Union of the Left (Poland)
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|Founded||20 March 2005|
|Headquarters||ul. Powsińska 40/2, 02-903 Warsaw|
|Ideology||Social democracy |
|National affiliation||Europa Plus (2014)|
|Colours||Red, White, Green|
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The Union of the Left (Polish: Unia Lewicy, UL) is a minor social-democratic political party in Poland founded on 20 March 2005 through the union of several left-wing organisations, including Worker's Democracy and the Young Socialists (Młodzi Socjaliści).
Their initial target was to eliminate the far-right All-Polish Youth and provide a left-wing alternative to the Democratic Left Alliance (SLD). The party is supported by the "Democratic Women's Union" (Demokratyczna Unia Kobiet), Polish LGBT rights groups, and several small left-wing organisations.
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