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Partido Reformista Social Cristiano, Liberacion Dominicana, PRSC, urban workers, middle classes

The Dominican Party was the only legal party between 1930 and 1961, when it was dissolved and new parties were established. The principal parties in the late 1980s were the Partido Reformista Social Cristiano (PRSC), the Partido de la Liberacion Dominicana (PLD), and the Partido Revolucionario Dominicano (PRD). The PRSC draws support from the peasant and middle classes, the PLD was formed by breakaway members of the PRD, and the PRD is composed largely of landless peasants and urban workers.



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Partido Reformista Social Cristiano, Liberacion Dominicana, PRSC, urban workers, middle classes, PRD, PLD, support

 
 

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