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Armenian Populist Party

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The Armenian Populist Party (Armenian: Հայ Ժողովրդական Կուսակցություն) was a political party founded in March 1917 in Russian Armenia. Its members had previously belonged to the Russian Kadet party. The Populists had a liberal programme and drew their support from middle-class Armenians in Tbilisi and Baku.

The Populists had 43 of the 204 representatives in the Armenian National Congress of October 1917 and two of the 15 seats in the subsequent Armenian National Council.

References

Armenian Populist Party Wikipedia


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