Union for the Homeland and the People

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Union for the Homeland and the People

Ένωση για την Πατρίδα και τον Λαό
President Vyron Polydoras
Founder Vyron Polydoras
Founded2014
Dissolved2015
Ideology National conservatism
Christian democracy
Political position Right-wing
Parliament
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European Parliament
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Website
www.enosi-patrida.gr

Union for the Homeland and the People (Greek : Ένωση για την Πατρίδα και τον Λαό) was a minor Greek political party that formed in order to take part in 2014 European Parliament Elections. The party was founded by Vyron Polydoras former deputy of New Democracy and Christos Zois, [1] president of New Reformist Radical Reconstruction. The party also cooperated with Christian Democratic Party of the Overthrow, [2] Panagiotis Psomiadis, [3] a former prefect of Thessaloniki and Stelios Papathemelis, [4] a former president of Panhellenic Macedonian Front. Eventually in European parliament elections, the party ranked in 11th place and took 59,341 votes or 1.04% of votes.

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Election results

European Parliament

Election year# of overall votes% of overall vote# of overall seats won+/-Notes
2014 59,3411.04 (#11)
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