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During the elections, it obtained approximately 600,000 votes and a large majority of the Ukrainian seats in the Polish parliament.
UNDO's support for the Jews was largely driven by the belief that actions against Jews would set a precedent for future discrimination against Ukrainians.
In 1933 a group of UNDO members led by Dmytro Paliiv left UNDO to form another party that was uncompromisingly opposed to both Poland as well as the Soviet Union.
Although this new party was more nationalistic and authoritarian, it was legal and continued UNDO's opposition to the terrorism of the Organization of Ukrainian Nationalists.
UNDO was essentially democratic in nature, guided by varying amounts of Catholic, liberal, and socialist ideology.
UNDO supported constitutional democracy and the "organic development" of Ukrainian society that would prepare it for independence once the opportunity arose.