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Hramada (Belarusian: Грамада, [ɣramaˈda], sometimes also wrongly spelled as Gramada or confused for the Ukrainian word Hromada or Polish word Gromada) is a Belarusian word that means gathering of people, i.e., assembly. Historically a hramada was meant as a peasant commune, which gathered meetings for discussing and resolving current issues.
Historically the word was often used in names of Belarusian leftist political parties.
Historical political parties:
Modern political parties:
- Belarusian Social Democratic Party (Assembly)
- Belarusian Social Democratic Assembly
- Belarusian Social Democratic Party (People's Assembly)