The New Party (æ–°é»¨, xÄ«ndÄƒng), formerly the Chinese New Party (CNP; ä¸è¯æ–°é»¨, zhÅnghÃºa xÄ«ndÄƒng), is a political party in the Republic of China on Taiwan.
New Party was the interim name used by the Co-operative Commonwealth Federation, a social democratic political party in Canada, during its transition to becoming the New Democratic Party.
The New Party was a political party briefly active in the United Kingdom in the early 1930s. It was formed by Oswald Mosley, who had become disaffected with the Labour Party when at its 1930 conference it narrowly rejected his "Mosley Memorandum", a document he had written outlining how he would deal with the problem of unemployment.
The New Party was an innovative and unusual third political party in the United States that tried to re-introduce the practice of electoral fusion as a political strategy for labor unions and community organizing groups. In electoral fusion, the same candidate receives nomination from more than one political party and occupies more than one ballot line. Fusion was once common in the United States but is now commonly practiced only in New York State, although it is allowed by law in seven other states.
The New Party (Yeni Parti) is a political party in Northern Cyprus. At the last legislative elections for the House of Representatives of Northern Cyprus - held on 20 January, 2005, the party won 1.6 % of the popular vote and 0 out of 50 seats. Its candidate, Nuri Ã‡evikel took at the Northern Cyprus presidential elections of 17 April, 2005 4.8 % of the votes.
The New Party (ÎÎµÏ‰Ï„ÎµÏÎ¹ÏƒÏ„Î¹ÎºÏŒÎ½ ÎšÏŒÎ¼Î¼Î± / Neoteristikon Komma) sometimes, the Modernist Party. (1873 â€“ 1910) was a reformist Greek political party.