Karoo Gemeenskap Party

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The Karoo Gemeenskap Party (Afrikaans: Gemeenskap meaning "community") is a small South African regional political party which was formed in December 2010. It contested and won three out of seven seats in the council of the Prince Albert Local Municipality in the 2011 municipal election, when the African National Congress (ANC) and Democratic Alliance (DA) each won two. It also holds one seat on the council of the Central Karoo District Municipality, in which the ANC and the DA each hold six. In both councils the KGP has entered into a coalition with the ANC to control the municipality.[1]

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  1. ^ "Political composition of councils". Western Cape Department of Local Government. August 2012. Retrieved 17 August 2012.