Democratic Union

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The Democratic Union (Greek Δημοκρατική Ένωσις), was a political alliance of several parties that contested the 1956 general elections in Greece.

Seven parties participating in the Democratic Union ranging from the conservative People's Party to the leftist United Democratic Left:

In the February 19, 1956 elections, the Democratic Union polled a plurality of 1,620,007 votes but elected 132 MPs, second to the National Radical Union of Constantine Karamanlis which formed a government.