National Democratic Party
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The National Democratic Party (Greek Δημοκρατικό Εθνικό Kόμμα) was a political party in Cyprus founded in May 1968 by Takis Evdokas, a die hard proponent of Enosis (union of Cyprus with Greece).
In the 1970 legislative elections, the National Democratic Party polled 16,655 votes (10.04%) but failed to elect any MPs. In 1976, they joined forces with the Democratic Rally of Glafkos Clerides but were again kept out of Parliament. After the elections, the National Democratic Party was absorbed into the Democratic Rally and ceased to exist.