Workers' Socialist Movement (Argentina)

The Workers' Socialist Movement (Spanish: Movimiento Socialista de los Trabajadores, MST) is a Trotskyist (left-wing socialist) political party in Argentina. The MST was founded in 1992 as a split from another Trotskyist group, the Movement Towards Socialism (see Nahuel Moreno). The MST is active on a number of college campuses, including the University of Buenos Aires. The party in 2006 has suffered a crisis which led to a split. The minority founded a new organization, named 'Socialist Left' (Izquierda Socialista).

Workers' Socialist Movement

Movimiento Socialista de los Trabajadores
LeaderVilma Ripoll, Alejandro Bodart
General SecretaryAlejandro Bodart
Split fromMovement for Socialism
HeadquartersPerú 439, Buenos Aires
NewspaperAlternativa Socialista
Youth wingJuventud Socialista del MST
Membership (2017)39,507
Political positionLeft-wing
National affiliationIzquierda al Frente por el Socialismo
(with Nuevo MAS)


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