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Movimento Social Republicano
The Republican Social Movement (Spanish: Movimiento Social Republicano, MSR) is a neo-fascist political party in Spain. It was registered at the Ministry of Interior on November 30, 1999, with offices in Barcelona. The following year it merged with VÚrtice Social Espa˝ol to form what it called a Social Patriotic force.
By its members' own admission, as well as by that of the bulk of the far-right public opinion, the MSR is roughly inscribed in what is usually called the Third Position, and adheres to the commonplace strategy, common to other forms of Strasserism and National Bolshevism, of defending socializing (and at times leftist) doctrines abroad, whereas adopting conservative and anti-immigration stances at a domestic level. Its slogan is 'Spain-Republic-Socialism'.
Many of its members, as well as its leader, Juan Antonio Llopart Senent, are well-known for their consistent militancy in extremist groups across the far-right spectrum, especially CEDADE, Bloc CatalÓ, Moviment Patri˛tic CatalÓ and the terrorist group Milicia Catalana, the latter three being part of a political gambit aimed at attracting ultra-Catholic, reactionary sectors of Catalan society under a nominally regionalist appearance. Milicia Catalana was a particularly virulent group engaged in attempts on alleged abortion clinics and headquarters of leftist and independentist groups.
Republican Social Movement