Electoral Alternative for Labour and Social Justice

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Arbeit & soziale Gerechtigkeit – Die Wahlalternative
Leader Klaus Ernst, Thomas Händel, Christine Buchholz, Axel Troost
Founded 22 January 2005
Headquarters Königswarter Straße 16
D-90762 Fürth
Ideology Democratic Socialism
International affiliation none
European affiliation none
European Parliament group none
Colours Orange
Politics of Germany
Political parties

Labour and Social Justice – The Electoral Alternative (German: Arbeit und soziale Gerechtigkeit – Die Wahlalternative or WASG) was a German political party founded in 2005 by people who did not like the Social Democratic-Green government.

On June 16, 2007 it merged with The Left Party.PDS to form the a party The Left (Die Linke) party. At the time of its merger with The Left Party.PDS about 11,600 people were members.