The People's Party was a political party in the United States, founded in 1971 by various individuals and local groups, including the Peace and Freedom Party, Commongood People's Party, Country People's Caucus, Human Rights Party, Liberty Union, New American Party, New Party and No Party. The groups saw the party as a united anti-war platform for the coming election.
The People's Party (Partido Popular, formerly known as the Christian Democratic Party of Panama) was founded in the early 1960's. It was the main opposition party during the dictatorship of Manuel Antonio Noriega. The party supported MartÃn Torrijos in the presidential election of 2004.
The People's Party was a political party in Utah Territory during the late 1800s. It was backed by The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (widely known as the LDS or Mormon Church) and its newspaper, the Deseret News. It opposed Utah's Liberal Party.
The People's Party (FÃ³lkaflokkurin) is a conservative political party in the Faroe Islands, led by Anfinn Kallsberg. The party is affiliated to the International Democratic Union. At the last legislative elections on the 20th of January, 2004, the party won 20.6% of the popular vote and six out of 32 seats.
The People's Party (Partidul Popular in Romanian) was a centre-right Christian-Democratic party in Romania, formed in November 2005 by Corneliu Ciontu, previously the president and vice-president of the Greater Romania Party.
The People's Party of Greece (Laiko Komma or Laikon Komma) was a conservative and pro-monarchist political party founded by Dimitrios Gounaris, the main political rival of Eleftherios Venizelos and his Liberal Party.
The People's Party (Stronnictwo Ludowe, abbr. SL) was a Polish political party, active from 1931 in the Second Polish Republic. An agrarian populist party, its power base was composed mostly from peasants.