Agrarian People's Union

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Agrarian People's Union
Leader Stefan Litchev
Founded 1996
Split from Bulgarian Agrarian People's Union
Headquarters Sofia
Ideology Agrarianism
Conservatism
Political position Centre-right
International affiliation Centrist Democrat International (observer)
European affiliation None
Colours Orange
National Assembly
0 / 240
European Parliament
0 / 18
Website
http://www.zns.bg/
Politics of Bulgaria
Political parties
Elections

The Agrarian People's Union (Bulgarian: земеделски народен съюз, Zemedelski Naroden Sajuz, ZNS), until 2006 known as the Bulgarian Agrarian People's Union – People's Union (Balgarski Zemedelski Naroden Sajuz – Naroden Sajuz, BZNS-NS), is a conservative agrarian party in Bulgaria.

It was founded in 1996 by a faction of the Bulgarian Agrarian People's Union led by Anastasia Dimitrova-Moser. It contested the parliamentary election in 1997 and 2001 within the center-right United Democratic Forces. In 2005 it was part of the Bulgarian People's Union, that won at the legislative elections, 25 June 2005, 5.7% of the popular vote and 13 out of 240 seats.

A considerable group around the former party leader Anastasia Dimitrova-Moser left the ZNS in 2008 and founded the United Agrarians.

The party is an observer of the Centrist Democrat International (CDI).

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