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The Party for the Animals (Dutch Partij voor de Dieren) is a political party in the Netherlands with two seats in parliament. One of its main goals is fighting for animal rights and animal welfare, though it claims not to be a single-issue party.

Chairwoman and political leader is Marianne Thieme. The party was supported in the run-up to the 22 November 2006 parliamentary elections by several Dutch celebrities, such as writers Maarten 't Hart and Jan Wolkers.

It is the world's first party to gain parliamentary seats with an agenda focused primarily on animal rights.

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Political parties in the Netherlands
Second Chamber: Christian Democratic Appeal (41) | Labour Party (33) | Socialist Party (25) | People's Party for Freedom and Democracy (22) | Party for Freedom (9) | GreenLeft (7) | ChristianUnion (6) | Democrats 66 (3) | Party for the Animals (2) | Political Reformed Party (2)
First Chamber: Christian Democratic Appeal (23) | Labour Party (19) | People's Party for Freedom and Democracy (15) | GreenLeft (5) | Socialist Party (4)| Democrats 66 (3) | ChristianUnion (3) | List Pim Fortuyn (1) | Political Reformed Party (1) | Independent Senate Fraction (1)
European Parliament: Christian Democratic Appeal (7) | Labour Party (7) | People's Party for Freedom and Democracy (4) | GreenLeft (2) | Socialist Party (2) | Europe Transparent (2) | ChristianUnion/Political Reformed Party  (2) | Democrats 66 (1)
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