Federal Party

Federal Party may refer to:

  • New York Federalist Party (United States)
  • Federal Party (Argentina)
  • Historical Federales (Argentina)
  • Federal Party (Puerto Rico)
  • Federal Party (Sri Lanka)
  • Federalist Party (France)

Other articles related to "federal party, federal, party":

Bandaranaike–Chelvanayakam Pact - Signing of The Pact
... " In the discussion which the leaders of the Federal Party had with me, an honourable solution was reached ... Bandaranaike reached out to the Federal Party leadership, who agreed to meet the Prime Minister in April 1957 ... The first meeting between a Federal Part delegation comprising its leader S ...
Sri Lankan Tamil Nationalism - After Independence - Federal Party
... In 1949, a new Tamil party, called the Federal Party ("Ilankai Thamil Arasu Kadchi"), was organized by the people who broke away from the ACTC ... Its popularity was also due to the party's opposition to the Ceylon Citizenship Act and the Sinhala Only Act ... As a result, the Federal party became the dominant party in the Tamil districts after the 1956 elections ...
Federal Party (Puerto Rico)
... The Federal Party (Spanish Partido Federal) was a short-lived political party in Puerto Rico ... The Federal Party was founded on October 1, 1899 ... It was formed by Luis Muñoz Rivera and other former members of the Autonomist Party during US military rule of the island following the Spanish-American War ...
List Of Provisional Presidents Of The Argentine Senate
... Name Entered office Left office Party José Acevedo 1856 ... Unitarian Party Tomás Guido 1858 ... Unitarian Party Mariano Fragueiro 1858 ... Unitarian Party Pascual Echagüe ...

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