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Populist Party

Populist Party may refer to:

Contents

  • Croatia 1
  • France 2
  • Greece 3
  • Indonesia 4
  • Russia 5
  • Spain 6
  • Turkey 7
  • United States 8
    • National level 8.1
    • State 8.2
  • Vietnam 9
  • United Kingdom 10
  • See also 11

Croatia

France

  • Parti populiste (French Populist Party), a nationalist and eurosceptic organization in France

Greece

  • People's Party (Greece) (Λαїκό Κομμα, Laiko Komma or Laikon Komma), a conservative-monarchist early 20th century Greek party, whose name can be translated as Populist Party

Indonesia

Russia

  • The Narodnik movement in late Tsarist Russia, whose name can be translated as "Populist" and whose ideology has been referenced as "Populism", in scholarly literature

Spain

Turkey

United States

National level

State

  • People's Party of Georgia (US) (aka Populist Party of Georgia), the Georgia chapter of the 19th and early 20th century American Populist Party
  • Populist Party of Maryland, a vehicle for the Ralph Nader presidential campaign of 2004

Vietnam

  • Vietnam Populist Party, a pro-democracy party in Vietnam, called For The Vietnamese People Party by the state media

United Kingdom

See also

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