For example, the nationalistic Russian National Unity Party uses a stylized swastika in its demonstrations and literature.
What does RNU stand for?
RNU stands for Russian National Unity (political movement)
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We have 7 other meanings of RNU in our Acronym Attic
- Research Network on Time Use (University of Lueneburg Department of Economics and Social Sciences, Research Institute on Professions)
- Reading National Trust Volunteers (UK)
- Radar Netting Unit
- Radiology-Nuclear Medicine
- Raiders News Update
- Regional Neuroscience Units (UK)
- Règlement National d'Urbanisme (French: National Planning Regulations)
- Relative Nitrogen Utilization (biochemistry)
- Republican Network for Unity (Ireland)
- Retail News Update
- Report of Non-University Activities
- Royal Northern and University Club (UK)
- Remote Network User Identification
- Romanian National Unity Party
- Richwood-North Union Public Library (Richwood, OH)
- Regie Nationale des Usines Renault (French: National Director of the Renault Factories)
- Registered Nutritionist (Nutrition Society of Great Britain)
- Rail News Victoria (Australian magazine)
- Range of Natural Variability
- Relax NG (New Generation) Validator
Samples in periodicals archive:
In 2005, then president Vladimir Putin to the dismay of die-hard Communists installed November 4 as a new day of Russian National Unity to replace the November 7 holiday.
Interfax says the rampage was organised by the ultranationalist Russian National Unity party.
RUSSIA: Nazis stamp around in black uniforms and are members of the sinister Russian National Unity Party.
Tikhonov and Khasis, who were arrested in November 2009, were linked by the police to the outlawed extreme-right wing paramilitary party, Russian National Unity (RNU).
The Interfax news agency and Kommersant newspaper, citing law-enforcement sources, reported that the suspects were former members of a banned far-right group called Russian National Unity.
However, his Russian National Unity Party acquired a bad reputation and for this reason Barkashov attempted to register under the umbrella of the new organization 'Spas' (Saviour).
Then Alexander Barkashov, former karate champion and Hitler fan, formed the so-called Barkashovtsi - or the Russian National Unity boys.