|Party||Founded||First represented||Last represented||Dissolved||Maximum representation||MSPs||Notes|
|Scottish Conservative and Unionist Party||1965||1999||Present||N/A||19 (2001)|
|Scottish Green Party||1990||1999||Present||N/A||7 (2003)|
|Scottish Labour Party||1909||1999||Present||N/A||56 (1999)|
|Scottish Liberal Democrats||1988||1999||Present||N/A||17 (1999)|
|Scottish National Party||1934||1999||Present||N/A||69 (2011)|
|Scottish Senior Citizens Unity Party||2003||2003||2007||N/A||1 (2003)||John Swinburne|
|Scottish Socialist Party||1998||1999||2007||N/A||6 (2003)|
|Solidarity||2006||2006||2007||N/A||2 (2006)||Rosemary Byrne; Tommy Sheridan||Split from the Scottish Socialist Party|
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