National Unity Party (Central African Republic)

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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.[1] Ngoupandé had served as president from June 1996 to January 1997.[2] 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.[3]

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  1. ^ "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).
  2. ^ "Central African Republic". World Statesmen. Retrieved 13 May 2010. 
  3. ^ François Soudan, "Chronique d'une victoire annoncée", J.A./L'Intelligent N° 2314, May 15–21, 2005 (French).

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