National Political Union (1984)
The National Political Union (Greek: Εθνική Πολιτική Ένωσις (EΠΕΝ), Ethniki Politiki Enosis (EPEN)) was a Greek far-right political party. The party was founded on January 30, 1984 by jailed former junta leader Georgios Papadopoulos. It participated (unsuccessfully) in the 1985 general election. In the 1984 elections to the European Parliament, the party polled 2.3% of the vote, giving it one of the 24 seats held by Greece.
|Merged into||Hellenic Front|
|European Parliament group||European Right (1984–1989)|
Members of EPENEdit
Well-known members of EPEN were:
(year links to election page)
|Year||Type of Election||Votes||%||Mandates|