SPA struggles for freedom, independence, democracy and social justice. The Party considers Afghanistan an occupied country, ruled by a puppet regime. SPA is one of the few political forces in the country which is national and multi-ethnic.
The Party is mostly known for its protests around Afghanistan and its uncompromising and outspoken politics. These activities have led to frequent arrest and humiliation of party supporters at the hands of the security forces.
In June 2012, SPA was banned, but later on, due to pressure from Afghan citizens and support of international freedom-loving organizations and figures, the Afghan government reversed its anti-democratic decision.
Despite this hostile political environment, SPA is growing rapidly, especially among the young, many of whom see the party as a vehicle to arrive at a prosperous and free Afghanistan. Hambastagi Ghag (Voice of Solidarity) is the official monthly gazette of the party, published in Persian and Pashto.
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