The National Unity Party (in Albanian: Partia e Unitetit KombÄ—tar) is a political party in Albania. Ahead of the 2005 parliamentary elections, PUK formed a coalition together with three other parties grouped in the "Parties of the Social Spectrum of Albania". The coalition contested the elections as Parties of the Social Spectrum of Albania - National Unity Party (PSSSH-PUK).
The National Unity Party (French: Parti de l'UnitÃ© Nationale) is a political party in the Central African Republic. At the last elections, 13 March and 8 May 2005, its candidate Jean-Paul NgoupandÃ© won 5.1 % of the vote. The party itself didn't win any seat in the National Assembly.
The National Unity Party is a conservative party in Northern Cyprus and was founded by Rauf R. DenktaÅŸ on October 11, 1975. The party had stayed in power from its creation until the 2003 elections with the exception of the period from 1994–1996.
The National Unity Party (Portuguese: Partido de Unidade Nacional) is a political party in Mozambique. At the last legislative elections, 1 and 2 December 2004 , the party was the main part of the Renamo-UE electoral alliance, that won 29.7 % of the popular vote and 90 out of 250 seats. The presidential candidate of this alliance, Afonso Dhlakama, won 31.7 % of the popular vote.
The National Unity Party (Portuguese: Partido da Unidade Nacional) is a political party in Guinea-Bissau. At the last legislative elections, 28 and 30 March 2004, the party won 1.4 % of the popular vote and no seats. In the 2005 presidential election, Idrissa DjalÃ³ of the PUN, won in the first round 0.81%.