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Encyclopedia > Party (law)

A party is a person or group of persons that compose a single entity which can be identified as one for the purposes of the law.


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Yemen Gateway: party law - a comparative perspective (3782 words)
For example, Venezuela passed its party law in 1965, Germany in 1967, Finland in 1969, Austria in 1975, Spain in 1978, Turkey in 1980, Argentina in 1982, Poland in 1990, and Israel in 1992.
In Yemen a party is granted legal status by the approval of the Committee for the Affairs of Parties and Political Organisations (CAPPO), which consists of the Minister of Legal and Parliamentary Affairs as chairman, the Ministers of the Interior and Justice as members, and four non-partisans who must be either retired judges or lawyers.
Parties are associations oriented to the formation of political opinion at Federal or Land level and to participation in the representation of the people in the Federal Parliament (Bundstag) or Regional Parliaments (Landtag).
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