Leader 	Mmusi Maimane Chairperson 	Athol Trollip Chairperson of the Federal Council 	James Selfe Federal Chairperson of Finance 	Alf Lees Parliamentary Leader 	Mmusi Maimane National Spokespersons 	Refiloe Ntsekhe Phumzile Van Damme Slogan 	One Nation. One Future. Founded 	24 June 2000 Preceded by 	Democratic Party

Leader Mmusi Maimane Chairperson Athol Trollip Chairperson of the Federal Council James Selfe Federal Chairperson of Finance Alf Lees Parliamentary Leader Mmusi Maimane National Spokespersons Refiloe Ntsekhe Phumzile Van Damme Slogan One Nation. One Future. Founded 24 June 2000 Preceded by Democratic Party

Abbreviation 	ANC President 	Jacob Zuma Secretary-General 	Gwede Mantashe Spokesperson 	Zizi Kodwa Founder 	John Dube Pixley ka Isaka Seme Sol Plaatje National Chairperson 	Baleka Mbete Treasurer General 	Zweli Mkhize Slogan 	South Africa's National Liberation Movement Founded 	8 January 1912 Headquarters 	Luthuli House, 54 Sauer Street, Johannesburg Newspaper 	ANC Today

Abbreviation ANC President Jacob Zuma Secretary-General Gwede Mantashe Spokesperson Zizi Kodwa Founder John Dube Pixley ka Isaka Seme Sol Plaatje National Chairperson Baleka Mbete Treasurer General Zweli Mkhize Slogan South Africa's National Liberation Movement Founded 8 January 1912 Headquarters Luthuli House, 54 Sauer Street, Johannesburg Newspaper ANC Today

he Congress of South African Trade Unions (COSATU) is a trade union federation in South Africa. It was founded in 1985 and is the largest of the country’s three main trade union federations, with 21 affiliated trade unions,[note 1][1] altogether organising 1.8 million workers.

he Congress of South African Trade Unions (COSATU) is a trade union federation in South Africa. It was founded in 1985 and is the largest of the country’s three main trade union federations, with 21 affiliated trade unions,[note 1][1] altogether organising 1.8 million workers.

Parties

Parties

resident 	Eduardo Fellner General Secretary 	José Ottavis (es) Parliamentary leaders 	Miguel Pichetto (Senate) Juliana Di Tullio (es) (Chamber) Founder 	Juan Perón Founded 	1947; 68 years ago Preceded by 	Labour Party Headquarters 	130 Matheu Street Buenos Aires Youth wing 	Juventud Peronista (es) Membership  (2012) 	3,626,728[1] Ideology 	Peronism[2][3] Political position 	Big tent National affiliation 	Front for Victory International affiliation 	Centrist Democrat International

resident Eduardo Fellner General Secretary José Ottavis (es) Parliamentary leaders Miguel Pichetto (Senate) Juliana Di Tullio (es) (Chamber) Founder Juan Perón Founded 1947; 68 years ago Preceded by Labour Party Headquarters 130 Matheu Street Buenos Aires Youth wing Juventud Peronista (es) Membership (2012) 3,626,728[1] Ideology Peronism[2][3] Political position Big tent National affiliation Front for Victory International affiliation Centrist Democrat International

eader 	Patricio Etchegaray (General Secretary) Founded 	1918 Headquarters 	Buenos Aires, Argentina Membership 	22.930 (2012)[1] Ideology 	Communism, Marxism–Leninism International affiliation 	Foro de São Paulo, International Meeting of Communist and Workers' Parties Colors 	Red

eader Patricio Etchegaray (General Secretary) Founded 1918 Headquarters Buenos Aires, Argentina Membership 22.930 (2012)[1] Ideology Communism, Marxism–Leninism International affiliation Foro de São Paulo, International Meeting of Communist and Workers' Parties Colors Red

Alliance for Work, Justice and Education Alianza para el Trabajo, la Justicia y la Educación Leader 	Fernando De la Rua  Founded 	1997 Dissolved 	2001 Ideology 	Radicalism Social liberalism Social democracy Reformism Colours 	Light blue

Alliance for Work, Justice and Education Alianza para el Trabajo, la Justicia y la Educación Leader Fernando De la Rua Founded 1997 Dissolved 2001 Ideology Radicalism Social liberalism Social democracy Reformism Colours Light blue

Front for a Country in Solidarity  Frente por un País Solidario Leader 	Carlos Álvarez Founded 	1994 Dissolved 	2001 Merged into 	Socialist Party Radical Civic Union Justicialist Party Other minor parties Headquarters 	Buenos Aires, Argentina Ideology 	Big tent, Peronism, Radicalism, Social democracy, Christian democracy, Humanism National affiliation 	The Alliance Colours 	Blue, red and yellow

Front for a Country in Solidarity Frente por un País Solidario Leader Carlos Álvarez Founded 1994 Dissolved 2001 Merged into Socialist Party Radical Civic Union Justicialist Party Other minor parties Headquarters Buenos Aires, Argentina Ideology Big tent, Peronism, Radicalism, Social democracy, Christian democracy, Humanism National affiliation The Alliance Colours Blue, red and yellow

"Partido Socialista". Leader 	Hermes Binner Founded 	28 June 1896 Headquarters 	Buenos Aires, Argentina Membership  (2012) 	124,934 (4th)[1] Ideology 	Social democracy Democratic socialism Political position 	Centre-left National affiliation 	Broad Front UNEN International affiliation 	Progressive Alliance, Socialist International Colors 	Red Seats in the Chamber of Deputies 	 7 / 257 Seats in the Senate 	 1 / 72 Province Governors 	 1 / 24

"Partido Socialista". Leader Hermes Binner Founded 28 June 1896 Headquarters Buenos Aires, Argentina Membership (2012) 124,934 (4th)[1] Ideology Social democracy Democratic socialism Political position Centre-left National affiliation Broad Front UNEN International affiliation Progressive Alliance, Socialist International Colors Red Seats in the Chamber of Deputies 7 / 257 Seats in the Senate 1 / 72 Province Governors 1 / 24

Logo del Frente para la Victoria  Leader 	Cristina Fernández Founded 	2003; 12 years ago Headquarters 	Riobamba 460 2º A, Buenos Aires,  Argentina Youth wing 	The Campora Membership  (2012) 	153,000 Ideology 	Kirchnerism Political position 	Centre-left[1][2] Colours 	     Light blue Seats in the Chamber of Deputies 	 115 / 257 Seats in the Senate 	 32 / 72

Logo del Frente para la Victoria Leader Cristina Fernández Founded 2003; 12 years ago Headquarters Riobamba 460 2º A, Buenos Aires, Argentina Youth wing The Campora Membership (2012) 153,000 Ideology Kirchnerism Political position Centre-left[1][2] Colours Light blue Seats in the Chamber of Deputies 115 / 257 Seats in the Senate 32 / 72

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