| Ismael Garcia|
| For Social Democracy|
| Julio Borges, Richard Mardo, Henri Falcon, Maria Corina Machado, Henrique Capriles Radonski|
Ismael García (born in 1954) is a Venezuelan politician. He was the leader of For Social Democracy, a socialist party which won the second most seats in the National Assembly of Venezuela in the 2005 election.
Although the party formerly supported the program of President Hugo Chávez, it broke decisively with the ruling party over the 2007 constitutional referendum, and García has since been criticized heavily by Chavez. In 2012, following a decision by the Supreme Court to give leadership to Didalco Bolívar, Garcia left the party and founded the "Advanced Progressives" with Henri Falcón. However, in 2014, Garcia left that party to become a member of Primero Justicia.
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