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Party of power

The term party of power refers to a political party that has a close relationship with the executive branch of government such that the party appears to function as an extension of the executive rather than as an autonomous political organization ...

Party of crooks and thieves

Party of crooks and thieves is a popular expression among the opposition in Russia used to refer to the ruling United Russia party, led by Dmitry Medvedev and Vladimir Putin. It was coined by blogger and anti-corruption activist Alexei Navalny in ...

Beer Lovers Party (Russia)

The Beer Lovers Party was created in Russia on December 26, 1993 and officially registered on August 9, 1994. By the moment of registration the party listed 1.700 members.

Party of Peaceful Renovation

The Party of Peaceful Renovation was a liberal political organisation in the Russian Empire, based amongst landlords and the bourgeoisie. It was formed in 1906, uniting the Left Octobrists and Right Cadets. Party leaders were Pyotr Heiden, N. N. ...

Party of Economic Freedom

The party was established in May 1992. It joined the "August" bloc for the 1993 parliamentary elections, but the bloc failed to obtain the 100.000 signatures necessary to get on the ballot. However, two party members, Irina Khakamada and Leonid N ...

Great Russia (political party)

Great Russia is a Russian far-right ultra-nationalist political party that has been associated with neo-Nazism. It was established in April 2007 by former Rodina leader and legislator Dmitry Rogozin in conjunction with the prohibited xenophobic M ...

Rodina (political party)

Rodina or Motherland-National Patriotic Union is a nationalist political party in Russia. It was a coalition of thirty nationalist groups that was established by Dmitry Rogozin, Sergey Glazyev, Sergey Baburin, Viktor Gerashchenko, Georgy Shpak, V ...

List of political parties in Abkhazia

This article lists political parties and socio-political movements in the partially recognised Republic of Abkhazia. Abkhazia has a multi-party system. The current coalition is formed by United Abkhazia, Amtsakhara and Aitaira.

Unity (Russian political party)

Unity was a Russian political party that was created in September 1999 and registered on October 15, supported by Russia’s President Boris Yeltsin, Prime Minister Vladimir Putin and dozens of Russian governors to counter the threat which the Krem ...

United Civic Party of Belarus

The United Civic Party of Belarus is a liberal-conservative and liberal political party in Belarus. The party opposes the government of Alexander Lukashenko and has participated in the countrys elections on a few occasions, but it did not have a ...

Cavaquinho

The cavaquinho is a small Portuguese string instrument in the European guitar family, with four wire or gut strings. More broadly, cavaquinho is the name of a four-stringed subdivision of the lute family of instruments. A cavaquinho player is cal ...

Mbira

The mbira mˈbɪəɾə) is an African musical instrument, traditional to the Shona people of Zimbabwe. It consists of a wooden board with attached staggered metal tines, played by holding the instrument in the hands and plucking the tines with the thu ...

Kantele

A kantele is a traditional Finnish and Karelian plucked string instrument belonging to the south east Baltic box zither family known as the Baltic psaltery along with Estonian kannel, Latvian kokles, Lithuanian kankles and Russian gusli.

Kemenche

Kemenche or kemençe is a name used for various types of stringed bowed musical instruments having their origin in the Eastern Mediterranean, particularly in Greece, Iran, Turkey, Azerbaijan, and regions adjacent to the Black Sea. These instrument ...

Kinnor

Kinnor is an ancient Israelite musical instrument in the yoke lutes family, the first one to be mentioned in the Old Testament. Its exact identification is unclear, but in the modern day it is generally translated as "harp" or "lyre", and associa ...

Cithara

The cithara or kithara was an ancient Greek musical instrument in the yoke lutes family. In modern Greek the word kithara has come to mean "guitar", a word which etymologically stems from kithara. The kithara was a professional version of the fou ...

Kobza

The kobza, also called bandurka is a Ukrainian folk music instrument of the lute family, a relative of the Central European mandora. The term kobza however, has also been applied to a number of other Eastern European instruments distinct from the ...

Kobyz

The Kobyz or kyl-kobyz is an ancient Kazakh string instrument. It has two strings made of horsehair. The resonating cavity is usually covered with goat leather. Traditionally kobyzes were sacred instruments, owned by shamans and bakses traditiona ...

Siumut

Siumut is a political party in Greenland in the social democratic tradition. Since the establishment of home rule in 1979, it has been the dominant party in Greenland. Siumut is led by Kim Kielsen, the current Prime Minister of Greenland. Party m ...

Ak Zhol Democratic Party

The Ak Zhol Democratic Party, commonly referred to simply as Ak Zhol, is a liberal political party in Kazakhstan.

Kazakhstani Social Democratic Party Auyl

The Village Social Democratic Party is a political party in Kazakhstan. In the 2004 legislative elections, the party won 1.7% of the popular vote and no seats. In the 2007 elections for the Majilis, the party won 1.58% of the popular vote and no ...

Kokle

Kokle or historically kokles is a Latvian plucked string instrument belonging to the Baltic box zither family known as the Baltic psaltery along with Lithuanian kankles, Estonian kannel, Finnish kantele, and Russian gusli. The first possible kokl ...

Lao People's Revolutionary Party

The Lao Peoples Revolutionary Party, formerly the Lao Peoples Party, is the Marxist–Leninist political party in Laos which emerged from the Communist Party of Vietnam founded by Hồ Chi Minh in 1930. It has governed in Laos since 1975. The policy- ...

People's Vanguard Party (Costa Rica)

The Peoples Vanguard Party, or Popular Vanguard Party is a communist party in Costa Rica. PVP was founded in 1931 as the Workers and Farmers Party, but was soon renamed to the Communist Party of Costa Rica. From 1931 to 1947, the party published ...

Communist Party of Sweden (1967)

Kommunistiska Forbundet Marxist-Leninisterna was formed at the 1967 party congress of VPK, when a pro-Chinese group left the party.

Respect Party

The Respect Party was a left-wing to far-left, socialist political party active in the United Kingdom between 2004 and 2016. At the height of its success in 2007, the party had one Member of Parliament in the House of Commons and nineteen council ...

Great Japan Patriotic Party

The Great Japan Patriotic Party, frequently abbreviated to GLP, is a Japanese political party and far-right political group. The party was created in 1951 by Satoshi Akao, who became the first head of the party.

Alliance (New Zealand political party)

The Alliance was a left-wing political party in New Zealand. It was formed at the end of 1991 by the linking of four smaller parties. The Alliance positioned itself as a democratic socialist alternative to the centre-left New Zealand Labour Party ...

Lalit (Mauritius)

Lalit is a left-wing political party in the Republic of Mauritius. It is opposed to private or any other undemocratic control of government functions. According to its website, the party was created as a "free-expression monthly magazine" named " ...

New National Moldovan Party

The founding Congress of the party was held on April 23, 1998, when was adopted the party program and bylaws. The New National Moldovan Party took part in the 1999 local elections and 2001 parliamentary elections. Ion Turcanu became the chairman ...

Civic Party of Kazakhstan

The Civic Party of Kazakhstan is a defunct political party in Kazakhstan. QAP participated as part of the Agrarian and Industrial Union of Workers Block that won 7.1% of the popular vote and 11 out of 77 seats in the 2004 Kazakh legislative elect ...

Res Publica Party

Res Publica Party was a political party in Estonia that self-identified as conservative and therefore member of the International Democrat Union, but considering its vague platform for 2003 election, the genuineness of this ideology is disputed. ...

Motherland Party (Turkey)

The Motherland Party, is a political party in Turkey. It was founded in 1983 by Turgut Ozal. It merged with the Democratic Party in October 2009, but in September 2011, the party was re-established. Its president is Ibrahim Çelebi. The ANAP was c ...

Moderate Party

The Moderate Party is a liberal-conservative political party in Sweden. The party generally supports tax cuts, the free market, civil liberties and economic liberalism. Internationally, it is a full member of the International Democrat Union and ...

Iyi Party

The Iyi Party is a nationalist, liberal-conservative, secularist political party in Turkey. Established on 25 October 2017 by its current leader Meral Aksener, the party adheres to the principles and ideals of Turkeys founder Mustafa Kemal Atatur ...

Vox (political party)

Vox is a political party in Spain founded on 17 December 2013, by former members of the Peoples Party. The party is described variously as right-wing, right-wing populist, or far-right.

Party for Bosnia and Herzegovina

The Party for Bosnia and Herzegovina is a Bosniak nationalist political party in Bosnia and Herzegovina led by Amer Jerlagic.

Advancement Unification Party

Advancement Unification Party or AUP formerly known as Liberty Forward Party was a conservative political party in South Korea. This party was created by Lee Hoi Chang, the presidential candidate who lost 2007 presidential elections. On 12 Februa ...

Deutsche Reichspartei

The Deutsche Reichspartei was a nationalist political party in West Germany. It was founded in 1950 from the German Right Party, which had been set up in Lower Saxony in 1946 and had five members in the first Bundestag.

New Patriotic Party

The New Patriotic Party is a centre-right and liberal conservative party in Ghana. Since the democratization of Ghana in 1992, it has been one of the two dominant parties in Ghana politics; its leading rival being the centre-left National Democra ...

New Progressive Party (Puerto Rico)

The New Progressive Party is a political party in Puerto Rico that advocates statehood. The PNP is one of the two major parties in Puerto Rico with significant political strength and currently holds both the seat of the governor and of the reside ...

Isamaa

Isamaa is a Christian-democratic, conservative political party in Estonia. It was founded on 4 June 2006 by the merger of two conservative parties, Pro Patria Union and Res Publica Party. Up to the 2007 parliamentary elections, the party held 32 ...

National Advancement Party

The National Advancement Party is a conservative political party in Guatemala. It was founded in 1989. In the 1990 and 1995 elections its presidential candidate was Alvaro Arzu who won in 1995, becoming Guatemalas 32nd president 1996–2000. Oscar ...

Our Republican Party

The Our Republican Party, formerly the Korean Patriots Party, was a right-wing to far-right political party in South Korea known primarily for its Pro-Park Geun-hye stance. It was formed following a split within the New Saenuri Party. The party s ...

Progress Party

Progress Party Ghana Progress Party Iran Progress Party Norway, 1957 Christian Peoples Party Faroe Islands German Progress Party Progress Party Thailand, 1983 Progress Party Sweden Progress Party Australia

Freedom Party of Switzerland

The Freedom Party of Switzerland is a minor populist right-wing political party in Switzerland. Its president and leading representative is Jurg Scherrer, formerly the head of the security department in the city government of Biel/Bienne until 20 ...

Prosperous Armenia

Prosperous Armenia Party, is a right-wing political party in Armenia. It was founded by businessman Gagik Tsarukyan on 30 April 2004, when the constituent congress of the party took place. Armenias second president Robert Kocharyan was instrument ...

Liberty Korea Party

The Liberty Korea Party was a conservative political party in South Korea that was described variously as right-wing, right-wing populist, or far-right. Until February 2017, it was known as the Saenuri Party, and before that as the Hannara Party ...

Progressive Citizens' Party

The Progressive Citizens Party is a national-conservative political party in Liechtenstein. The FBP is one of the two major political parties in Liechtenstein, along with the liberal-conservative Patriotic Union. Founded in 1918 along with the no ...

Parti bleu

The Blue Party was a political group that contested elections in the Eastern section of the Province of Canada. The Blue Party was ideologically located on the political right, and was defined by its support for the Catholic Church, and later for ...

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