Zairian Socialist Party

Zairian Socialist Party

Zairian Socialist Party ( _fr. Parti Socialiste Zaïrois) was a Zairian political party, based in exile. The general secretary of the party was Betou Aime. [http://www.cegesoma.be/pls/opac/opac.search?lan=F&seop=2&sele=51&sepa=1&doty=&sest=&chna=&senu=102025&rqdb=1&dbnu=1]

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