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People's Party

 

People's Party

Party of Animals. The wild people. It still exists today.The People's Party, Peoples Party, or Popular Party, is any of several political parties claiming to speak for the people. People's Parties in various countries run the gamut from left (politics) to right (politics). In Europe it often represents centre-right and Christian democrat or national conservative parties. Translations into English of the names of the various countries' parties are not always consistent, but People's Party is the most common.

Current

Nation Party
 Armenia People's Party
People's Party of Armenia
 Austria Austrian People's Party
 Belgium People's Party
 Cambodia Cambodian People's Party
 Croatia Croatian People's Party – Liberal Democrats
 Czech Republic Czechoslovak People's Party
 Denmark Danish People's Party
 Europe European People's Party
People's Party
Swedish People's Party
People's Party of Guinea
Guinean People's Party
Indian People's Party
Janata Party
Balochistan People's Party
People's Party (Iran), led by Asadollah Alam
Sardinian People's Party
South Tyrolean People's Party
Liberian People's Party
Malaysian People's Party
Sarawak People's Party
People's Party
Mongolian People's Party
People's Party
All Nigeria Peoples Party
Norwegian People's Party
Palestinian People's Party
Pakistan Peoples Party
Pakistan Peoples Party (Shaheed Bhutto)
People's Party
Polish People's Party
People's Party
People's Party
The People's Party
Sierra Leone People's Party
Singapore People's Party
People's Party – Movement for a Democratic Slovakia
Slovenian People's Party
People's Party
Liberal People's Party
Swiss People's Party
People's Party

Historical

Nation Party
Australian People's Party
Belarusian Popular Party
Popular Party
People's Party
People's Party
People's Party (Kingdom of Croatia)
People's Party (Kingdom of Dalmatia)
People's Party (1917)
People's Party (1932)
Gambian People's Party
Bavarian People's Party
German People's Party (1868)
German People's Party (1918)
Wendish People's Party
People's Party
Italian People's Party (1919)
Italian People's Party (1994)
Trentino Tyrolean People's Party
People's Party
People's Party
Popular Party
People's Party
People's Party
People's Party
People's Party
People's Party (interwar)
German People's Party
People's Party (2005)
People's Party – Dan Diaconescu
People's Party
Samoa All People's Party
Sammarinese People
Slovak People's Party
Het Volk
Volksparty
People's Party
Khana Ratsadon
People's Party
British People's Party (1939)
British People's Party (1979)
British People's Party (2005)
People's Party (1891)
People's Party (1971)
People's Party (Chicago)
People's Party (Indiana)
People's Party (Utah)

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