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Social Democratic Party of Montenegro

The social democratic party of Montenegro, or simply the Social democratic party, PSD) is a centre-left political party in Montenegro. It is the only party in Montenegro to have full membership in the socialist international.

                                               

Social Democratic Party in the GDR

The social democratic party in East Germany was reorganized Social democratic party existing during the last phase of the East German state. A little less than a year after its creation, it merged with the West German Social democratic party of G ...

                                               

Ukrainian Democratic Party (1904)

The Ukrainian Radical Party In 1904 - 1905. Ukrainian Democratic Party In 1904 - 1905. General Ukrainian Independent Democratic Organization 1897 - 1904. Ukrainian Party of socialists-Federalists 1917 - 1923. Ukrainian Radical-Democratic Party 19 ...

                                               

Ukrainian Social Democratic Party

Ukrainian Social democratic party may refer to: The social democratic party of Ukraine was 1994. Ukrainian Social democratic party 1899, a political party in Galicia. Ukrainian Social-Democratic Party Of Canada. The social democratic party of Ukr ...

                                               

Ukrainian Social Democratic Party (1899)

Ukrainian Social democratic party was a political party in Galicia. The party was founded in 1899 as an Autonomous section of the Polish Social-democratic party of Galicia several members of the Polish Social-democratic party of Galicia and the U ...

                                               

Ukrainian Social Democratic Labour Party

Ukrainian Social democratic labour party was the leading party of the Ukrainian peoples Republic and was also known as SDPists or Esdeky. The party was reorganized in 1905 at the Second Congress of the NRP and aims of Marxist ideology. The leader ...

                                               

Christian-Democratic People's Party

The Christian democratic peoples party may refer to: The Christian democratic peoples party of Romania more Țaranesc Creștin Național Democrat, a former Christian democratic national party of peasants. The Christian Democratic Peoples Party Of Mo ...

                                               

Christian Democratic Party (El Salvador)

Christian democratic party-Christian democratic party in El Salvador. After officially disbanded by the Supreme court in 2011, he continued to work under the name of Party of hope, before once again taking its original name in 2012. In legislativ ...

                                               

Christian Democratic Party (Chile)

Christian democratic party-Christian democratic political party in Chile, led by Caroline OSPC. There were three President of the Christian Democrats in the past, Eduardo Frei Ruiz-Tagle, Patricio Aylwin and Eduardo Frei Montalva. Usually support ...

                                               

Demochristian Party of Albania

28 June 1997 the Christian democratic party win the election 2 Election of posts for members of Parliament, sander Uldedaj in electoral zone NR.1 Malesi madhe and ZEF Bushati from the proportional list. 6-7 January 2001 the Congress of European p ...

                                               

Christian Democratic Party of Serbia

The party was founded in 1997, Vladan Batic after leaving the Democratic party of Serbia DSS because of disagreements with its leader Vojislav Kostunica. After the restoration of diplomatic relations between the Serbian and Montenegrin government ...

                                               

Ethiopian Social Democratic Party

Ethiopian Social democratic party-a Political party in Ethiopia. As of 2005, leaders in the field are the President Dr. Beyene Petros, Vice Chairman Mulu Meja, and Secretary Alem Koira. During the 2005 elections, 15 may 2005, the party was part o ...

                                               

Democratic Unionist Party (Sudan)

Unionist Democratic party, also referred to as an original Unionist Democratic party, a Political party in Sudan, is closely associated with the Khatmiyya Sufi order. Founded in 1952 as the national unionist party NUP, this is one of two politica ...

                                               

Social Democratic Party of Kyrgyzstan

Social democratic party of Kyrgyzstan is a political party in Kyrgyzstan. Members formed the party on 1 October 1993, but not registered in the justice Ministry until 16 December 1994. Abdygany Erkebaev served as the first Chairman of the party. ...

                                               

Christian Democratic Party (disambiguation)

The Christian democratic party-a Political party that seeks to apply Christian principles of state policy. The Christian democratic party and the Christian Democrats may also refer to:

                                               

Labour Party

The Progressive Labour Party Of Australia. Industrial Socialist Labor party, active in the late 1910s and early 1920-ies. Democratic Labour Party Of Australia. Australian Labor Party. (Австралийская Лейбористская Партия)

                                               

Orchestra

Orchestra-a large instrumental ensemble typical of classical music, which combines instruments from different families, including bowed string instruments such as violin, viola, cello, double bass, brass instruments such as French horn, trumpet, ...

                                               

Australian Labor Party

Australian labor party, also known as simply the labor, but historically spelt labor, is a major centre-left political party in Australia. The party was in opposition at Federal level since the Federal elections in 2013. The party is a Federal pa ...

                                               

Barbados Labour Party

The Barbados labour party is the main party of the government of Barbados, which was established in 1938. Led by Prime Minister MIA Amor Mottley, the BLP had 29 of the 30 seats in the House of Assembly of Barbados after MP Michael West, Joseph Ar ...

                                               

Dominica Labour Party

Founded in 1955 by Phyllis Shand Allfrey and Emmanuel Christopher Loblack, the Dominica labour party is the oldest political party in Dominica. He first contested General elections in 1961, winning seven of the eleven seats. In the next election ...

                                               

Labour Party (UK)

The labour party is a centre-left political party in the United Kingdom, which has been described as the Union of social-Democrats, social Democrats and trade unionists. In all General elections since 1922, labour or the ruling party and the offi ...

                                               

Labour Party (Ireland)

Labor party-Social democratic political party in the Republic of Ireland. Founded in 1912 in Clonmel, County Tipperary, James Larkin, James Connolly and William X. obrien as the political wing of the Irish Congress of trade unions, he describes h ...

                                               

Labour Party (Mauritius)

The labor party is center-left Social democratic political party in Mauritius. This is one of the four main Mauritanian political parties along with the Mauritian combat movement, militant socialist movement and the Party Mauricien social Democra ...

                                               

Labour Party (Malta)

The labour party, previously known as the Malta labour party is a Social democratic party in Malta. Together with the nationalist party, the labour party is one of two major contemporary political parties in Malta. After the General elections in ...

                                               

Labor Party (United States, 1996)

The labour party was an American Social democratic political party advocating workers interests. The party was founded in 1996 by employees of the mine, international Longshore and warehouse Union, American Federation of government employees, Cal ...

                                               

Saint Kitts and Nevis Labour Party

Saint Kitts and Nevis labour party is a centre-left political party in Saint Kitts and Nevis. Currently the opposition in the country, winning three of the eleven seats in the General election 2015. It is the oldest existing political party in th ...

                                               

Georgian Labour Party

The Georgian labour party is a political party in Georgia. The party, led by its founder Shalva Natelashvili.

                                               

New Zealand Labour Party

Party new Zealand labour or just labour is centre-left political party in New Zealand. Program platform of the party describes it as a fundamental principle of democratic socialism, while observers describe the labour, Social democratic and pragm ...

                                               

Surinamese Labour Party

The party of labour of Suriname-a political party in Suriname. In the last parliamentary elections the party was part of the new front For democracy and development that won 31.65% of the vote and 14 out of 51 seats in the National Assembly. In t ...

                                               

Jamaica Labour Party

Jamaica labour party is one of two major political parties in Jamaica the other Nations of the National party. While his name may suggest that it is the social democratic party, jlp-its actually the Conservative party. However, it has long-standi ...

                                               

Unity Labour Party

Labour party unity is a Social democratic and Democratic Socialist political party in Saint Vincent and the Grenadines. Currently, the ruling party headed by Prime Minister Ralph Gonsalves.

                                               

Grenada United Labour Party

The party was founded by Eric Gairy in 1950. It was the only party to contest the first elections under universal suffrage in 1951, and won six of eight sites. In the elections of 1954 saw the same result. In the elections of 1957, he lost four p ...

                                               

Idiophone

Is an idiophone is any musical instrument which creates sound primarily the instrument as a whole vibrating screen - without the use of strings or membranes. This is the first of the four main divisions in the original Hornbostel–Sachs scheme of ...

                                               

Hornbostel–Sachs

Hornbostel–Sachs or Sachs–Hornbostel is a system of classification of musical instruments, invented by Erich Moritz von Hornbostel and curt Sachs, and first published in year in the journal fur Ethnologie in 1914. English translation published in ...

                                               

String (music)

The string is the vibrating element that produces sound in string instruments such as guitar, harp, piano, and members of the violin family of. Strings are lengths of flexible material that a musical instrument holds under tension so they can vib ...

                                               

Bridge (instrument)

A bridge is a device that supports the strings on a stringed musical instrument and transmits the vibration of those strings to another structural component of the device - typically, soundboard, such as guitar or violin - which transmits sound i ...

                                               

Workers' Party

The working party is the name used by several political parties around the world. The name was used by both organizations on the left and right of the political spectrum. Currently used by followers of communism, Marxism, Marxism-Leninism, Maoism ...

                                               

Hungarian Working People's Party

Hungarian working peoples party was the ruling Communist party of Hungary from 1948 to 1956. It was formed with the merger of the Communist party of Hungary and the Hungarian Social democratic party. Ostensibly a Union of equals, the merger had a ...

                                               

Workers' Party (Brazil)

Labour party-a Political party in Brazil, some scientists klassificeret his ideology of social democracy others like a more radical Marxism-Leninism. Founded in 1980, is one of the largest parties in Latin America. FRI, regulated at the Federal l ...

                                               

United National Workers' Party

The national workers party, United political party in Equatorial Guinea. It was the only political party in the country from 1970 to 1979, during the dictatorship of Francisco macías Nguema.

                                               

Party of Workers' Self-Government

The party was created by Svyatoslav Fyodorov. In the parliamentary elections of 1995 the party received 4% of the proportional vote representation, did not pass the election threshold. However, he defeated in single-mandate constituency in the St ...

                                               

Workers' Party (Algeria)

Workers party is a Trotskyist political party in Algeria, closely linked with the independent workers party of France. The party is headed by Louisa Hanoune. The workers party, PT abbreviation, is a left-wing party, advocating for the protection ...

                                               

Workers' Party (France)

The working party was of the French Socialist party. It was formed from the Trotskyist Internationalist Communist party, led by Pierre Boussel, better known under his pseudonym Pierre Lambert, together with a number of other socialists with whom ...

                                               

Revolutionary Party of Central American Workers

The group, which is based on PRTC was inspired by Marxism-Leninism, Che Guevara and experiences Vietnamese national liberation struggle. The party was accused of Trotskyism and the other revolutionary groups, charge that the party denied.

                                               

Se (instrument)

The SE is an ancient Chinese Plucked zither. It has a 25-50 strings with moveable bridges and the range to five octaves.

                                               

Tar (string instrument)

Tar Iranian long-necked, waisted instrument, shared by many cultures and countries, including Iran, Azerbaijan, Armenia, Georgia, and other near-Caucasus region. The older and more full name tār is cāhārtār or cārtār, which means in Persian "four ...

                                               

Taus (instrument)

In the Taus is a bowed stringed instrument of North Indian region of Punjab. In Taus was invented by guru Hargobind, the sixth guru of the Sikhs. In Taus was later modified in light Dilruba by Guru Gobind. It has a peacock body and a neck with 20 ...

                                               

Topshur

On topscore is a two or three-string lute played by the Western Mongolian tribes called Urianghais Altai, the Altaians, and Tuvinians. On topscore closely linked with the folklore of the West Mongolian people and was accompanied by performances o ...

                                               

Ukulele

The Hawaiian guitar or ukulele is a member of the guitar family of instruments. As a rule, he employs four nylon strings. The ukulele originated in the 19th century as a Hawaiian adaptation of a Portuguese machete, a small guitar-like instrument, ...

                                               

Conservative Party

The Conservative Party Of Bulgaria, 1879-1884. Conservative Party Of Spain, 1876-1931. The German Conservative Party, 1876-1918. The Conservative Party Of Hungary, 1846-1849. The Conservative Party Iceland, 1924-1927. The Conservative Party Of Ro ...

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