United Alignment of Nationalists

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The United Alignment of Nationalists (Greek Ηνωμένη Παράταξις Εθνικοφρόνων), was a conservative coalition formed in Greece to take part in its first post-World War II elections.

The coalition was made up of the Laiko Party of Petros Mavromichalis, Konstantinos Tsaldaris and John Theotokis; the National Liberal Party of Stylianos Gonatas; the Reform Party of Apostolos Alexandris; the Panhellenic National Party of Alexandros Sakellariou and various allied political forces. They polled 55.12% of the vote and elected 206 MPs, easily defeating to the centrist National Political Union.