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In order the join League fully, members must have a functioning Socialist Mixed, or Planned Economy, and be identifiable as a Socialist State, that puts emphasis on Human Rights, Democracy and Civil Liberties. In addition to being a full member, non-socialist states, that are interested, many declare themselves as such, or join as an associate member.
The League holds an annual conference, alongside meetings scheduled for particular reasons. The last conference, LDSS 2013, was held in Lutz, Zubrowka's capital, in August 2013 which focused primarily on the Eurozone Crisis, aswell as the worldwide recession.
|People's Republic of Great Britain||Full||1985|
|Collectivist Republic of Japan||Full||1981|
|Wesltandic People's Republic (founder)||Full||1979|
|Socialist Republic of Vietnam||Observer*||1983|
|People's Republic of Zubrowka (founder)||Full||1979|
- Vietnam has had the intention of becoming a full member of the league, however other members have opposed this due to their lack of free and fair elections and human rights violations.