Center Union


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Center Union

 

(in Greek, Enosis Kentru), a bourgeois political party in Greece that existed from 1961 to 1967. In October 1974, right-wing members of the former Center Union founded the Center Union-New Forces Party, which was renamed the Union of the Democratic Center in February 1976.

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