National Unity Party (Central African Republic)
The National Unity Party (French: Parti de l'Unité Nationale) is a political party in the Central African Republic. In the presidential election held on 13 March 2005, its candidate and leader, Jean-Paul Ngoupandé, won 5.08% of the vote. Ngoupandé had served as president from June 1996 to January 1997. In the 2005 parliamentary election, the party won three seats in the National Assembly as part of the National Convergence Kwa Na Kwa coalition, which supports President François Bozizé.
- "RAPPORT DE LA MISSION D’OBSERVATION DES ELECTIONS PRESIDENTIELLE ET LEGISLATIVES DES 13 MARS ET 8 MAI 2005 EN REPUBLIQUE CENTRAFRICAINE", democratie.francophonie.org (French).
- "Central African Republic". World Statesmen. Retrieved 13 May 2010.
- François Soudan, "Chronique d'une victoire annoncée", J.A./L'Intelligent N° 2314, May 15–21, 2005 (French).
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