Communist Party: Founded in Russia based on Kael Marx’s theory that everybody must according to his capacity but he must be paid according to his needs. The Communist Party exists in all parts of the world. In India the Party has been split into two, viz, (1) Communist Party of India, (2) Communist Party of India (Marxist).
Conservative Party: One of the political parties in UK, it includes members from rich classes and the church. It is not very much in favour of change and wants to maintain status quo.
Democratic Party: One of the important political parties the USA formed in 1787. It is regarded as a liberal party working for the welfare and upliftment of workers.
Muslim League, Pakistan: The League was founded in 1906 to protect Muslim interest in India. M.A Jinnah was its prominent leader. It has also been recognized in India especially in Kerala, Karnataka, Tamil Nadu and Uttar Pradesh.
Labour Party: An English political party, supported by trade unions and labour organizations and believes in socialism.
Nazi Party: Hitler’s party, which came into power in 1933. It was founded to conquer the world and establish a German empire.
People’s Party: Formed by Z A Bhutto in Pakistan, it won the elections in 1977 but lost power due to imposition of martial law. However, it came into power again in 1988 when Benazir Bhutto won the elections.
People’s Action Party: This is the Ruling Party of Singapore, where no opposition parties are allowed.
Ku-Klux-Klan: The party was organized to maintain the purity of the American race in the Southern States of America. It opposes Negro, Jewish and Catholic Society.
Kenya African National Union (KANU): Important political party in Kenya.