation for the party’s Congress, to be held from April 8-12 in Göteborg. “The Social Democratic Party Congress has just adopted the decision of the bureau to unanimously reject the motion proposed by some members to recognize the chimerical entity,” the same source pointed out.
The Congress will host more than 4,000 delegates, including a representative of the Socialist Union of Popular Forces (USFP).
The Social Democratic Party (Sveriges Socialdemokratiska Arbetareparti, in Swedish), and commonly called the Social Democrats, is the oldest political party in Sweden. Founded in 1889, it has held power with little interruption, since 1917.
Its ideology, which is a reference in Europe, is based on a revision of Orthodox Marxism. The party’s literature supports a social political system based on taxation. The party is also a fervent supporter of issues such as feminism and gender equality and is strongly against all forms of racism and discrimination.