List of Political Parties Eligible to Participate in the icapp activities




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List of Political Parties Eligible to Participate in the ICAPP Activities

(335 Political Parties in 53 Countries and 1 Territory)
As of May 18, 2012
Afghanistan (as of September 18, 2010) : 11

*Since most candidates for the Wolesi Jirga run without a party affiliation on the ballot, the strength of parties in the parliament can only be estimated.



  1. Islamic Society (Jamiat-e Islami) (*/249)

  2. People’s Islamic Unity Party of Afghanista (Hezb-e Wahdat Mardum) (*/249)

  3. National Islamic Movement of Afghanista (Hezb-e Junbish Milli Islami) (*/249)

  4. Republican Party of Afghanistan (Hezb-e Jumhori) (*/249)

  5. Islamic Unity Party of Afghanistan (Hezb-e Wahdat Islami) (*/249)

  6. National Islamic Front of Afghanistan (Hezb-e Mahaz Milli Islami) (*/249)

  7. National Solidarity Party of Afghanistan (Hezb-e Paiwand Milli) (*/249)

  8. Islamic Dawah Organization of Afghanistan (Hezb-e Tanzim Dahwat Islami) (*/249)

  9. Islamic Movement of Afghanistan (Hezb-e Harakat Islami) (*/249)

  10. Afghan Social Democratic Party (Hezb-e Afghan Millat) (*/249)

  11. Islamic Party (Hezb-e Islami) (*/249)


Armenia (as of May 6, 2012) : 7

  1. Republican Party of Armenia (Hayastani Hanrapetakan Kusaktsutyun) (69/131)

  2. Prosperous Armenia Party (Bargavadj Hayastani Kusaktsutyun) (36/131)

  3. Armenian National Congress (Hay Azgayin Kongres) (7/131)

  4. Armenian Revolutionary Federation (Hay Heghapokhakan Dashnaktsutiun) (6/131)

  5. Rule of Law Party (Orinants Erkir) (6/131)

  6. Heritage Party (Zharangutiun) (5/131)

Eligible by size of popular votes won –

  1. Armenina Communist Party (Hayastani Komunistakan Kusaktsutyun) (1.06/100)


Australia (as of August 21, 2010) : 5

  1. Australian Labor Party (72/150)

  2. Liberal Party of Australia (44/150)

  3. Liberal National Party (QLD) (21/150)

  4. National Party of Australia (6/150)

Eligible by size of popular votes won –

  1. Australian Greens (1/150, 11.8/100)


Azerbaijan (as of November 7, 2010) : 5

  1. New Azerbaijan Party (Yeni Azərbaycan Partiyası) (72/125)

  2. Civic Solidarity Party (Vətəndaş Həmrəyliyi Partiyası) (3/125)

  3. Motherland Party (Ana Vətən Partiyası) (2/125)

Eligible by size of popular votes won –

  1. Equality Party (Musavat) (1.8/100)

  2. Azerbaijani Popular Front Party (Azərbaycan Xalq Cəbhəsi Partiyası) (1.3/100)


Bahrain (as of March 10, 2011) : 4

  1. Al-Wefaq National Islamic Society (Jam'iyyat al-Wifaq al-watani al-islamiyya) (18/40)

  2. Independent Block (12/40)

  3. Al Asalah National Islamic Society (4/40)

  4. Al Menbar National Islamic Society (3/40)


Bangladesh (as of Dec 29, 2008) : 5

  1. Bangladesh Awami League (230/300)

  2. Bangladesh Nationalist Party (30/300)

  3. National Party Ershad (Jatiya Party Ershad) (27/300)

  4. National Socialist Party (Samajtantrik Dal) (3/300)

Eligible by size of popular votes won –

  1. Jamaat-e-Islami Bangladesh (2/300, 4.6/100)


Bhutan (as of March 24, 2008) : 2

  1. Bhutan Peace and Prosperity Party (Druk Phuensum Tshogpa ) (45/47)

  2. People's Democratic Party (2/47)


Cambodia (as of July 27, 2008) : 6

  1. Cambodian People’s Party (Kanakpak Pracheachon Kâmpuchéa) (90/123)

  2. Sam Rainsy Party (Kanakpak Sam Raeangsee) (26/123)

  3. Human Rights Party (Parti des droits de l'homme ) (3/123)

  4. Norodom Ranariddh Party (2/123)

  5. FUNCINPEC Party (2/123)

Eligible by size of popular votes won –

  1. League for Democracy Party (1/123, 1.6/100)


China : 1

  1. Communist Party of China


Cyprus (as of May 22, 2011) : 7

  1. Democratic Rally - DISY (Dimokratikós Sinayermós) (20/56)

  2. Progressive Party of Working People - AKEL (Anorthotikó Kómma Ergazómenou Laoú) (19/56)

  3. Democratic Party - DIKO (Dimokratikó Kómma) (9/56)

  4. Movement for Social Democracy- EDEK (Kinima Sosialdimokraton Eniaia Dimokratiki Enosi Kentrou) (5/56)

Eligible by size of popular votes won –

  1. European Party - EURO.KO (Evropaiko Komma) (2/56, 3.88/100)

  2. Ecological and Environmental Movement - Cyprus Green Party (Kinima Oikologon Perivallontiston) (1/56, 2.21/100)

  3. National Popular Front (Ethniko Laiko Metopo) (1.08/100)


East Timor (as of June 30, 2007) : 10

  1. Revolutionary Front for an Independent East Timor - Fretilin (Frente Revolucionária do Timor-Leste Independente) (21/65)

  2. National Congress for Timorese Reconstruction (Congresso Nacional da Reconstrução Timorense) (18/65)

  3. Coalition of Social Democratic Party (Partido Social Democrata) and Timorese Social Democratic Association (Associaçao Social-Democrata de Timor) (11/65)

  4. Democratic Party (Partido Democrático) (8/65)

  5. National Unity Party (Partido Unidade Nacional) (3/65)

  6. Democratic Alliance (Aliança Democratica) (2/65)

  7. National Democratic Union of Timorese Resistance (União Nacional Democrática de Resistência Timorense) (2/65)

Eligible by size of popular votes won –

  1. Democratic Republic of Timor-Leste Party (Partido Democratika Republica de Timor) (1.9/100)

  2. Republican Party (Partidu Republikanu) (1.1/100)

  3. Christian Democratic Party (Partido Democrata Cristão) (1.0/100)


Fiji (as of May 13, 2006) : 5

*Since Dec. 2006, political activities have been restricted due to coup d’état.

  1. Soqosoqo Duavata ni Lewenivanua (SDL) (36/71)

  2. Fiji Labor Party (FLP) (31/71)

  3. United People’s Party (UPP) (2/71)

Eligible by size of popular votes won –

  1. National Federation Party (NFP) (6.2/100)

  2. National Alliance Party of Fiji (NAPF) (2.9/100)


Georgia (as of May 21, 2008) : 5

  1. United National Movement for Victorious Georgia (Ertiani Natsionaluri Modzraoba) (119/150)

  2. The Joint Opposition (Memarjvene Opozicia) (17/150)

  3. Christian-Democratic Movement (K’ristianul-demokratiuli modzraoba) (6/150)

  4. Labor Party (Sakartvelos Leoboristuli Partia) (6/150)

  5. Republican Party (Sak’art’velos respublikuri partia) (2/150)


India (as of May 13, 2009) : 14

  1. Indian National Congress (206/543)

  2. Bharatiya Janata Party (Indian People's Party) (116/543)

  3. Left Democratic Front Coalition (24/543)

  4. Samajwadi Party (Socialist Party) (23/543)

  5. Bahujan Samaj Party (21/543)

  6. Janata Dal (United) (20/543)

  7. All India Trinamool Congress (19/543)

  8. Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam (Dravidian Progress Federation) (18/543)

  9. Biju Janata Dal (14/543)

  10. Shiv Sena (Army of Shiv) (11/543)

  11. All India Anna Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam (9/543)

  12. Nationalist Congress Party (9/543)

  13. Telugu Desam Party (Party for Telugu Land and People) (6/543)

Eligible by size of popular votes won –

  1. Rashtriya Janata Dal (National People's Party) (4/543, 1.3/100)


Indonesia (as of April 9, 2009) : 13

  1. Democratic Party (Partai Demokrat) (148/560)

  2. Party of the Functional Groups - Golkar (Partai Golongan Karya) (106/560)

  3. Indonesian Democratic Party – Struggle (Partai Demokrasi Indonesia Perjuangan) (94/560)

  4. Prosperous Justice Party (Partai Keadilan Sejahtera) (57/560)

  5. National Mandate Party (Partai Amanat Nasional) (46 /560)

  6. United Development Party (Partai Persatuan Pembangunan) (38/560)

  7. National Awakening Party (Partai Kebangkitan Bangsa) (28/560)

  8. Great Indonesia Movement Party (Partai Gerakan Indonesia Raya) (26/560)

  9. People's Conscience Party (Partai Hati Nurani Rakyat) (17/560)

Eligible by size of popular votes won –

  1. Crescent Star Party (Partai Bulan Bintang) (1.8/100)

  2. Prosperous Peace Party (Partai Damai Sejahtera) (1.5/100)

  3. Concern for the Nation Functional Party (Partai Karya Peduli Bangsa) (1.4/100)

  4. Reform Star Party (Partai Bintang Reformasi) (1.2/100)


Iran (as of May 4, 2012) : 3

  1. Conservatives (182/290)

  2. Reformists (75/290)

  3. Religious Minorities (14/290)


Iraq (as of March 7, 2010) : 9

  1. Iraqi National Movement – al Iraqiya(Al-Haraka al-Wataniya al-Iraqiyya) (91/325)

  2. State of Law Coalition (I'tilāf Dawlat al-Qānūn‎) (89/325)

  3. National Iraqi Alliance (Al-Itilaf al-Watani al-Iraqi) (70/325)

  4. Kurdistan List (Lîstî Kurdistan) (43/325)

  5. Movement for Change – Gorran (Rewtî Gorran) (8/325)

  6. Iraqi Accord Front – al Tawafuq (Jabahat al-Tawafuq) (6/325)

  7. Unity Alliance of Iraq (I’itilaf Wehdat al-Iraq) (4/325)

  8. Kurdistan Islamic Union (Yekgirtuy Islami Kurdistan) (4/325)

Eligible by size of popular votes won –

  1. Islamic Group of Kurdistan/Irak (Komele Islami le Kurdistan/Iraq) (2/325, 1.3/100)


Israel (as of Feb. 10, 2009) : 12

  1. Kadima Party(Forward) (28/120)

  2. Likud Party(Consolidation) (27/120)

  3. Yisrael Beiteinu Party (Israel is Our Home) (15/120)

  4. Avoda Party (Israeli Labor Party ) (13/120)

  5. Shas Party (11/120)

  6. United Torah Judaism Party (5/120)

  7. United Arab List (al-Qā'ima al-'Arabiyya al-Muwaḥḥada; Reshima Aravit Me'uhedet) (4/120)

  8. National Union (HaIhud HaLeumi) (4/120)

  9. Hadash Party (4/120)

  10. New Movement-Meretz (HaTnuah HaHadasha-Meretz) (3/120)

  11. The Jewish Home (HaBayit HaYehudi) (3/120)

  12. Balad Party (3/120)


Japan (as of August 30, 2009) : 7

  1. Democratic Party of Japan (Minshutō) (308/480)

  2. Liberal Democratic Party (Jiyū-Minshutō) (119/480)

  3. New Komeito Party (Kōmeitō) (21/480)

  4. Japanese Communist Party (9/480)

  5. Social Democratic Party (Shakai Minshu-tō) (7/480)

  6. Your Party (Minna no Tō) (5/480)

Eligible by size of popular votes won –

  1. People's New Party (Kokumin Shintō) (3/480, 1.7/100)


Jordan (as of Nov. 9, 2010) : 14

*The following 14 political parties share 120 seats in the parliament.



  1. Islamic Action Front (Jabhat al-'Amal al-Islami)

  2. Jordanian Democratic Popular Unity Party

  3. Arab Islamic Democratic Movement (Al-Haraka al-Arabiyya al-Islamiyya al-Dimaqrati)

  4. Communist Party of Jordan (Al-Hizb al-Shuyui al-Urduni)

  5. Future Party (Hizb al-Mustaqbal)

  6. Jordanian Democratic Left Party (yasari-d-al-Dimagrati al-Urduni)

  7. Jordanian Arab Democratic Party (Al-Hizb al-Arabi al-Dimaqrati al-Urduni)

  8. Jordanian Arab Socialist Baath Party (Hizb al-Baath al-Ishtiraki al-Urduni)

  9. Jordanian People’s Democratic Party (Hizb al-Shaab al-Dimaqrati al-Urduni)

  10. Jordanian Peace Party

  11. Jordanian Progressive Democratic Party (Al-Hizb al-Taqaddumi al-Dimaqrati al-Urduni)

  12. Jordanian Socialist Democratic Party (Al-Hizb al-Dimaqrati al-Ishtiraki al-Urduni)

  13. Muslim Centre Party (Hizb al-Wasat al-Islami)

  14. National Constitutional Party (al-Hizb al-Watani al-Doustori)


Kazakhstan (as of January 15, 2012) : 5

  1. People’s Democratic Party “Nur Otan” (83/98)

  2. Democratic Party of Kazakhstan Ak Zhol “Bright Path” (Qazaqstan Demokratiyalyk Partiyasi Ak Zhol) (8/98)

  3. Communist People’s Party of Kazakhstan (Qazaqstan Khalyk Kommunistik Partiyasi) (7/98)

Eligible by size of popular votes won –

  1. Nationwide Social Democratic Party (Zhalpyulttyk Sotsial-Demokratiyalyk Partiya) (1.68/100)

  2. Kazakhstani Social Democratic Party Auyl “Village” (Auyl Sotsial-Demokratiyalyk Partiyasi) (1.19/100)


Kiribati (as of October 21, 2011) : 3

*The exact number of seats is still in the process of confirmation.



  1. Pillars of Truth Party (Boutokaan Te Koaua) (*/46)

  2. Tetaua Taiati” Party (*/46)

  3. Maurin Kiribati Pati (*/46)


Korea, Democratic People’s Republic of : 1

  1. Workers’ Party of Korea (Rodong Dang)


Korea, Republic of (as of April 11, 2012) : 4

    1. Saenuri Party (New Frontier Party) (152/300)

    2. Democratic United Party (127/300)

    3. United Progressive Party (13/300)

    4. Liberty Forward Party (5/300)


Kuwait (as of Feb. 2, 2012) : 4

  1. Islamic Salafi Alliance (Sunni Islamists) (13/50)

  2. Popular Action Bloc (13/50)

  3. National Islamic Alliance (Shia Islamists) (7/50)

  4. Pro-goernment Sunni (5/50)


Kyrgyzstan (as of Oct. 10, 2010) : 5

  1. Ak Zhol (28/120)

  2. Social Democratic Party of Kyrgyzstan (SDPK) (26/120)

  3. Ar-Namys (25/120)

  4. Respublika Party of Kyrgyzstan (23/120)

  5. Ata-Meken (18/120)


Laos (as of April 30, 2011) : 1

  1. Lao People’s Revolutionary Party (128/132)


Lebanon (as of June 7, 2009) : 13

  1. Future Movement (Tayyar Al Mustaqbal) (26/128)

  2. Free Patriotic Movement (Al-Tayyar Al-Watani Al-Hur) (18/128)

  3. Amal Movement (Harakat Amal) (13/128)

  4. Hezbollah (Shia Islamist) (12/128)

  5. Progressive Socialist Party (Al-Hizb al-Taqadummi al-Ishtiraki) (11/128)

  6. Lebanese Forces (Al-quwat al-lubnāniyya) (8/128)

  7. Lebanese Social Democratic Party – Kataeb (Hizb al-Kataeb) (5/128)

  8. National Agreement Bloc (Tripoli Bloc) (4/128)

  9. Lebanese Democratic Party (Hizb al-democraty al-lubnany) (4/128)

  10. Marada Movement (El Marada) (3/128)

  11. Social Democrat Hunchakian Party (2/128)

  12. Syrian Social Nationalist Party (Al-Hizb as-Sūrī al-Qawmī al-Ijtimā'ī) (2/128)

  13. Armenian Tashnaq Party (Hay Heghapokhagan Tashnagtsutiun) (2/128)


Malaysia (as of March 8, 2008) : 13

  1. United Malays National Organization (Pertubuhan Kebangsaan Melayu Bersatu, UMNO) (79/222)

  2. People's Justice Party - KeADILan (Parti Keadilan Rakyat, PKR) (31/222)

  3. Democratic Action Party (Parti Tindakan Demokratik, DAP) (28/222)

  4. Pan-Malaysian Islamic Party (Parti Islam SeMalaysia, PAS) (23/222)

  5. Malaysian Chinese Association (Persatuan Cina Malaysia, MCA) (15/222)

  6. United Traditional Bumiputera Party (Parti Pesaka Bumiputera Bersatu, PBB) (14/222)

  7. Sarawak United People's Party (Parti Rakyat Bersatu Sarawak, SUPP) (6/222)

  8. Sarawak People's Party (Parti Rakyat Sarawak, PRS) (6/222)

  9. Sarawak Progressive Democratic Party (Parti Demokratik Progresif Sarawak, SPDP) (4/222)

  10. United Pasokmomogun Kadazandusun Murut Organization
    (Pertubuhan Pasok Momogun Kadazandusun Bersatu, UPKO) (4/222)

  11. Malaysian Indian Congress (Kongres India Se-Malaysia, MIC) (3/222)

  12. United Sabah Party (Parti Bersatu Sabah, PBS) (3/222)

Eligible by size of popular votes won –

  1. Malaysian People's Movement Party (Parti Gerakan Rakyat Malaysia, Gerakan) (2.2/100, 2/222)


Maldives (as of May 9, 2009) : 5

  1. Dhivehi Rayyithunge Party (Maldivian Peoples Party ) (28/77)

  2. Maldivian Democratic Party (26/77)

  3. People's Alliance (7/77)

  4. Dhivehi Qaumee Party (2/77)

  5. Republican Party (Jumhooree party) (1/77)


Marshall Islands (as of Nov. 21, 2011) : 2

*The exact number of seats is still in the process of confirmation.



  1. Kabua Party (Aelon Kein Ad) (*/33)

  2. United Democratic Party (UDP) (*/33)


Mongolia (as of June 29, 2008) : 4

  1. Mongolian People’s Party (Mongol Ardyn Khuv'sgalt Nam) (45/76)

  2. Democratic Party (Ardchilsan Nam) (27/76)

  3. Civic Will Party (Irgenii Zorig Nam ) (1/76)

  4. Civic Coalition (Irgenii Evsel) (1/76)


Myanmar (as of April 1, 2012) : 6

  1. Union Solidarity and Development Party (USDP) (212/440)

  2. National League for Democracy (NLD) (37/440)

  3. Shan Nationalities Democratic Party (SNDP) (18/440)

  4. National United Party (NUP) (12/440)

  5. National Democratic Force (NDF) (8/440)

  6. Rakhine Nationalities Development Party (RNDP) (8/440)


Nepal (as of April 10, 2008) : 9

  1. Unified Communist Party of Nepal (Maoist) (229/600)

  2. Nepali Congress (115/600)

  3. Communist Party of Nepal (UML) (108/600)

  4. Madhesi People's Rights Forum Nepal (54/600)

  5. Tarai-Madhesh Loktantrik Party (21/600)

  6. Sadbhavana Party (9/600)

  7. Communist Party of Nepal (Marxist-Leninist) (9/600)

  8. Rashtriya Prajatantra Party (National Democratic Party ) (8/600)

  9. Janamorcha Nepal (People's Front Nepal) (8/600)


New Zealand (as of Nov. 26, 2011) : 8

  1. National Party (59/121)

  2. Labour Party (34/121)

  3. Green Party (14/121)

  4. New Zealand First (8/121)

  5. Maori Party (3/121)

  6. Mana Party(1/121)

  7. ACT New Zealand (1/121)

  8. United Future (1/121)


Pakistan (as of February 18, 2008) : 7

  1. Pakistan People’s Party Parliamentarians (PPP-P) (124/340)

  2. Pakistan Muslim League (N) (Nawaz) (91/340)

  3. Pakistan Muslim League (Q) (Quaid-i-Azam) (54/340)

  4. Muttahida Quami Movement (United National Movement) (25/340)

  5. Awami National Party (13/340)

  6. Muttahida Majlis-e-Amal coalition (7/340)

  7. Pakistan Muslim League (F) (Functional) (5/340)


Papua New Guinea (as of July 14, 2007) : 15

  1. National Alliance Party (30/109)

  2. Papua New Guinea Party (8/109)

  3. People's Action Party (6/109)

  4. United Resources Party (5/109)

  5. People's Democratic Movement (5/109)

  6. Pangu Party (5/109)

  7. People's Progress Party (5/109)

  8. People's National Congress Party (5/109)

  9. New Generation Party (4/109)

  10. Rural Development Party (4/109)

  11. People's Party (3/109)

  12. Melanesian Liberal Party (2/109)

  13. People's Labor Party (2/109)

  14. Papua New Guinea Country Party (2/109)

  15. United Party (2/109)


Philippines (as of May 10, 2010) : 7

  1. Lakas-Kampi CMD (Lakas-Kabalikat ng Malayang Pilipino-Christian Muslim Democrats) (106/2863)

  2. Liberal Party (Partido Liberal ng Pilipinas) (44/286)

  3. NPC (Nationalist People’s Coalition) (29/286)

  4. Nacionalista (Nationalist Party) (25/286)

  5. PMP (Pwersa ng Masang Pilipino) (4/286)

  6. KKK/Liveral joint ticket (3/286)

  7. AKB (Ako Bicol Political Party) (3/286)


Russia (as of Dec. 4, 2011) : 5

  1. United Russia Party (Yedinaya Rossiya) (238/450)

  2. Communist Party of Russian Federation (Kommunisticheskaya Partiya Rossiskoy Federatsii) (92/450)

  3. A Just Russia Party (Spravedlivaya Rossiya) (26/450)

  4. Liberal Democratic Party of Russia (Liberal'no-Demokraticheskaya Partiya Rossii) (16/450)

Eligible by size of popular votes won –

  1. Russian United Democratic Party - Yabloko (Rossiyskaya obyedinyonnaya demokraticheskaya partiya "Yabloko")(3.4/100)


Samoa (as of March 4, 2011) : 2

  1. Human Rights Protection Party (36/49)

  2. Tautua Samoa Party (13/49)


Singapore (as of May 7, 2011) : 7

  1. People’s Action Party (81/87)

  2. Workers’ Party (6/87)

Eligible by size of popular votes won –

  1. National Solidarity Party (12.04/100)

  2. Singapore Democratic Party (4.83/100)

  3. Reform Party (4.28/100)

  4. Singapore People’s Party (3.11/100)

  5. Singapore Democratic Alliance (2.78/100)


Solomon Islands (as of August 4, 2010) : 11

  1. Solomon Islands Democratic Party (13/50)

  2. Ownership, Unity and Responsibility Party (OUR Party) (4/50)

  3. Reform Democratic Party (3/50)

  4. People's Alliance Party (2/50)

  5. Rural Advancement Party (2/50)

  6. Rural Development Party (1/50)

  7. Solomon Islands National Party (1/50)

  8. Solomon Islands Liberal Party (1/50)

  9. People’s Federation Party (1/50)

  10. People’s Congress Party (1/50)

  11. Rural and Urban Political Party (1/50)


Sri Lanka (as of April 8, 2010) : 4

  1. United People's Freedom Alliance (144/225)

  2. United National Front (60/225)

  3. Tamil National Alliance (Tamit tēciyakkūamaippu) (14/225)

  4. Democratic National Alliance (Janatha Vimukthi Peramuna – JVP) (7/225)


Syria (as of May 7, 2012) : 1

*Single Party System with multiple factions.

  1. National Progressive Front (169/250)

- Arab Socialist Ba’ath Party

- Arab Socialist Movement

- Arab Socialist Union

- Communist Party of Syria

- Social Democratic Unionists

- Socialist Unionists

- Syrian Social Nationalist Party

- Democratic Socialist Unionist Party

- Arabic Democratic Unionist Party

- National Vow Movement



Tajikistan (as of Feb. 28, 2010) : 5

  1. People's Democratic Party of Tajikistan (Hizbi Demokrati-Khalkii Tojikston) (55/63)

  2. Communist Party of Tajikistan (Hizbi Kommunistīi Tojikston) (2/63)

  3. Islamic Renaissance Party of Tajikistan (Nahzati Islomi Tojikiston) (2/63)

  4. Agrarian Party of Tajikistan (2/63)

  5. Economic Reforms Party (2/63)


Thailand (as of July 3, 2011) : 6

  1. Pheu Thai Party (265/480)

  2. Democrat Party (Phak Prachathipat) (159/500)

  3. Bhumjaithai Party (BJT) - "Blue Shirts" (34/500)

  4. Thai Nation Development Party (Phak Chat Thai Patthana) (19/500)

  5. National Development Party for the Homeland (Chart Pattana Puea Pandin Party) (7/500)

  6. Phalang Chon Party (7/500)


Tonga (as of Nov. 25, 2010) : 3

  1. Democratic Party of the Friendly Islands (12/26)

Eligible by size of popular votes won –

  1. People's Democratic Party (2.4/100)

  2. Paati Langafonua Tu'uloa (Sustainable Nation-Building Party ) (1.4/100)


Turkey (as of June 12, 2011) : 4

  1. Justice and Development Party – AK Party (Adalet ve Kalkınma Partisi, AKP) (327/550)

  2. Republican People's Party (Cumhuriyet Halk Partisi, CHP) (135/550)

  3. Nationalist Movement Party (Milliyetçi Hareket Partisi, MHP) (53/550)

Eligible by size of popular votes won –

  1. Felicity Party (Saadet Partisi) (1.3/100)


Turkmenistan (as of Dec. 14, 2008) : 1

  1. Democratic Party of Turkmenistan (125/125)


Uzbekistan (as of Jan. 10, 2010) : 4

    1. Uzbekistan Liberal Democratic Party (O'zbekiston Liberal Demokratik Partiyasi) (53/135)

    2. People's Democratic Party of Uzbekistan (O'zbekistan Xalq Demokratik Partiyasi) (32/135)

    3. Uzbekistan National Revival Democratic Party – “Milliy Tiklanish” (O'zbekiston Milliy Tiklanish Demokratik Partiyasi) (31/135)

    4. Justice Social Democratic Party – “Adolat(Adolat Sotsial Demokratik Partiyasi) (19/135)


Vanuatu (as of Sep. 2, 2008) : 15

  1. Party of Our Land (Vanua'aku Parti) (11/52)

  2. Vanuatu National United Party (Parti national uni) (8/52)

  3. Union of Moderate Parties (Union des Partis moderés) (7/52)

  4. Vanuatu Republican Party (Parti républicain de Vanuatu) (7/52)

  5. People’s Progressive Party (Parti progressiste populaire) (4/52)

  6. Green Confederation (Confédération verte) (2/52)

  7. Vanuatu Labor Party (1/52)

  8. VPRFP Party (1/52)

  9. Shepherds Alliance Party (1/52)

  10. Melanesian Progressive Party (1/52)

  11. People's Action Party (1/52)

  12. Vanuatu Family First Party (1/52)

  13. Namangi Aute (1/52)

  14. Nagriamel (1/52)

  15. Vanuatu National Party (1/52)


Vietnam : 1

  1. Communist Party of Vietnam (Đảng Cộng sản Việt Nam)


Yemen (as of April 27,2003) : 4

  1. General People's Congress (Al-Mu'tammar al-Sha'bi al-'Am) (238/301)

  2. Yemeni Congregation for Reform (Al-Tajmu al-Yamani li al-Islah) (46/301)

  3. Yemen Socialist Party (Hizb al-Ishtirakiya al-Yamaniya) (8/301)

Eligible by size of popular votes won –

  1. Nasserite Unionist People's Organisation (Al-Tantheem al-Wahdawi al-Sha'bi al-Nasseri) (3/301, 1.9/100)


Palestinian National Authority (as of Jan. 25, 2006) : 5

  1. Hamas (Harakat al-muqāwamah al-islāmiyyah) (74/132)

  2. Fatah (Harakat al-tahrīr al-filastīn) (45/132)

  3. Abu Ali Mustafa (Al-Jabhah al-Sha`biyyah li-Taḥrīr Filasṭīn) (3/132)

  4. Al-badeel (2/132)

- Democratic Front for the Liberation of Palestine (Al-jabhah al-dīmūqrātiyyah li-tahrīr filastīn)

- Palestinian People’s Party (Hizb al-sha'b al-filastīnī)



- Palestine Democratic Union (Al-ittihād al-dīmūqrātī al-filastīnī)

  1. Palestinian National Initiative (Al-Mubadara al-Wataniyya al-Filistiniyya) (2/132)


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