The Social Democratic Party (Shakai Minshu To), Mizuho Fukushima Established in 1955 as the Japan Socialist Party.
What does JSP stand for?
JSP stands for Japan Socialist Party
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We have 96 other meanings of JSP in our Acronym Attic
- Joint Special Operations Task Force Commander
- Journal for the Study of the Old Testament Supplement
- Jain Samaj of USA
- Joint Special Operations University
- Joint Standoff Weapon
- Junior Sailor of the Year
- Jack Straw Productions (Seattle, WA)
- Jacketed Soft Point (bullet)
- Jackson Structured Programming (COBOL programming method)
- Jamboree Shoulder Patch (BSA)
- Japan Studies Program
- Japan-Singapore Petrochemicals
- Japanese Smile Party
- Japanese Society of Parasitology (est. 1929)
- Japanese Society of Pathology (est. 1911)
- Japanese Society of Periodontology
- Japanese Society of Phycology (est. 1952)
- Japanese Society of Psychopathology
- Japanese Surrendered Personnel (British government term for Japanese troops who surrendered after WWII)
- Jatiya Sramik Party (Bangladeshi Trade Union Organization)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Formerly, the LDP and the Japan Socialist Party (JSP) disguised their ideological confrontation, at least publicly, while making deals under the table after behind-the-scenes negotiations.
Trailing the LIMP in seats won were the Japan Socialist Party (120).
The old Japan Socialist Party has all but disappeared; once unified conservative parliamentarians have been fragmented into several separate parties.
In the first essay, dated August 1963, Oe reports on the political bickering of the various groups espousing an antinuclear stance - the Japan Communist Party, the Japan Socialist Party, the General Council of Trade Unions of Japan, et alia - that brings the efforts for a united Ninth World Conference Against Atomic and Hydrogen Bombs to a virtual standstill and that, by ignoring the voices of the surviving victims and their real situation, makes a mockery of their nightmarish physical and psychological ordeals past and present.
The party's English name was changed from the Japan Socialist Party to the Social Democratic Party of Japan in 1991.
Murayama chaired the now-defunct Japan Socialist Party, which had been traditionally more critical of Japan's militarist history than the LDP.