Aceh Unity Party

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Aceh Unity Party
Partai Bersatu Aceh
Chairman Ahmad Farhan Hamid
Secretary-General Mohammad Saleh
Founded 27 January 2008
Headquarters Banda Aceh
Ballot number 40
DPR Seats N/A (New Party)

The Aceh Unity Party (Indonesian: Partai Bersatu Aceh) is a regional political party in Indonesia. The party's first leader was Farhan Hamid, a member of the legislature from the National Mandate Party (PAN). It contested the 2009 elections in the province of Aceh, but won only 16,602 votes, 0.77% of the Aceh vote. It failed to qualify for the 2014 elections.[1][2][3][4]

References[edit]

  1. ^ http://www.thejakartapost.com/news/2008/08/18/finally-aceh-local-parties-take-part-general-election.html Jakarta Post online: Finally, Aceh local parties take part general election Accessed 10/9/08
  2. ^ International Crisis Group Update (2008) Briefing Asia Briefing N°81, Jakarta/Brussels, 9 September 2008 Indonesia: Pre-Election Anxieties in Aceh
  3. ^ Tempo magazine No. 0931/March 31-April 06, 2009, pp46-47
  4. ^ Nainggolan, Bestian; Wahyu, Yohan (2016). Partai Politik Indonesia 1999-2019 (in Indonesian). Jakarta: Kompas Media Nusantara. pp. 227–228. ISBN 978-602-412-005-4.