|Unified Socialist Party|
الحزب الإشتراكي الموحد
|Founded||1983 (OADP), 2002 (GSU), 2005 (PSU)|
|Headquarters||9, Résidence Maréchal Ameziane, Rue Lamoricière, Casablanca, Morocco|
|Political position||Radical Left|
|Politics of Morocco|
The Unified Socialist Party (French: اParti Socialiste Unifiée) (Arabic: الحزب الإشتراكي الموحد), or PSU, previously known as the Party of the Unified Socialist Left (French: Parti de la Gauche Socialiste Unifiée), or GSU, is a political party in Morocco.
The Unified Socialist Party is a mixture of various movements that sprung throughout the 60's and the 70's. It first started with the spin-off "23 Mars" (a reference to the 23 Mars students' uprising), a radical, Maoism student fraction of the largest opposition to the Moroccan monarchy, the National Union of Popular Forces. "23 Mars" too was party to split in various groups, though other splits from the then-Moroccan Communist Party