Hungarian National Independence Party
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The party was established in 1923 by a right-wing breakaway from the Unity Party led by Gyula Gömbös, and initially had seven seats in Parliament. However, promoting a racist agenda, it won only two seats in the 1926 elections.
The party was disbanded in September 1928, with its members rejoining the Unity Party
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