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    270px|Your Party Logo)| leader = | chairman = | president = | secretary = | spokesperson = | leader1_title = Secretary general| leader1_name = | leader2_title = Councilors Leader| leader2_name = | leader3_title = Representatives Leader| leader3_name = Liberal Democratic Party (Japan)>Liberal Democratic PartyUnity Party (Japan)>Unity Party centrism>center| national = | international = None| colours = House of Councillors>Councillors| seats1 = House of Representatives of Japan>Representatives| seats2 = www.your-party.jp}}| country = Japan| colorcode = {{Your Party/meta/color}}}}File:Yourparty-japan-2012a.jpg|thumb|A campaign truck announcing policy outside Kashiwa Station in Chiba.]]{{nihongo|Your Party|みんなの党|Minna no Tō|literally "Everyone's party"}} was a Japanese political party.

    History

    Led by Yoshimi Watanabe, who split from the Liberal Democratic Party (LDP), the party was founded on August 8, 2009 after then-Prime Minister Taro Aso dissolved the lower house. One concept behind the party was to make the government more democratic, and to eliminate control of the government by non-elected members established in the bureaucracy. In this respect, Watanabe has repeatedly stated that his position is compatible with the Democratic Party of Japan.Your Party advocated lower taxation, free enterprise, smaller government, and less regulation.The party fielded 13 candidates in the August 2009 general elections.NEWS,weblink Ex-minister Watanabe starts new political party, Japan Times, August 9, 2009, 2016-06-02, Five of those candidates were elected to the lower house. In the 2010 house of Councillors election, it gained 10 seats.Ruling bloc loses Upper House majority July 12, 2010 Japan Times Retrieved June 1, 2016 It also made gains at the 2011 regional elections, and in the 2012 general election, where it increased its seats from eight in the lower house to eighteen.Following an announcement by Prime Minister Shinzō Abe for an election to be held in December 2014, the party's 20 members voted on November 19, 2014 to disband on November 28, 2014. Falling support and disagreement over whether to side with the ruling coalition in the upcoming election were identified as reasons for the split.Abe’s snap election claims first victim as Your Party disbands November 19, 2014 Japan Times Retrieved June 2, 2016

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    External links

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