The National Democratic Alliance is a name used by political parties of several countries:
- National Democratic Alliance for Egypt
- National Democratic Alliance (India)
- National Democratic Alliance (Georgia)
- National Democratic Alliance (Iraq)
- National Democratic Alliance (Israel) - a common misnomer for the National Democratic Assembly
- National Democratic Alliance (Italy) (defunct party)
- National Democratic Alliance (Kuwait)
- National Democratic Alliance (Libya)
- National Democratic Alliance (Malawi)
- National Democratic Alliance (Sierra Leone)
- National Democratic Alliance (Sudan)
- National Democratic Alliance (Trinidad & Tobago)
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... Royal House Government Prime Minister Jaber Al-Mubarak Al-Hamad Al-Sabah Cabinet Legislature National Assembly Speaker Ali Al-Rashid No-Confidence Votes Political Parties Popular Action Bloc ... Of the fifty elected members of Kuwait National Assembly, two belong to the NDA Mohammed Al-Abduljader and Mohammed Al-Sager ...
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