National United Front


National United Front
Burma (Myanmar)

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The National United Front was a political coalition in Burma, formed ahead of the April 1956 general election. NUF consisted of the Burma Workers and Peasants Party, the Justice Party led by Dr. E Maung, the People's Unity Party led by Thein Pe Myint, the People's Peace Front and other sectors. NUF won 47 seats in the election.[1]

References

  1. ^ Rose, Saul (1959). Socialism in Southern Asia. p. 132. London: Oxford University Press.

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