Samoa All People's Party

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The Samoa All People's Party (SAPP) was a political party in Samoa. It was formed on March 24, 1996 by former Human Rights Protection Party MP Matatumua Maimoaga, who became Samoa's first female political party leader. The party was notable for its internal equality, allowing people as young as 16 and of both genders to hold internal party positions.[1]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Asofou So'o (2005). "The establishment and operation of Samoa's political party system". In Roland Rich, Luke Hambly and Michael G. Morgan. Political Parties in the Pacific Islands. Canberra: Pandanus Books. p. 195.