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Arabic Democratic Union Party

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Arabic Democratic Union Party

حزب الاتحاد العربي الديمقراطي
Secretary of the Central CommitteeIyad Ghassan Osman[1]
FounderMuhammad al-Sufi
HeadquartersDamascus, Syria
IdeologyArab nationalism
Political positionLeft-wing
National affiliationNational Progressive Front
ColoursGreen, Red, Black
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The Arabic Democratic Union Party (Arabic: حزب الاتحاد العربي الديمقراطي‎ - Hizb Al-Ittihad Al-'Arabi Al-Dimuqrati) is a nationalist political party in Syria. It is part of the National Progressive Front of legally licensed parties which support the socialist and Arab nationalist orientation of the government and accept the leadership of the Ba'ath Party.[2] In the 22 April 2007 People's Council of Syria election the party was awarded 1 out of 250 seats in the parliament.

The party is committed to the ideals of Nasserism, the party states its intent as, "Building a society that is governed by social justice and in its ideological approach and its struggle is guided by Nasserism, thought and practice". The party is both Arab nationalist and Arab socialist.[3]


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