The African National Congress (ANC) is a centre- left political party, and has been South Africa's governing party (in a coalition) since the establishment of majority rule in May 1994. Originally called the South African Native National Congress until 1923, it was founded to defend the rights of the black majority on 8 January 1912 in Bloemfontein, and counted John Dube (its first president) and poet and author Sol Plaatje among its founder members. ...more on Wikipedia about "African National Congress"
The African Party of Independence of Cape Verde (Partido Africano da Independência de Cabo Verde, PAICV) is a social-democratic political party in Cape Verde. ...more on Wikipedia about "African Party for the Independence of Cape Verde"
The African Party for the Independence of Guinea and Cape Verde ( Portuguese: Partido Africano da Independência da Guiné e Cabo Verde), or PAIGC is a political party in Guinea-Bissau. In the 2004 legislative elections it was the largest single political party. ...more on Wikipedia about "African Party for the Independence of Guinea and Cape Verde"
The Albanian Party of Labour, Partia e Punës e Shqipërisë, PPSh in Albanian, was the sole legal political party in Albania during communist rule ( 1946- 1991). It was founded on November 8 1941 as the Communist Party of Albania (Partia Komuniste e Shqipërisë), but its name was changed in 1948. ...more on Wikipedia about "Albanian Party of Labour"
The All People's Congress is a political party in Sierra Leone. ...more on Wikipedia about "All People's Congress"
The Arab Socialist Union ( , ; French: L'Union Socialiste Arabe) is one of a number of loosely related political parties based on the principles of Nasserist Arab socialism in a number of countries. ...more on Wikipedia about "Arab Socialist Union"
The Arab Socialist Ba'th Party (also spelled Baath or Ba'ath; Arabic: حزب البعث العربي الاشتراكي) was founded in 1945 as a radical, left-wing, secular Arab nationalist political party. It functioned as a pan-Arab party with branches in different Arab countries, but was strongest in Syria and Iraq, coming to power in both countries in 1963. In 1966 the Syrian and Iraqi parties split into two rival organisations. Both Ba'th parties retained the same name and maintain parallel structures in the Arab world. ...more on Wikipedia about "Baath Party"
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Bangladesh Nationalist Party (বাংলাদেশ জাতীয়তাবাদী দল Bangladesh Jatiotabadi Dôl, BNP) is currently the ruling political party in Bangladesh. It was founded on September 1, 1978, by former president Ziaur Rahman. The party ruled the country five times. The party's chair is Begum Khaleda Zia, the Prime Minister of Bangladesh. Currently, it is in power with a two-thirds majority in the national parliament. ...more on Wikipedia about "Bangladesh Nationalist Party"
The Bulgarian Communist Party (Balgarska Komunisticeska Partija) was the ruling party of the People's Republic of Bulgaria from 1946 until 1990 when it ceased to be a Communist state. The Bulgarian Communist Party had dominated the Fatherland Front coalition that took power in 1944, late in World War II, after it led a coup against Bulgaria's fascist government in conjunction with the Red Army's crossing the border. The party's origins lay in the Social Democratic and Labour Party of Bulgaria, known as the Tesni socialisti, which was founded in 1903 after a split in the Social-Democratic Party. The party's founding leader was Dimitâr Blagoev and its subsequent leaders included Georgi Dimitrov. The party opposed World War I, was sympathetic to the October Revolution in Russia and applied to join the Communist International upon its founding in 1919. Upon joining the Comintern the party was reorganised as the Communist Party of Bulgaria. Dimitrov was a member of the party's Central Committee from its inception until his death in 1949 also serving as Bulgaria's leader from 1946. ...more on Wikipedia about "Bulgarian Communist Party"
Burma Socialist Programme Party (aka Lanzin) is a political party in Myanmar, formerly Burma. BSPP was set in 1962 up to give political legitimacy to the Ne Win junta regime. The party chairman was Ne Win himself. BSPP advocated a programme of "Burmese Way to Socialism", with both marxist and Buddhist influences. ...more on Wikipedia about "Burma Socialist Programme Party"
The Cameroon People's Democratic Movement ( French: Rassemblement démocratique du Peuple Camerounais, RDPC) is the ruling political party in Cameroon. It was previously known as the Cameroon National Union, and has dominated Cameroon politics since independence in 1960. ...more on Wikipedia about "Cameroon People's Democratic Movement"
The Chama Cha Mapinduzi (Revolutionary State Party) is the ruling political party of Tanzania. ...more on Wikipedia about "Chama Cha Mapinduzi"
The National Republican Association/Colorado Party (Asociación Nacional Republicana/Partido Colorado) is a conservative political party in Paraguay, founded in 1887 by Bernardino Caballero. ...more on Wikipedia about "Colorado Party (Paraguay)"
The Communist Party of China (CPC) or Chinese Communist Party (CCP) ( ) is the ruling political party of the People's Republic of China. The party was founded in 1921, and fought the Kuomintang during the Chinese Civil War. With more than 63 million members, the CPC is the largest party in the world. ...more on Wikipedia about "Communist Party of China"
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The Communist Party of Cuba ( Spanish: Partido Comunista de Cuba, PCC) is the ruling party of Cuba. It operates on a Marxist-Leninist model. ...more on Wikipedia about "Communist Party of Cuba"
The Communist Party of Czechoslovakia, in Czech and in Slovak: Komunistická strana Československa (KSČ) was a political party in Czechoslovakia that existed between 1921 and 1992. ...more on Wikipedia about "Communist Party of Czechoslovakia"
The Communist Party of Vietnam (Đảng Cộng sản Việt Nam) is the currently and indefinitely ruling, as well as the only legal political party in Vietnam. It is a Marxist-Leninist Communist Party supported by (and a part of) the Vietnamese Fatherland Front. ...more on Wikipedia about "Communist Party of Vietnam"
The Congolese Labour Party (Parti congolais du Travail), founded in 1969 by Marien Ngouabi, is the ruling political party of the Republic of the Congo. It was originally a pro- Soviet party, but moved towards capitalism during the first administration of Denis Sassou-Nguesso ( 1979– 1992). ...more on Wikipedia about "Congolese Labour Party"
The Constitutional Democratic Rally ( French: Rassemblement Constitutionel Démocratique) is the ruling party in Tunisia. It is the party of president Zine el Abidine Ben Ali, prime minister Mohamed Ghannouchi and received 91.6% of the vote in the 1999 elections. This gave it 148 out of 182 seats in Tunisia's parliament. 34 seats are guaranteed for the opposition. At the last legislative elections, 24 October 2004, the party won 87.7 % of the popular vote and 152 out of 189 seats. The same day, its candidate Zine El Abidine Ben Ali, won 94.5 % at the presidential elections and was re-elected president. ...more on Wikipedia about "Constitutional Democratic Rally"
The Convention People's Party is a socialist political party in Ghana, based on the ideas of former President Kwame Nkrumah. ...more on Wikipedia about "Convention People's Party"
The Democratic Party of Côte d'Ivoire ( French: Parti Démocratique de la Côte d'Ivoire) is a political party in Côte d'Ivoire. From independence in 1960 to 1990 it was the only legal party, and was led by President Félix Houphouët-Boigny. In 1990 the first multi-party elections took place, but the party remained in power. When Houphouët-Boigny died in 1993 he was replaced by Henri Konan Bédié. After a fierce election campaign and legal wrangling, the party was ousted from power. ...more on Wikipedia about "Democratic Party of Côte d'Ivoire - African Democratic Rally"
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The Democratic Party of Equatorial Guinea ( Spanish: Partido Democrático de Guinea Ecuatorial, PDGE) is the ruling political party in Equatorial Guinea. It was established by President Teodoro Obiang Nguema Mbasogo as the country's sole legal political organization on 12 October 1987. The current Secretary-General is Agustín Nze Nfumu. ...more on Wikipedia about "Democratic Party of Equatorial Guinea"
The Democratic Party of Guinea-African Democratic Rally (Parti Démocratique du Guinée-Rassemblement Démocratique Africain) is a political party in Guinea. During the regime of Sékou Touré it was the sole legal party in the country. After the fall of the Touré regime, PDG was dissolved. ...more on Wikipedia about "Democratic Party of Guinea-African Democratic Rally"
The Democratic Party of Turkmenistan is the only political party in Turkmenistan. It is led by Saparmurat Niyazov, who in 1999 was proclaimed President for Life. Before 1991 the party was called the Communist Party of the Turkmen SSR. ...more on Wikipedia about "Democratic Party of Turkmenistan"
Democratic Union of the Malian People (in French: Union Démocratique du Peuple Malien) was a political party in Mali. It was founded by the CMLN military junta regime in order to provide it with political legitimacy. On September 22 1975 Moussa Traoré announced that they party would be formed. ...more on Wikipedia about "Democratic Union of the Malian People"
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