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Movement for Social Justice (MSJ)
The Movement for Social Justice (MSJ) is a political party in Trinidad and Tobago. Its logo is the Scales of Justice. Its current leader is David Abdulah, a former government senator and general secretary of the Oilfields Workers' Trade Union.

The MSJ party contested a national election under the People's Partnershipalliance, for the 2010 general elections, but has since parted ways.

In October 2012 the MSJ launched a think-tank called the Foundation for Social Justice, which aims to promote ideals of social justice, equity and participatory democracy through seminars, research, publication, advocacy and campaigns.

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Leader David ABDULAH
Founded 1994
Party Colours Blue
Party Symbol Scales of Justice
House of Representatives seats 0/41
Status Active
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