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National Party

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Scottish National Party

The Scottish National Party is a Scottish nationalist, social-democratic political party in Scotland. The SNP supports and campaigns for Scottish independence within the European Union. It is the third-largest political party by membership in the United Kingdom, behind the Labour Party and the Conservative Party; it is the third-largest by overall representation in the House of Commons, behind the Conservative Party and the Labour Party; and it is the largest political party in Scotland, where it has the most seats in the Scottish Parliament and 47 out of the 59 Scottish seats in the House ...

African National Party

The African National Party was a political party in Chad. PNA was founded on January 30, 1960, through the merger of remnants of four parties based in the Muslim-dominated northern Chad; African Socialist Movement, Chadian Social Action, Independent Democratic Union of Chad and Grouping of Rural and Independent Chadians. Initially, PNA held 25 seats in the National Assembly, but the party suffered from defections to the Chadian Progressive Party, first the number of MPs went down to 17 and then to ten. In April 1961, PNA merged with the Chadian Progressive Party at a Unity Congress in Abec ...

British National Party

The British National Party is a far-right, fascist political party in the United Kingdom. It is headquartered in Wigton, Cumbria, and its current leader is Adam Walker. A minor party, it has no elected representatives at any level of UK government. Founded in 1982, the party reached its greatest level of success in the 2000s, when it had over fifty seats in local government, one seat on the London Assembly, and two Members of the European Parliament. Taking its name from that of a defunct 1960s far-right party, the BNP was created by John Tyndall and other former members of the fascist Nat ...

First Peoples National Party of Canada

The First Peoples National Party of Canada was a registered federal political party in Canada. It intends to advance the lives of the Aboriginal peoples in Canada getting involved in the federal electoral process, engage the public on Indigenous issues, and calling upon the grassroots to get involved by nominating candidates for election in electoral districts with large Aboriginal populations. The party ran candidates in 3 federal elections between 2006 and 2011. The party was voluntarily deregistered by Elections Canada on July 5, 2013, with then-leader Will Morin asserting that the part ...

National Coalition Party (El Salvador)

The National Coalition Party is a nationalist political party in El Salvador. Until 2011 it was known as the National Conciliation Party. It was the most powerful political party in the country during the 1960s and 1970s, and was closely associated with the Salvadoran military. Julio Adalberto Rivera Carballo, a candidate of the National Conciliation Party, was elected president in 1962, and the next three presidents were also from the party. After the 1979 coup the party declined in influence but continued to exist.

National United Party (Vanuatu)

The Vanuatu National United Party is a political party in Vanuatu. It was founded by Vanuatus independence leader Walter Lini when he broke away from the Vanuaaku Pati. It is a social democratic party which traditionally received most of its support from English speakers. In 1991, Walter Lini who had served as prime minister of Vanuatu for 12 years as a member of the Vanuaaku Pati and lost his position after a split in the Vanuaaku Pati, joined the National United Party, soon becoming its leader. Following Walters death in 1999, his brother Ham Lini became party leader. The party became on ...

National United Party (Armenia)

The National United Party was an Armenian underground political party in the Soviet Union. It operated from 1966 until 1987, when it was renamed Union for National Self-Determination, which became the first democratic party in the USSR.

National Party (Uruguay)

It was formed on 10 August 1836. Together with the liberal Colorado Party, it is one of the two traditional groupings dating back to the nineteenth century. Manuel Oribe was its founder. In the civil war of 1864–65 it was ousted by the Colorados who were in power until 1958. In 1872 the party changed its name from White Party Spanish: Partido Blanco to National Party. During the mid-20th century a very peculiar phenomenon occurred: a splinter group known as Independent National Party was active between 1931 and 1959 but, although they were de facto a separate party, they permanently insist ...

National Party (Czech Republic)

The National Party was a far-right nationalist political party in the Czech Republic. Petra Edelmannova was the last leader of the party.

Awami National Party

The Awami National Party is a secular and leftist Pashtun nationalist political party in Pakistan. The party was founded by Abdul Wali Khan in 1986 and its current president is Asfandyar Wali Khan, grandson of Bacha Khan, with Mian Iftikhar Hussain serving as the Secretary-General. Part of the PPP-led cabinet of the Pakistani government during 2008−13, the ANPs political position is considered left wing, advocating for secularism, democratic socialism, public sector government, and economic egalitarianism. ANP was the largest Pashtun nationalist party in Pakistan between 2008−2013 with inf ...