Åland Progress Group

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Åland Progress Group
Founded during 1995-1999 parliamentary erm
Split from Freeminded Co-operation
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The Åland Progress Group (Swedish: Ålands Framstegsgrupp) was a political party in the Åland Islands that contested elections in 1999 and 2003.

History[edit]

The party split from Freeminded Co-operation during the 1995–1999 parliamentary term. In the elections of 2003, the party received 3.4% of popular vote and one of the 30 seats. In 2007 it didn't run as its sole representative Ronald Boman retired.

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