Scots National Pairty

Scots poleetical pairty

The Scots National Pairty[14] (SNP) is a poleetical pairty in Scotland, campainin fur Scots unthirldom. It is a social-democratic pairty. Syne the Scots elections in 2007 the pairty wis in minority government in the Scots Pairlament; in 2011, the SNP wun a majority o the seats of this Pairliment. It is the biggest single pairty or bodie in Scotland campainin.

Scots National Pairty
  • Scottish National Party
  • Pàrtaidh Nàiseanta na h-Alba
LeaderNicola Sturgeon
Depute leaderKeith Brown
Wastminster Group LeaderIan Blackford
Foondit1934 (1934)
Merger o
HeidquartersGordon Lamb House
3 Jackson's Entry
Edinburgh
EH8 8PJ
Student weengFederation o Student Naitionalists
Youth weengYoung Scots for Unthirldom
Membership  (2016)Increase 116,000
Ideology
Poleetical poseetionCentre-left[7][8][9][10]
European affiliationEuropean Free Alliance
European Pairlament groupGreens/EFA
Colours     Yellow
Hoose o Commons (Scots seats)
48 / 59
[11]
European Pairlament (Scots seats)
3 / 6
Scots Pairlament[12]
61 / 129
Local govrenment in Scotland[13]
418 / 1,227
Website
www.snp.org
Politics o Scotland
Political parties

The pairty wis staiblisht in 1934 frae a comin-thegither o the Naitional Pairty o Scotland an the Scots Pairty. It won its first pairlamentary seat in a 1945 by-election (tae the Wastmeinster pairlament). Thay'v 48 seats in the Hoose o Commons.

The pairty's convener is Nicola Sturgeon. She is the current First Meinister o Scotland, heidin a minority government. She is heidyin o the Pairty, an Member o Scots Parliament fur the constituency o Glesga Soothside.

ReferencesEedit

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  7. Robert Garner; Richard Kelly (15 Juin 1998). British Political Parties Today. Manchester University Press. p. 187. ISBN 978-0-7190-5105-0.
  8. Ari-Veikko Anttiroiko; Matti Mälkiä (2007). Encyclopedia of Digital Government. Idea Group Inc (IGI). p. 398. ISBN 978-1-59140-790-4. Retrieved 18 Julie 2013.
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  10. Ibpus.com; International Business Publications, USA (1 Januar 2012). Scotland Business Law Handbook: Strategic Information and Laws. Int'l Business Publications. p. 29. ISBN 978-1-4387-7095-6.
  11. "UK > Parliament MPs and Lords > State of the parties". members.parliament.uk (in Inglis). Pairlament o the Unitit Kinrick. Retrieved 31 August 2020.
  12. BBC (2016). "Scotland Parliament election 2016". BBC News. Retrieved 16 November 2017.
  13. "Local Council Political Compositions". Open Council Date UK. 24 October 2019. Retrieved 24 October 2019.
  14. https://www.parliament.scot/images/Parliament%20Publications/YSP_Scots_final.pdf