CATHOLIC PEOPLE’S PARTY


CATHOLIC PEOPLE’S PARTY

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  • Catholic People's Party — Infobox Dutch Political Party party name = Katholieke Volkspartij party logo = party wikicolourid = CDA leader = Carl Romme 1945 1961 Wim de Kort 1961 1963 Norbert Schmelzer 1963 1971 Frans Andriessen 1971 1977 | foundation = 22 December 1945… …   Wikipedia

  • Roman Catholic People's Party — The Roman Catholic People s Party (in Dutch: Roomsch katholieke Volkspartij , RKVP) was a dutch catholic social political party. The RKVP played only a marginal role in Dutch politics.Party HistoryThe RKVP was founded in 1922 by Pius Arts. In the …   Wikipedia

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  • Evangelical People's Party — Infobox Dutch Political Party party name = Evangelical People s Party party party wikicolourid = CDA leader = Cathy Ubels foundation = March 1981 Dissolved = March 9 1991 merged into the GreenLeft ideology = progressive Christianity international …   Wikipedia

  • Austrian People's Party — Österreichische Volkspartei Leader Michael Spindelegger Founded …   Wikipedia

  • Slovak People's Party — The Slovak People s Party (Slovak: Slovenská ľudová strana , SĽS, after 1925 Hlinka s Slovak People s Party / Hlinkova slovenská ľudová strana / HSĽS, after 1938 Hlinka s Slovak People s Party – Party of Slovak National Unity/Hlinkova slovenská… …   Wikipedia

  • German People's Party — This article is about the German People s Party which existed between 1918 and 1933. For the party with same name, which existed between 1868 and 1910, see German People s Party (1868). For the party which existed in Romania between 1935 and 1938 …   Wikipedia

  • Austrian People’s Party —    Österreichische Volkspartei    (ÖVP)    Tainted, indeed sometimes stained by associations with Austro Fascism, and with authoritarian leanings generally, Austrian conservatives decided after World War II to establish a party to replace the… …   Historical dictionary of Austria

  • Bavarian People's Party — (Bayerische Volkspartei, BVP)    On 12 No vember 1918, after Kurt Eisner* proclaimed a Bavarian Republic (ending the Wittelsbach dynasty s rule), the state s Center Party* split from the national organization and, at the urging of Georg Heim,*… …   Historical dictionary of Weimar Republik

  • Newfoundland People's Party — The Newfoundland People s Party was a political party in the Dominion of Newfoundland before it joined Canada. The party was created by Attorney General Edward Patrick Morris in 1907, when he split from the ruling Liberal Party to found his own… …   Wikipedia