Alliance for Democracy and Development
The Alliance for Democracy and Development (French: Alliance pour la Démocratie et le Développement) is a political party in Cameroon. At the presidential elections, 11 October 2004, its candidate, Garga Haman Adji, won 3.7% of the vote.
Originally called the Alliance for Democracy and Progress, it was legally recognized on 4 June 1991.
- Report by the Ministry of Justice on the State of Human Rights in Cameroon 2005, October 2006, page 98 (French).
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