National Party (Sweden)
The National Party of the Upper House (Swedish: Första kammarens nationella parti), commonly known as the National Party (Swedish: Nationella partiet), was a conservative political party in the upper house of Swedish parliament, formed in 1912 through the merging of the United Right Party (Swedish: Förenade högerpartiet) and the Moderate Party of the Upper House (Swedish: Första kammarens moderata parti). In 1935 the party merged into the parliamentary group of the General Electoral Union (Swedish: Allmänna valmansförbundet), together with the Lantmanna and Bourgeois Party (Swedish: Lantmanna– och borgarepartiet).
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