The Partido Popular relocated itself as a party opposing women’s and gay rights.
Another term emerged: el quinto partido, the fifth match (quarter-final), which Mexico hasn’t reached since 1986.
The Communist Party of Chile (Partido Comunista de Chile; PCC), which was condemned under Pinochet’s rule, was reinstated by 1990.
Yet El País newspaper now places Podemos at 22%, ahead of both the ruling conservative Partido Popular (PP) and its leftwing opposition Partido Socialista Obrero Español (PSOE).
The big loser was the Partido Popular, once the proud conservative masters of Spain with intimate links with British Tories.
…mean victory for the popular Workers’ Party (Partido dos Trabalhadores; PT), while the left wanted to milk the ongoing corruption scandal.
The Democratic Party (Partido Democrático; formed 1887) was led by Malaquías Concha, who spoke for the needs of the artisans and a part of the urban workers.
The only other national parties of importance were the right-wing Popular Alliance (Alianza Popular; AP) and the Spanish Communist Party (Partido Comunista de España; PCE).
The liberals, who have gained political ground by staunchly opposing Catalan independence, refused to vote for the PSOE motion and were the only major party to back the Partido Popular.
Enrique Peña Nieto, (born July 20, 1966, Atlacomulco, Mexico), Mexican politician of the Institutional Revolutionary Party (Partido Revolucionario Institucional; PRI) who served as the president of Mexico (2012–18).
Among the lesser parties are the Mexican Ecological Green Party (Partido Verde Ecologista Mexicano; PVEM), the leftist Labour Party (Partido del Trabajo; PT), and the Democratic Convergence Party (PCD).
… (Partido Liberal Constitucionalista; PLC), the Conservative Party of Nicaragua (Partido Conservador de Nicaragua; PCN), and the Sandinista National Liberation Front (Frente Sandinista de Liberación Nacional; FSLN).
A grand coalition with the conservative Partido Popular is mathematically possible but politically extremely unlikely, while the right-wing parties – Citizens, PP and the far-right Vox – do not have enough seats between them as a bloc to form a government.
Instead, the fragmentation of the right-wing vote, partly a reaction to the Catalan secessionist drive – with swathes of traditional Partido Popular (PP) supporters shifting to Vox or centre-right Ciudadanos – is set to hand the Socialists their first election victory in over a decade.
The main opposition parties, the conservative Partido Popular and centre-right Ciudadanos Party have insisted they will respect the law – and with that, the exhumation – but some of their top figures have nonetheless strongly accused the prime minister of “dividing the country” by carrying it out.
Originally called the National Revolutionary Party (Partido Revolucionario Nacional), the party was renamed the Mexican Revolutionary Party (Partido de la Revolución Mexicana) in 1938 and took its current name, Institutional Revolutionary Party (Partido Revolucionario Institucional; PRI), in 1946.
In the early 21st century there were several minor parties operating at the national level: the Spanish Green Party (Partido Verde Español; PVE), the Liberal Party (Partido Liberal; PL), and the Spanish Workers’ Party–Communist Unity (Partido de los Trabajadores de España–Unidad Comunista; PTE-UC).
In addition to the PAIGC, other political parties active in the country include the Social Renewal Party (Partido para a Renovação Social; PRS), the United Social Democratic Party (Partido Unido Social Democrata; PUSD), the Electoral Union (União Eleitoral; UE), and the United Popular Alliance (Aliança Popular Unida; APU).
The Brazilian Social Democratic Party (PSDB) was formed in 1988 by leftist congressional members of the Party of the Brazilian Democratic Movement (Partido do Movimento Democrático Brasileiro; PMDB), joined by members from other groups that included the Liberal Front Party (Partido da Frente Liberal; PFL) and the Brazilian Labour Party (Partido Trabalhista Brasileiro; PTB).
Juan Manuel Santos, in full Juan Manuel Santos Calderón, (born August 10, 1951, Bogotá, Colombia), Colombian politician who cofounded (2005) the Social Party of National Unity (Partido Social de Unidad Nacional, or Partido de la U), later served as president of Colombia (2010–18), and was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize in 2016 for his efforts to end the protracted war with the Marxist guerrilla organization FARC (Fuerzas Armadas Revolucionarias de Colombia; “Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia”).
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