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People's Movement Party

The PMP was created as a political foundation in March 2013 by supporters of then president Traian Basescu, following his break with the leadership of the Democratic Liberal Party PDL around former Senate speaker Vasile Blaga. It was transformed ...

Cook Islands Party

The Cook Islands Party is a nationalist political party in the Cook Islands. It was the first political party founded in the Cook Islands, and one of the two major parties of the islands politics since 1965. From 1999 until 2005 it sometimes part ...

Pangu Party

The Pangu Party or Papua and Niugini Union Pati is a political party in Papua New Guinea. As of September 2019, the party had 23 of 111 seats in the National Parliament.

Reason Party (Australia)

The Reason Party is an Australian political party founded in 2017. Its leader, Fiona Patten, describes the party as a "civil libertarian alternative". Patten was elected to the Victorian Legislative Council as at the 2018 state election in the No ...

Centre Party (Nauru)

The party was formed by the former President of Nauru, Kinza Clodumar, and supported Rene Harris, Clodumars ally, in the Parliament, mainly in votes of no confidence for or against Harris.

Algerian People's Party

The Algerian Peoples Party, was a successor organization of the North African Star, led by veteran Algerian nationalist Messali Hadj. It was formed on March 11, 1937. In 1936, the Etoile Nord Africaine, its predecessor, had joined the French Fron ...

The Opportunities Party

The Opportunities Party is a political party in New Zealand. It was founded by economist and philanthropist Gareth Morgan in November 2016. The party supports "a prosperous, fair and equitable society", tax reform, stricter immigration, environme ...

Benin Rebirth Party

The Benin Rebirth Party is an oppositional, more or less liberal party in Benin. The party is led by Nicephore Soglo, who was President of Benin from 1991 to 1996 and later Mayor of Cotonou. Soglo was the RB candidate in the March 2001 presidenti ...

Dayak Unity Party

The Dayak Unity Party was a political party in Indonesia. Formed to represent primordial interests of the Dayak people, the party was one few political parties in Indonesia at the time which was formed along ethnic lines. Oevaang Oeray, the first ...

Hungarian Two-tailed Dog Party

The Hungarian Two-tailed Dog Party is a joke political party in Hungary. It was founded in Szeged in 2006, but registered as an official political party in 2014. The partys main activity is street art – graffiti, stencils and various posters – pa ...

United Development Party

The United Development Party is an Islam-based political party in Indonesia. Due to its distinctive logo, the party is known as the "Kaaba Party". The PPP was formed in 1973 as a result of the merger between several Islam-based parties, assuming ...

Swedish Senior Citizen Interest Party

The Swedish Senior Citizen Interest Party is a political party in Sweden. As of 2018, it holds no seats in parliament or regional councils, but is represented in Horby municipal council. The party did not campaign on the national level in the 201 ...

Party of Farmers, Traders and Independents

The Party of Farmers, Traders and Independents or Farmers, Traders and Citizens Party was a Swiss political party founded in 1936. It grew out of a merger between various farmers’ parties at canton level which had been established during the Firs ...

Princelings

The Princelings, also translated as the Partys Crown Princes, are the descendants of prominent and influential senior communist officials in the Peoples Republic of China. It is an informal, and often derogatory, categorization to signify those b ...

Māori Party

The Māori Party is an indigenous rights-based centre-left political party in New Zealand. Tariana Turia founded the party in 2004 after resigning from the governing centre-left Labour Party, in which she was a minister, over the foreshore and sea ...

Chondoist Chongu Party

The Chondoist Chongu Party is a popular front party in North Korea. The party was founded on 8 February 1946 by a group of followers of the Chŏndogyo. The founding-leader of the party was Kim Tarhyon. The party is headquartered in the capital Pyo ...

People's Action Party (Vanuatu)

The Peoples Action Party is a political party in Vanuatu. At the elections held on 6 July 2004, the party won 1 out of 52 seats. It lost this seat at the 2012 election.

Nicaraguan Resistance Party

The Nicaraguan Resistance Party is a Nicaraguan political party founded in 1993 by the Contras, the armed opposition to the Sandinista government in the 1980s. The PRN contested in the 1996 general elections pulling less than 1% of the votes and ...

New Alliance Party (Mexico)

The New Alliance Party was a political party in Mexico from 2005 to 2018. Its creation was proposed by the Sindicato Nacional de Trabajadores de la Educacion SNTE, National Union of Education Workers, the largest trade union in Latin America, led ...

Partido por la Victoria del Pueblo

The Partido por la Victoria del Pueblo, also known as the Party for the Victory of the People or Peoples Victory Party, is a political organization in Uruguay. Its military wing is known as OPR-33. The leftist group began under an anarcho-syndica ...

Togolese Party of Progress

The party was established by Nicolas Grunitzky, Pedro Olympio and Dermane Ayeva in 1946, becoming the second party in Togo. Its formation was encouraged by the French authorities, who were concerned about the anti-French attitude of the Committee ...

Party of Industrialists and Entrepreneurs

The Party of Industrialists and Entrepreneurs is a political party in Turkmenistan. The party originated in August 2012 as first legal opposition party in the country. On 10 June 2013 Party leader Ovezmammed Mammedov was elected to the Assembly o ...

Revolutionary Action Party

Revolutionary Action Party was a leftist political party in Guatemala during the ten-year Guatemalan Revolution. Formed in 1945, the party went through a series of mergers and fractures before dissolving in 1954 after the United States-backed cou ...

Swaraj Party

The Swaraj Party was established as the Congress-Khilafat Swaraj Party. It was a political party formed in India in January 1923 after the Gaya annual conference in December 1922 of the National Congress, that sought greater self-government and p ...

Union Solidarity and Development Party

The Union Solidarity and Development Party, which was registered on 8 June 2010 by the Union Election Commission, currently standing as an opposition political party, is the successor to the Burmese governments mass organisation, the Union Solida ...

Union Party (Faroe Islands)

The Union Party is a conservative-liberal, agrarian political party on the Faroe Islands. The party wants to maintain the Faroe Islands union with Denmark. On 24 October 2015 Bardur a Steig Nielsen succeeded Kaj Leo Johannesen as party leader. In ...

The Party of Moderate Progress Within the Bounds of the Law

The Party of Moderate Progress Within the Bounds of the Law) was a satirical political party in Cisleithania, founded by Jaroslav Hasek in 1911. The party campaigned satirically for election to the Imperial Council. Due to their dual nature as bo ...

Centre Party (Faroe Islands)

The Centre Party is a Christian-democratic, conservative political party on the Faroe Islands, led by Jenis av Rana. The party is known for its social conservatism, particularly its stance on LGBT rights. The party leader, Jenis av Rana, is a pro ...

Japan Restoration Party

The Japan Restoration Party, also referred to in English as the Japan Restoration Association, was a Japanese political party. It was launched on 12 September 2012 and gained official recognition on 28 September 2012. The party grew from the regi ...

Cook Islands First Party

The Cook Islands First Party was a political party in the Cook Islands. The party was originally a faction within the Cook Islands Democratic Party which supported Prime Minister Robert Woonton over Terepai Maoate. The 2004 elections saw the Demo ...

Pirate Party (Ireland)

The Pirate Party Ireland was an unregistered minor political party in Ireland, modelled on the Swedish Pirate Party. The party was founded in May 2009 after discussions on the Pirate Parties International website and re-founded in April 2012. The ...

Polish Beer-Lovers' Party

The Polish Beer-Lovers Party was a satirical Polish political party that was founded in 1990 by satirist Janusz Rewinski. Originally, the partys goal was to promote cultural beer-drinking in English-style pubs instead of vodka and thus fight alco ...

Progress (Faroe Islands)

Founded on 9 March 2011 by Poul Michelsen and others as a breakaway from the Peoples Party, the party won two seats in the October 2011 election to the 33-seat Logting. Its two MPs in this first election were Poul Michelsen and Janus Rein. Howeve ...

Revolutionary Febrerista Party

The party was established on 11 December 1951 in Buenos Aires, Argentina and was initially banned in Paraguay, which was under a Colorado Party regime at the time. The party was legalised in 1964 as it was no longer deemed to be a threat to Presi ...

Russian Monarchist Union

Russian Monarchist Party was a Russian monarchist Rightist nationalist organisation, founded in February 1905 in Moscow. In 1907 it changed name to Russian Monarchist Union. The party was founded by Vladimir A. Gringmut ru, reactionary editor of ...

Partia e Forte

The Strong Party is a satirical political party in Kosovo formed in 2013. Its goal is "to come to power to control public money in the interest of supporters and the like-minded." As part of the groups commitment to gender equality, over thirty p ...

Blue Party (Dominican Republic)

The Blue Party, also nicknamed together The Tailless, was a historical Dominican political party from the late 19th century to the mid 20th century. Ulises Heureaux and Juan Isidro Jimenes Pereyra were the main leaders of this party, and were opp ...

Tuvan People's Revolutionary Party

Tuvan Peoples Revolutionary Party was a political party in Tuva, founded in 1921. When the Tuvan Peoples Republic was founded in the same year, the party held single-party control over its government as a vanguard party.

Familia (political party)

The Familia was the name of an 18th-century Polish political faction led by the House of Czartoryski and allied families. It was formed towards the end of the reign of King of Poland Augustus II the Strong. The Familias principal leaders were Mic ...

Croatian Party of Pensioners

The Croatian Party of Pensioners is a Croatian political party. It is currently led by Silvano Hrelja. When the party was founded, few people took it seriously and many commentators speculated that the ultimate purpose of HSU was to take away pen ...

Croatian Party of Rights

The Croatian Party of Rights is an extra-parliamentary Croatian nationalist conservative right-wing political party in Croatia. The "right" in the partys name refer to the legal and moral reasons that justify the independence and autonomy of Croa ...

Justicialist Party

The Justicialist Party, or PJ, is a Peronist political party in Argentina, and the largest component of the Peronist movement. Current president Alberto Fernandez belongs to the Justicialist Party. Former presidents Carlos Menem, Eduardo Duhalde, ...

Montenegrin Federalist Party

The Montenegrin Federalist Party, sometimes known simply as the Montenegrin Party, was a Montenegrin political party in the Kingdom of Yugoslavia which stood for preservation of Montenegrin autonomy and a decentralized federalised Yugoslavia. It ...

Șor Party

The party was founded in 1998 by Moldovan politician Valery Klymenko. At the legislative election on 6 March 2005, the party won 3.8% of the popular vote, but no seats. The party intended to participate to the 2014 election, but later withdrew it ...

Erk Democratic Party

The Erk Democratic Party is a political party in Uzbekistan, formed in 1990. It was the first registered political party in the history of Uzbekistan. Its Charter was registered at the Ministry of Justice, Certificate of registration dated Septem ...

Ethiopian People's Revolutionary Party

The Ethiopian Peoples Revolutionary Party, also referred to as Ihapa or the EPRP, is the first modern political party in Ethiopia, established in April 1972. Its first political program called for the overthrow of the monarchy, the removal of the ...

Metallophone

A metallophone is any musical instrument in which the sound-producing body is a piece of metal, consisting of tuned metal bars, tubes, rods, bowls, or plates. Most frequently the metal body is struck to produce sound, usually with a mallet, but m ...

Reco-reco

The reco-reco is a scraper of African origin used as a percussion instrument in Brazilian music, but also in many Latin American countries, where it is known as guiro, guira, guayo and guacharaca. Traditionally, the reco-reco was made from a sawt ...

Baby rattle

A baby rattle is a rattle produced specifically for the amusement of an infant. Rattles have been used for this purpose since antiquity, and experts in child development believe they help the infant improve hand eye coordination by stimulating th ...

Mridangam

The mridangam is a percussion instrument of ancient origin. It is the primary rhythmic accompaniment in a Carnatic music ensemble, and in Dhrupad, where it is known as the pakhawaj. During a percussion ensemble, the mridangam is often accompanied ...

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