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| dissolution = June 20 [[2012]]
 
| dissolution = June 20 [[2012]]
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| headquarters = [[Þorkjavik]], [[Zealandia]]
 
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The '''Zealandian National Party''' ('''ZNP''') was a political party in [[Zealandia]].
 
The '''Zealandian National Party''' ('''ZNP''') was a political party in [[Zealandia]].
 
The ZNP was established after [[Mark Bobssen]] and [[Daniel Morris]] left the [[National Peoples Party (Zealandia)|National Peoples Party]] after a dispute about political direction. The ZNP was in opposition.
 
The ZNP was established after [[Mark Bobssen]] and [[Daniel Morris]] left the [[National Peoples Party (Zealandia)|National Peoples Party]] after a dispute about political direction. The ZNP was in opposition.

Latest revision as of 15:13, 28 October 2020

Zealandian National Party
Zålandienš Landetietur Flokkurinn
Nationella Partiet
Party PresidentVacant
FoundedDecember, 2010
DissolvedJune 20 2012
Split fromNational Peoples Party
HeadquartersÞorkjavik, Zealandia
IdeologyModern::
Nationalism
Right-wing populism
Historical:
Social democracy
Liberalism
Political positionRight-wing to far-right
Official coloursLight blue, white
Seats in Løgþing
0 / 5
Regional Seats
0 / 10
County Governors
0 / 5
Municipalities
0 / 12

The Zealandian National Party (ZNP) was a political party in Zealandia. The ZNP was established after Mark Bobssen and Daniel Morris left the National Peoples Party after a dispute about political direction. The ZNP was in opposition.


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