United Party for National Development
|United Party for National Development|
Social market economy
|International affiliation||Liberal International
|Continental affiliation||Africa Liberal Network|
|Politics of Zambia
At the 2001 legislative elections, held on 27 December 2001, the party won 23.3% of popular votes and 49 out of 159 seats. Its candidate in the presidential election, Anderson Mazoka, on the same day won 27.2%.
Mazoka died from kidney complications in May 2006; as part of the United Democratic Alliance the party's candidate for the September 28, 2006 presidential election was Hakainde Hichilema, who took third place.
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