Peace and Liberation Party

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The Peace and Liberation Party is a political party in Sierra Leone. At the last elections, 14 May 2002, the party won 3.6% of popular votes and 2 out of 112 seats. Its candidate at the presidential elections, Johnny Paul Koroma won 3.0% of the vote. It is formed by followers of Johnny Paul Koroma, who ruled as military dictator from 1997 to 1998 after deposing the elected government of Ahmad Tejan Kabbah. During the Sierra Leone Civil War, Koroma's junta group was known as Armed Forces Revolutionary Council.

Today, the party is led by Kandeh Baba Conteh. In the August 2007 general election, the party, with 0.38% of the vote, did not win any seats in parliament.[1]

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  1. ^ Final results of the 2007 election, National Electoral Commission, August 25, 2007.