Centre Party

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Lev (political Party) - Background
... After Ariel Sharon formed a coalition government with the Centre Party in 2001 following his victory in the special election for Prime Minister, speculation started that Centre ... On 22 May 2002 Milo told fellow Centre Party MKs that he wanted to return to Likud and that he wanted them to come with him ... on 6 November 2002, just Milo and Yehiel Lasri broke away from Centre Party, briefly forming the Lev faction which merged into Likud after only a few minutes in existence ...
Steinar Ness
10 February 1959) is a Norwegian politician for the Centre Party ... From 1984 to 1985 he was the leader of the Centre Youth, the youth wing of the Centre Party ... He would later become general secretary in the Centre Party from 1991 to 1997 ...
Annie Lööf - Career - Party Leader and Minister For Enterprise
... Lööf was elected party leader and party chairman on September 23, 2011, succeeding Maud Olofsson ... She thus became the Centre Party's youngest party chairman ever ... During Almedalsveckan 2012, in her address on the Centre Party day, Lööf criticized her own government for a lack of reform tempo in the Alliance and ...
List Of Agrarian Parties - Active Parties - Europe
... land Islands Centre Albania Agrarian Party, Environmentalist Agrarian Party Belarus Agrarian Party Bosnia and Herzegovina Croatian Peasant Party of Bosnia and Herzegovina Bulgaria People's Union, Agrarian National ...
Centre Party - Historical Parties
... Commonwealth Centre Party National Centre Party (Ireland) Centre Party (Israel) Centre Party (Jersey) Centre Party (Netherlands) Centre Party (Tasmania) ...

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    If the Party could thrust its hand into the past and say of this or that event, it never happened—that, surely, was more terrifying than mere torture and death. ... “Who controls the past,” ran the Party slogan,”controls the future: who controls the present controls the past.”
    George Orwell (1903–1950)

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