Social Democratic Party (Brazil, 2011)

This article is about the current political party in Brazil. For the historic political party with the same name, see Social Democratic Party (Brazil, 1945-65). For other parties with similar names, see Social Democratic Party (Brazil).
Social Democratic Party
Partido Social Democrático
President Guilherme Campos
Founder Gilberto Kassab
Founded March 21, 2011 (2011-03-21)
Membership 248,029[1]
Ideology Economic liberalism[2]
Political position Centre to Centre-right
National affiliation With the strength of the people
International affiliation None
Colours              Blue, Green, & Yellow
TSE Identification Number 55
Chamber of Deputies
36 / 513
4 / 81
4,570 / 56,810

The Social Democratic Party (Portuguese: Partido Social Democrático, PSD) is a political party in Brazil articulated by Gilberto Kassab, uniting dissidents from various parties, especially the Democrats, PSDB and PP.[3]

The party supports the Impeachment of Dilma Rousseff.


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