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Azerbaijan Liberal Party

The Azerbaijan Liberal Party is a liberal political party in Azerbaijan. It was founded on 3 June 1995 by the former Secretary of State of Azerbaijan Lala Shevket on the Constituent Conference held in the town of Barda in the unoccupied part of Q ...

                                               

Liberal Party of Andorra

The Liberal Party of Andorra is a conservative-liberal political party in Andorra. It is a member of the Liberal International and the Alliance of Liberals and Democrats for Europe.

                                               

Liberal Party (Brazil)

The Liberal Party was a conservative political party of Brazil, merged in the Party of the Republic. The Pentecostal Universal Church of the Kingdom of God heavily influenced the party after 1999. In the 2002 election, Jose Alencar of the PL was ...

                                               

Liberal Party of Honduras

The Liberal Party of Honduras is a centre-left liberal political party in Honduras that was founded in 1891. The party is a member of the Liberal International. The PLH is identified with the color red and white, as the flag Francisco Morazan use ...

                                               

Quebec Liberal Party

The Quebec Liberal Party is a federalist provincial political party in Quebec, Canada. It has been independent of the federal Liberal Party of Canada since 1955. The party has traditionally supported a form of Quebec federalism that supports Queb ...

                                               

Liberal Party of Cuba

The Autonomist Liberal Party, founded in 1878 and renamed to the simplified Liberal Party in 1898, was one of the major political parties in Cuba from 1910 until the Cuban Revolution in the late 1950s, when it was exiled.

                                               

Liberal Party of Macedonia

The Liberal Party of Macedonia is a conservative-liberal political party in North Macedonia. The party was a member of the Alliance of Liberals and Democrats for Europe Party but is no longer a member. It is currently led by Ivon Velickovski.

                                               

Liberal Party of Ukraine

The Liberal Party of Ukraine is a modern Ukrainian political party. It was founded on September 12, 1991 in Donetsk. The official date of registration is 10.10.1991, the Ministry of Justice of Ukraine certificate number is 132. Main liberal princ ...

                                               

Liberal Party of Sweden

The Liberal Party of Sweden was a political party in Sweden. It was formed in 1923 by the anti-prohibition minority of the Free-minded National Association as a consequence of the split over the issue on alcohol prohibition. In 1934 the two parti ...

                                               

Liberal Party (Japan, 1881)

The Jiyūtō is the name of several liberal political parties in the history of Japan, two of which existed in the Empire of Japan prior to 1945.

                                               

Mexican Liberal Party

The Mexican Liberal Party was started in August 1900 when Ingeniero Camilo Arriaga published a manifesto entitled Invitacion al Partido Liberal. The invitation was addressed to Mexican liberals who were dissatisfied with the way the Porfirio Diaz ...

                                               

People's Liberal Party

One of the four factions to emerge from the old Liberal Party, the party was established by Stefan Stambolov in 1886 as the Bulgaria for itself organisation, before becoming the NLP the following year. It was the ruling party until Stambolov was ...

                                               

National Liberal Party (Germany)

The National Liberal Party was a liberal party of the North German Confederation and the German Empire which flourished between 1867 and 1918. During the Prussian-led unification of Germany, the National Liberals became the dominant party in the ...

                                               

National Liberal Party (Lebanon)

The National Liberal Party is a center-right political party in Lebanon, established by President Camille Chamoun in 1958. It is now under the leadership of Dory Chamoun, his son.

                                               

National Liberal Party (Moldova)

The National Liberal Party is a political party in the Republic of Moldova. It was founded in 1993 but temporarily disappeared through political amalgamation in 2000 before being refounded in 2006. It is not officially recognized by of the Nation ...

                                               

Independent Liberal Party (Nicaragua)

The Independent Liberal Party is a Nicaraguan political party, which separated from Somozas Nationalist Liberal Party in 1944 and took part in the probably fraudulent election of 1947, won by Somozas favored candidate. The PLI participated in the ...

                                               

Progressive Liberal Party

The Progressive Liberal Party is a populist and social liberal party in the Bahamas. The PLP lies on the centre-left of the political spectrum. Philip "Brave" Davis is the leader of the party after Perry Christie lost his bid for re-election as a ...

                                               

Progressive Liberal Party (Bulgaria)

The party was established by Dragan Tsankov as a splinter from the Liberal Party, and was pro-Russian in its orientation. In the 1894 elections it won eight of the 167 seats, a total it maintained in the 1899 elections. In the 1901 elections the ...

                                               

Social Liberal Party (Moldova)

The Social Liberal Party was a liberal political party in Moldova, led by Oleg Serebrian. At the legislative elections, 6 March 2005, the party was part of the Electoral Bloc Democratic Moldova, that won 28.4% of the popular vote and 34 out of 10 ...

                                               

Christian Liberal Party

The Christian Liberal Party is a political party in South Korea established on March 3, 2016. The party had one representative in the 19th National Assembly, Lee Yun-seok, formerly a member of the Minjoo Party of Korea. Announcing his defection t ...

                                               

People's Party

Peoples Party, Peoples Party or Popular Party may refer to one of the following political parties. Translations into English of the names of the various countries parties are not always consistent, but Peoples Party is the most common.

                                               

People's Monarchist Party (Portugal)

The Peoples Monarchist Party is a political party in Portugal. It was founded in 1974 by various groups opposing the Estado Novo, in the context of the Carnation Revolution. Currently it is a small monarchist party with little political support. ...

                                               

People's National Party (Russia)

The Peoples National Party is a minor far right political party in Russia. Its leader is Aleksandr Ivanov-Sukharevsky, who founded the party in 1994 with, it has been alleged, the aid of two veterans of the Black Hundreds Vladimir Osipov and Vyac ...

                                               

People's Radical Party

The Peoples Radical Party was a political party in the Kingdom of Serbia and Kingdom of Serbs, Croats and Slovenes formed on 8 January 1881. The party was abolished after the establishment of the Socialist Federative Republic of Yugoslavia in 194 ...

                                               

Euphonium

The euphonium is a medium-sized, 3 or 4-valve, often compensating, conical-bore, tenor-voiced brass instrument that derives its name from the Ancient Greek word εὔφωνος euphōnos, meaning "well-sounding" or "sweet-voiced". The euphonium is a valve ...

                                               

Sheng (instrument)

The sheng is a Chinese mouth-blown free reed instrument consisting of vertical pipes. It is a polyphonic instrument and enjoys an increasing popularity as a solo instrument. It is one of the oldest Chinese instruments, with images depicting its k ...

                                               

All People's Party (Namibia)

The All Peoples Party is a political party in Namibia. Registered with the Electoral Commission of Namibia in January 2008, the party was initially made up primarily of former members of the Congress of Democrats and SWAPO political parties. Amon ...

                                               

Slovak People's Party

Hlinkas Slovak Peoples Party, also known as the Slovak Peoples Party or the Hlinka Party, was a far-right clerofascist political party with a strong Catholic fundamentalist and authoritarian ideology. Its members were often called Ľudaks. The par ...

                                               

Danish People's Party

The Danish Peoples Party is a political party in Denmark that is generally described as right-wing populist by academics and far-right by international media. It has also been described in academia and the media as a nativist and anti-immigrant p ...

                                               

Evangelical People's Party (Netherlands)

The Evangelical Peoples Party was a minor progressive Protestant political party in the Netherlands. It is one of the predecessor parties of the modern-day GreenLeft.

                                               

European People's Party

The European Peoples Party is a European political party with conservative and liberal-conservative member parties. A transnational organisation, it is composed of other political parties, not individuals. Founded by primarily Christian democrati ...

                                               

European People's Party group

The European Peoples Party group is a centre-right political group of the European Parliament consisting of deputies from the member parties of the European Peoples Party. It sometimes includes independent MEPs and/or deputies from unaffiliated n ...

                                               

European People's Party of Moldova

The European People’s Party of Moldova is a centre-right political party in Moldova. The party is led by Iurie Leanca, who was Prime Minister of Moldova from 2013 to 2015. For the duration of this premiership, Leanca was a member of the Liberal D ...

                                               

Communist People's Party of Kazakhstan

The Communist Peoples Party of Kazakhstan, Qazaqstan kommynıstik halyq partııa ; Russian: Коммунистическая народная партия Казахстана, Kommunisticheskaya narodnaya partiya Kazakhstana) is a political party in Kazakhstan. Secretaries of the Centra ...

                                               

Internationalist Communist Party

The Internationalist Communist Party was a Trotskyist political party in France. It was the name taken by the French Section of the Fourth International from its foundation until a name change in the late 1960s. The party was founded in March 194 ...

                                               

Mongolian People's Party

The Mongolian Peoples Party is the oldest political party in Mongolia. The partys ideology consists of social democracy and was previously Marxist–Leninist when founded in 1920, when it played an important role in the Mongolian Revolution of 1921 ...

                                               

People's National Party

The Peoples National Party is a social-democratic political party in Jamaica, founded in 1938 by activist Osmond Theodore Fairclough. It holds 30 of the 63 seats in the House of Representatives, as well as a majority of local government bodies, w ...

                                               

Bhutan Peoples' Party

The Bhutan Peoples Party is a democratic socialist party, currently working in exile in Nepal. Founded on June 02, 1990 in West Bengal, it was the pioneer political party in Bhutan. The Bhutan Peoples Party was founded to represent the Bhutanese ...

                                               

People's Party (Spain)

The Peoples Party ; known mostly by its acronym, PP) is a conservative, liberal-conservative, and Christian-democratic political party in Spain. The Peoples Party was a 1989 re-foundation of Peoples Alliance AP, a party led by former minister of ...

                                               

People's Party (Latvia)

The Peoples Party was a conservative political party in Latvia. The Peoples Party was the leader of three governments and a member of another four.

                                               

People's Party (Ukraine)

The Peoples Party is a political party in Ukraine. It was previously named as the Agrarian Party of Ukraine. The party is led by Volodymyr Lytvyn. In September 2011 he claimed that his party was only surpassed in membership by the Party of Region ...

                                               

Tudeh Party of Iran

The Tudeh Party of Iran is an Iranian communist party. Formed in 1941, with Soleiman Mohsen Eskandari as its head, it had considerable influence in its early years and played an important role during Mohammad Mosaddeghs campaign to nationalize th ...

                                               

Cambodian People's Party

The Cambodian Peoples Party has been the ruling political party of Cambodia since 1979. Founded in 1951, it was originally known as the Kampuchean Peoples Revolutionary Party. After toppling the Khmer Rouge regime with the Vietnamese-backed liber ...

                                               

People's National Party (Ghana)

The Peoples National Party was the ruling party in Ghana during the Third Republic. All political parties in Ghana were disbanded following the January 1972 military coup led by Col. Ignatius Kutu Acheampong. When political activities resumed in ...

                                               

German People's Party

The German Peoples Party was a national liberal party in Weimar Germany and a successor to the National Liberal Party of the German Empire. A right-wing liberal or conservative-liberal party, its most famous member was Chancellor and Foreign Mini ...

                                               

Palestinian People's Party

The Palestinian Peoples Party, founded in 1982 as the Palestinian Communist Party, is a socialist political party in Palestine and among the Palestinian diaspora.

                                               

People First Party (Taiwan)

The PFP was founded by James Soong and his supporters after his failed independent bid for the presidency in 2000. Soong himself is the chairman, and dominates much of its politics. The name of the party, Qīnmin, has Confucian connotations. The o ...

                                               

CDS – People's Party

The CDS – Peoples Party is a conservative, Christian democratic, and national-conservative political party in Portugal. In voting ballots the partys name appears only as Peoples Party, with the acronym CDS-PP unchanged. The party was founded on 1 ...

                                               

Ukrainian People's Party

The Ukrainian Peoples Party is a political party in Ukraine, registered on Old Years Day 1999 as Ukrainian National Movement.

                                               

Christian Democratic Party (Norway)

The Christian Democratic Party, is a Christian-democratic political party in Norway founded in 1933. The Norwegian name literally translates to Christian Peoples Party, shortened KrF. The name may also be translated as "The Peoples Christian Part ...

                                               

KDU-ČSL

KDU-ČSL, often shortened to lidovci is a Christian-democratic political party in the Czech Republic. The party has taken part in almost every Czech Government since 1990 and have participated in both left-wing and right-wing coalition governments ...

                                               

Christian Social People's Party

The Christian Social Peoples Party, abbreviated to CSV or PCS, is the largest political party in Luxembourg. The party follows a Christian-democratic ideology and, like most parties in Luxembourg, is strongly pro-European. The CSV is a member of ...

                                               

Swedish People's Party of Finland

The Swedish Peoples Party of Finland ; Finnish: Suomen ruotsalainen kansanpuolue) is a liberal-centrist political party in Finland aiming to represent the interests of the minority Swedish-speaking population of Finland. An ethnic catch-all party ...

                                               

Austrian People's Party

The Austrian Peoples Party is a conservative and Christian-democratic political party in Austria. A successor to the Christian Social Party of the late 19th and early 20th centuries, it was founded immediately following the reestablishment of the ...

                                               

Bavarian People's Party

The Bavarian Peoples Party was the Bavarian branch of the Centre Party, a lay Roman Catholic party, which broke off from the rest of the party in 1918 to pursue a more conservative and more Bavarian particularist course. The party displayed monar ...

                                               

VMRO - People's Party

VMRO – Peoples Party is a conservative political party in North Macedonia, formed by the followers of the former Prime Minister Ljubco Georgievski who split from the VMRO–DPMNE. The VMRO–NP was founded in Skopje on 4 July 2004. Vesna Janevska was ...

                                               

All People's Party (Bhutan)

The All Peoples Party is a former political party in Bhutan. Its leader was former Prime Minister Jigme Y. Thinley. On July 25, 2007, the relatively strong APP merged with the failing Bhutan Peoples Unity Party, led by former lyonpo assemblyman Y ...

                                               

Evangelical People's Party of Switzerland

The Evangelical Peoples Party of Switzerland is a Protestant Christian-democratic political party in Switzerland, active mainly in the Cantons of Bern, Basel-Land, Basel-Stadt, Aargau and Zurich. "Evangelical" translates as evangelisch, the Germa ...

                                               

Italian People's Party

There have been two Peoples Parties in Italy: Italian Peoples Party 1994, the legal successor party of Christian Democracy, 1994-2002 Italian Peoples Party 1919, precursor of Christian Democracy, 1919-1926

                                               

Italian People's Party (1919)

The Italian Peoples Party, also translated as Italian Popular Party, was a Christian-democratic political party in Italy inspired by Catholic social teaching. It was active in the 1920s, but fell apart because it was deeply deep split between the ...

                                               

Italian People's Party (1994)

The Italian Peoples Party was a Christian-democratic, centrist, Christian-leftist political party in Italy. The party was a member of the European Peoples Party. The PPI was the formal successor of the Christian Democracy DC, but was soon deprive ...

                                               

Catholic People's Party

The Catholic Peoples Party was a Catholic Christian democratic political party in the Netherlands. The party was founded in 1945 as a continuation of the Roman Catholic State Party, which was a continuation of the General League of Roman Catholic ...

                                               

Masurian People's Party

Masurian Peoples Party was a pro-Polish agrarian political party active in Masuria between 1896 and 1914. The party was formed in 1896 but due to repression by the German police and local Prussian authorities it did not adopt an official program ...

                                               

Dhivehi Rayyithunge Party

The Dhivehi Rayyithunge Party is a political party of the Maldives. On 2 June 2005, the nation’s 50-member parliament voted unanimously to allow and operate political parties in Maldives. DRP subsequently submitted its registration on 21 July 200 ...

                                               

Internationalist Workers Party

The Internationalist Workers Party was a French Trotskyist party established in 1936 after the exclusion of militant Trotskyists from the French Section of the Workers International in 1935 and dissolved in 1939 when most of the militants had rej ...

                                               

Palang Pracharath Party

Palang Pracharath Party, also spelled Palang Pracharat is a Thai political party with ties to the National Council for Peace and Order, the military junta that ruled the country after the 2014 coup. It was established in 2018 by Chuan Chuchan and ...

                                               

People's United Party

The Peoples United Party is one of two major political parties in Belize. It is currently the main opposition party with 12 of 31 seats in the House of Representatives. It is a centre-left Christian democratic party. The party leader is Johnny Br ...

                                               

People's Party (Bulgaria)

The party was established in 1894 by Konstantin Stoilov, winning the elections that year. The party went on to win the 1896 elections, but were reduced to just two seats in the 1899 elections. The NP recovered, claiming 29 seats in 1901 and 28 se ...

                                               

People's Party (United States, 1971)

The Peoples Party was a political party in the United States, founded in 1971 by various individuals and state and local political parties, including the Peace and Freedom Party, Commongood Peoples Party, Country Peoples Caucus, Human Rights Part ...

                                               

People's Party (Faroe Islands)

The Faroese Peoples Party – Radical Self-Government is a pro-Faroese independence conservative and conservative-liberal political party on the Faroe Islands, led by Jorgen Niclasen. One of the four major parties, it has had eight seats in the Log ...

                                               

People's Party of Abkhazia

The People’s Party of Abkhazia is an oppositional political party in Abkhazia led by Iakub Lakoba. Its founding congress was held on 20 March 1992, and it claims to be the oldest political party in Abkhazia. At its fourth congress on 22 September ...

                                               

People's Party of Armenia

At the 2003 Armenian parliamentary election, the party won 1.1% of the popular vote however they did not receive any seats in the National Assembly. Its Presidential Candidate, Stepan Demirchyan, won 27.4% of the popular vote in the first voting ...

                                               

Aruban People's Party

The Aruban Peoples Party is a Christian democratic political party in Aruba founded in 1942. AVP is an acronym for the Dutch name of the party. At the 2001 elections, on 28 September 2001, the party won 26.7% of popular votes or 6 out of 21 seats ...

                                               

People's Party of Catalonia

The Peoples Party of Catalonia is a conservative, Christian-democratic political party in Catalonia. It is the Catalan affiliate of the Spanish Peoples Party.

                                               

Niue People's Party

The Niue Peoples Party was a political party in Niue. Founded in 1987, it was disbanded in 2003. It was, during that time, the countrys only political party. During the legislative elections held on 21 April 2002, the party won six seats and supp ...

                                               

People's Party of Panama

Not to be confused with the Peoples Party of the same country. Peoples Party of Panama is a communist party in Panama. It was founded on 4 April 1930 as the Communist Party of Panama, after Panamian communists broke away from the Labour Party. Ea ...

                                               

People's Party of South Ossetia

The Peoples Party of South Ossetia is a social liberal political party in South Ossetia, a partially recognized Caucasian republic, considered by most countries to be a part of Georgia. In the 2009 elections, the party hold 9 of the 34 seats in t ...

                                               

People's Party of the Russian Federation

The Peoples Party of the Russian Federation was a centrist political party in Russia. The leader of the party was Gennady Raikov. At the 2003 parliamentary election which saw the election of the fourth convocation of the State Duma, the party had ...

                                               

Sierra Leone People's Party

The Sierra Leone Peoples Party is one of the two major political parties in Sierra Leone, along with the All Peoples Congress. It is the current ruling party in Sierra Leone since April 4, 2018. The SLPP dominated Sierra Leones politics from its ...

                                               

Estonian People's Party

The party was established in March 1919 by a merger of the Estonian Democratic Party and the Estonian Radical Democratic Party. Some right-wing members of the Democratic Party opposed merging with the Radical Democrats and broke away to form the ...

                                               

People's Party for Freedom and Democracy

The Peoples Party for Freedom and Democracy kspɑrtɛi voːr vrɛiɦɛit ɛn deːmoːkraːˈtsi") is a conservative-liberal political party in the Netherlands. The VVD, whose forerunner was the Freedom Party, supports private enterprise and economic liberal ...

                                               

Convention People's Party

The Convention Peoples Party is a socialist political party in Ghana based on the ideas of the first President of Ghana, Kwame Nkrumah.

                                               

People's Party for Reconstruction and Democracy

The Peoples Party for Reconstruction and Democracy is a political party in the Democratic Republic of the Congo. It is the political structure established by the former president of the country, Joseph Kabila. In the 2006 general election the PPR ...

                                               

People's Party – Dan Diaconescu

The Peoples Party – Dan Diaconescu was a populist political party in Romania created in 2011 by television presenter Dan Diaconescu. In June 2015 it merged into the National Union for the Progress of Romania after Diaconescu was convicted of exto ...

                                               

People's Party – Movement for a Democratic Slovakia

The Peoples Party – Movement for a Democratic Slovakia was a populist political party in Slovakia. The party was dissolved after it failed to secure any seats in the National Council in the 2012 elections, having lost them in the 2010 election. T ...

                                               

Kotleba – People's Party Our Slovakia

The Peoples Party – Our Slovakia, formerly known as Kotleba – Peoples Party Our Slovakia, and since November 2019 officially known as Kotlebists – Peoples Party Our Slovakia, is a far-right neo-Nazi political party in Slovakia. The party derives ...

                                               

People's Progressive Party (Vanuatu)

The Peoples Progressive Party is a reformist political party in Vanuatu. At the 6 July 2004 legislative elections, the party won 3 out of 52 seats. The following election saw its seat count increased to 4. Its leader, Sato Kilman served as Deputy ...

                                               

People's Progressive Party (Guyana)

The Peoples Progressive Party/Civic is a left-wing political party in Guyana. The party currently holds 32 of the 65 seats in the National Assembly, and has been the ruling party on several occasions, most recently between 1992 and 2015. In Guyan ...

                                               

National People's Party (Indonesia)

The National Peoples Party was a nationalist political party in Indonesia. The party was initially called Indonesian National Party - Merdeka, and was formed on 23 July 1950 after a split within the Indonesian National Party. The divisions with t ...

                                               

German People's Party (1868)

The German Peoples Party was a German liberal party created in 1868 by the wing of the German Progress Party which during the conflict about whether the unification of Germany should be led by the Kingdom of Prussia or Austria-Hungary supported A ...

                                               

German National People's Party

The German National Peoples Party was a national-conservative party in Germany during the time of the Weimar Republic. Before the rise of the Nazi Party, it was the major conservative and nationalist party in Weimar Germany. It was an alliance of ...

                                               

New People's Party of Korea

The New Peoples Party of Korea was a communist party in Korea. It was formed on 16 February 1946 by Korean Communists who had been exiled in China, later known as the Yanan faction. The New Peoples Party had more moderate positions in some issues ...

                                               

Bhutan People's Unity Party

The Bhutan Peoples Unity Party, also called Druk Peoples Unity Party, is a former Bhutanese political party. It was founded by regional and national cadres serving in Bhutans pre-democratic government. Led by former minister Yeshey Zimba, BPUP th ...

                                               

Pakistan Peoples Party

The Pakistan Peoples Party is a centre-left, social-democratic political party of Pakistan. Affiliated with the Socialist International, the PPP promotes in her own view social justice and a strong national defence. Since its foundation in 1967, ...

                                               

Polish People's Party (Czechoslovakia)

Polish Peoples Party was a political party in Czechoslovakia founded in autumn 1922, based amongst Polish middle-class Protestants. The chairman of the party was doctor Jan Buzek. Other prominent party activists were pastor Jozef Berger and journ ...

                                               

Progressive People's Party (Germany)

It was formed on 6 March 1910 as a merger of Free-minded Peoples Party, Free-minded Union and German Peoples Party in order to unify various fragmented liberal groups represented in parliament. Already during the 1907 federal election, the two Fr ...

                                               

Republican People's Party (Turkey)

The Republican Peoples Party is a Kemalist, social-democratic political party in Turkey. It is the oldest political party in the country, and is currently the main opposition in the Grand National Assembly. The CHP describes itself as "a modern s ...

                                               

Russian National Party

The Russian National Party or Russian Peoples Party, founded in 1900, was a political party created by Western Ukrainian Russophiles in the Austro-Hungarian Kingdom of Galicia and Lodomeria to represent their interests. It represented radicalizat ...

                                               

Thai Nation Party

Thai Nation Party, or Chart Thai Party was a conservative political party in Thailand. It was dissolved by the Constitutional Court of Thailand on December 2, 2008, along with the Peoples Power Party and the Neutral Democratic Party, for having v ...

                                               

French Popular Party

The Parti Populaire Français was a French fascist and anti-semitic political party led by Jacques Doriot before and during World War II. It is generally regarded as the most collaborationist party of France.

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