Party of the Nation's Retirees
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The PAN or Partido dos Aposentados da Nação (Party of the Nation's Retirees) was a centrist Brazilian political party founded on November 22, 1995. The alleged objective of the PAN was to protect the interests of the Brazilian retired men.
The PAN was legally recognized as a political party by Brazilian Electoral Superior Court on February 19, 1998.
As of October 2007, the party had 47,103 members.
In October 2007 it was incorporated into the Brazilian Labour Party.
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25 - DEM
| Numbers of Brazilian Official Political Parties
26 - PNR (PAN)
27 - CD (DC)
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