Farmers’ and Workers’ Party

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The Farmers' and Workers' Party (Greek Αγροτικόν και Εργατικόν Κόμμα or, more commonly, Aγροτοεργατικό Κόμμα), was a centrist, Venizelist political party formed in Greece, in 1932, by Alexandros Papanastasiou as a continuation of his Democratic Union Party.

In the general elections of 1932, the Farmers’ and Workers’ Party received 5.9% of the vote.

In 1936, Papanastasiou died and his party dissolved.