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Democratic and Labour
Both the Barbados Labour Party and the Democratic Labour Party have formed the government in the elections since 1961.
In 1981, defectors from the moderate wing of the Labour Party, led by former Cabinet ministers Roy Jenkins, David Owen and Shirley Williams, founded the Social Democratic Party.
The origin of the party can be traced back to the ideological divisions in the Labour Party in the 1950s ( with its forerunner being the Campaign for Democratic Socialism established to support the Gaitskellites ), but publicly lies in the 1979 Dimbleby Lecture given by Roy Jenkins as he neared the end of his presidency of the European Commission.
In October 1972 he resigned his seat to force a by-election in which he fought as a Democratic Labour candidate against the official party candidate.
Many original members of the future Social Democratic Party had been members of the Manifesto Group within the Labour Party.
The Bolsheviks, originally also Bolshevists (; derived from bol ' shinstvo, " majority ") were a faction of the Marxist Russian Social Democratic Labour Party ( RSDLP ) which split apart from the Menshevik faction at the Second Party Congress in 1903.
In the 2nd Congress of the Russian Social Democratic Labour Party, held in Brussels and London during August 1903, Lenin and Julius Martov disagreed over the membership rules.
As a result, they ceased to be a faction in the RSDLP and instead declared themselves an independent party, called Russian Social Democratic Labour Party ( bolsheviks )-or RSDLP ( b ).
At the founding congress of the Russian Social Democratic Labour Party ( the predecessor of the Communist Party of the Soviet Union ) Vladimir Lenin was able to gain enough support for the establishment of an all-powerful central organ at the next congress.
The Communist Party of the Soviet Union emerged from the Bolshevik faction of the Russian Social Democratic Labour Party, under the leadership of Vladimir Lenin.
* The Bolshevik faction emerged within the Russian Social Democratic Labour Party as a de facto political bloc separate from the Mensheviks in 1903.
* The RSDLP was formally split in 1912, Henceforth, the Bolshevik faction was known as Russian Social Democratic Labour Party ( bolsheviks ), RSDLP ( b ) (), РСДРП ( б )).

Democratic and Radical
Democratic conservatives approved, while the Radical Republicans, lead by Thaddeus Stevens, Charles Sumner and Ben Wade, were appalled by Johnson's anti-negro policies.
In 1866, Seward and Weed sought out Democratic allies of the President and other conservatives in an effort to establish a stronger base for the President to oppose the Radical Republicans.
The current Senate composition is as follows: 20 seats are held by the Coalition of Parties for Democracy ( CPD ): Six Christian Democrats ( PDC ), eight Socialists ( PS ), three Party for Democracy ( PPD ) and three Social Democrat Radical Party ( PRSD ); 17 by the Alliance for Chile ( APC ): nine Independent Democratic Union ( UDI ) and eight National Renewal ( RN ); and one independent leaning right.
The current lower house — the Chamber of Deputies — contains 65 members of the governing coalition: 21 Christian Democrats ( PDC ), 15 Socialists ( PS ), 22 Party for Democracy ( PPD ) and seven Social Democrat Radical Party ( PRSD ); 54 from the center-right Alliance for Chile ( APC ): 34 Independent Democratic Union ( UDI ) and 20 National Renewal ( RN ); and 1 from the Independent Regional Force ( FRI ) coalition: 1 Regionalist Action Party of Chile ( PAR ).
The Democratic Party and Italy of Values opposed the visit, and many protests were staged throughout Italy by human rights organizations and the Radical Party.
* Radical Democratic Party ( 1902 – present )
* Radical Democratic Party ( 1940 – 1948 )
The moderate effort to compromise with Johnson had failed, and a political fight broke out between the Republicans ( both Radical and moderate ) on one side, and on the other side, Johnson and his allies in the Democratic party in the North, and the conservative groupings ( which used different names ) in each southern state.
Although the People's Revolutionary Party, the South Vietnamese communist party, was the front's " paramount member ", there were two other parties in the NLF, the Democratic Party and the Radical Socialist Party.
Category: Radical Democratic Party ( Germany ) politicians
The Radical League and the Free-thinking Democratic League, two early twentieth century parties are historic exponents of these two traditions.
At the 2004 Presidential election Boris Tadić, candidate of the Democratic Party won over Tomislav Nikolić, of the Serbian Radical Party, sealing the future reform and EU-integration path of Serbia.
Similarly, opposition ( and some support ) was expressed during Reconstruction, such as in 1867, the same year he filed papers incorporating the Johns Hopkins Institutions, when he attempted unsuccessfully to stop the convening of the Constitutional Convention where the Democratic Party came into power and where a new Constitution, the Constitution still in effect, was voted to replace the Constitution of the Radical Republicans previously in power.
* Ernesto Laclau, Chantal Mouffe, Hegemony and Socialist Strategy: Towards a Radical Democratic Politics, Verso, 2001, ISBN 1-85984-330-1
He was affiliated to the Radical Democratic Party.
The inter-war period was marked by political struggle between the city gentry ( organized into the Radical Party, Democratic Party and the Croatian Peasant Party ) and the more socialist parties supported by the ethnic Germans.
It was formed as a result of a merger of several small republican parties, including notably Diego Martinez Barrio's Radical Democratic Party founded in May 1934 by a split from Alejandro Lerroux's Radical Party in protest at the latter's alliance with the right-wing CEDA.
In 1868, he became the chairman of the state Democratic Party central committee, which lost to the Radical Republicans in the election.
In addition, Gilbert Barbier and the Radical Aymeri de Montesquiou sit in the European Democratic and Social Rally ( RDSE ) group.
In 1937, the Radical Party, the Socialist Party, the Communist Party, the Democratic Party, and the Radical Socialist Party, as well as organizations such as the Confederación de Trabajadores de Chile ( CTCH ) trade-union, the Mapuche movement which unified itself in the Frente Único Araucano, and the feminist Movimiento Pro-Emancipación de las Mujeres de Chile ( MEMCh ) allied themselves in the Popular Front (), with Ríos becoming its first president.

Democratic and were
The contributors to this testament were all well-known: a former Democratic candidate for President, a New Deal poet, the magazine's chief editorial writer, two newspaper columnists, head of a national broadcasting company, a popular Protestant evangelist, etc..
In his own state of New York, the two Democratic bellwethers, State Leader Hill and Tammany Boss Murphy, were saying nothing openly against Hearst but industriously boosting their own favorites, Murphy being for Cleveland and Hill for Parker.
The liberals, smelling blood, were faced with the necessity of winning three big votes -- in the Democratic Committee on Committees, in the full party caucus, and on the floor of the House -- before they could oust Colmer.
More than 20, 000 people were forced to leave the Democratic Republic of the Congo in 2009, an action the DR Congo said was in retaliation for regular expulsion of Congolese diamond miners who were in Angola illegally.
He was elected as Governor of Tennessee for two terms ; all these offices were gained as a member of the Democratic Party.
It was also agreed that some reorganization of the cabinet would be helpful to draw more Democratic support ; though changes were made, Seward and Stanton, who had the most tenuous relationship with the party, were not affected.
The New Democrats, organized as the Democratic Leadership Council ( DLC ), were a branch of the Democratic Party that called for welfare reform and smaller government, a policy supported by both Democrats and Republicans.
The two charges passed in the House ( largely with Republican support, but with a handful of Democratic votes as well ) were for perjury and obstruction of justice.
Fears were allayed August 27, 2008, when Clinton enthusiastically endorsed Obama at the 2008 Democratic National Convention, saying that all his experience as president assures him that Obama is " ready to lead ".
They were famously lambasted by Democratic senator Fritz Hollings as " Buffcoat and Beaver.
Among these were the writing of the Fundamental Principles of the Democratic Republic of Afghanistan, introducing a general amnesty for those people imprisoned during Nur Mohammad Taraki's and Amin's rule, and replacing the Khalqist flag with a more traditional one.
While the 1960s were the heyday of liberal activism in Berkeley, it remains one of the most overwhelmingly Democratic cities in the United States.
In the December 1945 Albanian election, the only effective ballot choices were those of the communist Democratic Front ( Albania ), led by Enver Hoxha.
Over 4 million Cambodians ( about 90 % of eligible voters ) participated in the May 1993 elections, although the Khmer Rouge or Party of Democratic Kampuchea ( PDK ), whose forces were never actually disarmed or demobilized, barred some people from participating.
The 10th Party Congress also introduced a ban on factionalism within the Communist Party ; however, what Lenin considered to be ' platforms ', such as the Democratic Centralists and the Workers Opposition, were allowed.
* In Latvia, communist organizations were officially banned and a major part of the party there had broken away in 1990 and formed the Latvian Social Democratic Party.
The most important is the Democratic Forces for the Liberation of Rwanda ( FDLR ), against which Laurent Nkunda's troops were fighting, but other smaller groups such as the anti-Ugandan Lord's Resistance Army are also present.

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