Left-wing Ba'ath was the colloquial name for the Syrian-allied branch of the Arab Socialist Ba'ath Party in Iraq, which existed during the rule of Saddam Hussein as an outlawed opposition party, and continues in post-Ba'athist Iraq as an obscure leftist party. Since the outlaw of Saddam's Ba'ath Party and the legalisation of opposition parties after the 2003 US-led invasion, the Left-wing Ba'ath is now the only existing Iraqi Regional Branch of the Ba'ath Party. It currently holds one seat in the Iraqi legislature.

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