NPP, noun

Forms:
Also N.P.P.
Origin:
Initial letters of National People’s Party.
historical
A political party which formerly existed to accommodate people of Indian descent. Also attributive.
1984 Survey of Race Rel. 1983 (S.A.I.R.R.) 39With 34 of the 45 seats, the National People’s Party (NPP) is the majority party in the South African Indian Council.
c1988 S. Afr. 1987–8: Off. Yrbk (Bureau for Info.) 171In January 1984 an entirely new grouping — Solidarity — appeared on the scene to present the strongest challenge yet to the NPP.
1989 Race Rel. Survey 1988–9 (S.A.I.R.R.) 695He would use both debates in parliament and the NPP’s power on standing committees to force changes to be made to the Group Areas Act of 1966.
1989 Stanger Mail 21 July 2 (advt)Grow with the People’s Party. The N.P.P. The party for the people!
A political party which formerly existed to accommodate people of Indian descent. Also attributive.
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