Results for other smaller parties were: the Partido da Republica (PR), 274 mayors elected; Partido Verde (PV), 97; Partido Social Cristao (PSC), 83; Partido da Mobilizacao Nacional (PMN), 42; Partido Trabalhista do Brasil (PT do B), 26; Partido Republicano Progressista (PRP), 24; Partido Social Liberal (PSL), 23; Partido Trabalhista Cristao (PTC), 19; Partido Humanista da Solidariedade (PHS), 17; Partido Renovador Trabalhista Brasileiro (PRTB), 16; Partido Patria Livre (PPL), 12; Partido Trabalhista Nacional (PTN), 12; Partido Social Democrata Cristao (PSDC), 9.
What does PSD stand for?
PSD stands for Partido Social Democrata (Portuguese: Social Democratic Party)
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Samples in periodicals archive:
From the Partido Social Democrata (PSD), Deputy Juan Ramon Medrano said, "I hope they get more deeply into the social measures announced by President Flores; that would give them a better image among the people.
From 1975 until 1991, Sao Tome and Principe was ruled by President Manuel Pinto da Costa and his Marxist Movimento de Libertacao de Sao Tome e Principe - Partido Social Democrata (MLSTP-PSD).
Jose Roberto Arruda, of the Partido Social Democrata Brasileiro (PSDB), who resigned the week before.