What is National Front government?

What is National Front government?

National Front (NF) was a coalition of political parties led by the Janata Dal which formed India’s government between 1989 and 1990 under the leadership of N. T. Rama Rao, popularly known as NTR, as President of national front and V. P. Singh as Convener. The coalition’s prime minister was V. P.

Who ruled India in 1990?

Later Chandra Shekhar became Prime Minister from 10 November 1990 to 21 June 1991 with outside support from Indian National Congress under Rajiv Gandhi. The next 10th Lok Sabha was formed on 20 June 1991 after the 1991 Indian general election.

What is full form of NDA party?

National Democratic Alliance (NDA) (IAST: Rāṣṭrīya Janatāṃtrika Gaṭhabaṃdhana) is an Indian big tent political alliance led by the right-wing Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP).

What does Front National mean in South Africa?

Front National ( Afrikaans: Front Nasionaal, FN) is a South African far-right political party formed in late 2013 as a successor to the Federale Vryheidsparty [af]. The party promotes secession and Afrikaner self-determination. Front National strikes no distinction between English-speaking Whites and Afrikaners in South Africa.

When was the National Front founded?

Founded in 1967, it reached the height of its electoral support during the mid-1970s, when it was briefly the UK’s fourth-largest party in terms of vote share. The NF was founded by A. K. Chesterton, formerly of the British Union of Fascists, as a merger between his League of Empire Loyalists and the British National Party.

When did the FN become a political party in France?

By 2015, the FN had established itself as a major political party in France. At the party congress on 11 March 2018, Marine Le Pen proposed renaming the party to Rassemblement national (National Rally), and on 1 June 2018, the renaming of the party was confirmed, following an 80.81% approval ballot of party members.

What is the National Front and why is it controversial?

The National Front is a far right or extreme right party, having commonalities with older far-right groups while also displaying its own unique ideological traits. Political scientists and historians characterise it as fascist, or more specifically as neo-fascist, a term also used by the British press.