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Transnational political party

A transnational political party is a single political party with members or representatives in more than one country.

A well-known example is the Syria and Iraq, each faction retained a pan-Arab structure.

Another example of a transnational political party is Sinn Féin, which has 5 Members of Parliament in the United Kingdom Parliament, and 5 Teachtaí Dála in the Irish Dáil Éireann.

In a broad sense, global movements such as Comintern). One notable exception to this rule is the Progressive Labor Party (United States), which views proletarian internationalism as requiring that they set up party collectives all over the globe. Some Trotskyist parties behave similarly.

List of transnational political parties

Africa:

Americas:

Eurasia:

Europe:

Middle East:

South Asia

  • Jamaat-E-Islami

Austronesia:

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