Movement for the Comoros
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The Movement for the Comoros (French: Mouvement pour les Comores) is a political party in the Comoros. Its candidate at the 2006 presidential election, Ibrahim Halidi, came in the second place with 28.3% of the votes. Halidi was also supported by the Islands' Fraternity and Unity Party (CHUMA), the Convention for the Renewal of the Comoros (Convention pour le renouveau des Comores) and the Djawabu Party (Parti Djawabu).
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