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The Christian Social Party (PSC-CVP) was a Belgian Catholic political party, which existed from 1944 until 1968.

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History

At the end of World War II, on 18–19 August 1945 the Christelijke Volkspartij-Parti Social Chrétien (CVP-PSC) was founded under the presidency of August de Schryver as the successor to the Catholic Party.

In 1968, the party divided along linguistic lines, forming the French language Parti Social Chrétien in Wallonia and the Dutch language Christelijke Volkspartij in Flanders.

Notable members

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Source

  • Th. Luykx and M. Platel, Politieke geschiedenis van België, 2 vol., Kluwer, 1985
  • E. Witte, J. Craeybeckx en A. Meynen, Politieke geschiedenis van België, Standaard, 1997

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