Action Christian National

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Action Christian National
Chairperson Jan de Wet[needs update]
Founded 1989
Ideology White nationalism
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Action Christian National (ACN) was a white nationalist political party in Namibia (formerly South West Africa).[1] The ACN was established in 1989 to enable whites to participate in the elections.[2] It used to be aligned with the National Party of South Africa. In the Namibian parliamentary election, 1989 that elected the members of the Constituent Assembly of Namibia, ACN won three seats.[3] The party's chairman was Jan de Wet. It subsequently became the Monitor Action Group.

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  1. ^ Burnell, Peter J.; Ware, Allan (2007). Funding Democratization. Transaction Publishers. p. 208. ISBN 9781412806008. Retrieved 20 September 2012. 
  2. ^ Elena Torreguitar (2009). National Liberation Movements in Office: Forging Democracy with African Adjectives in Namibia. Peter Lang. p. 483. ISBN 978-3-631-57995-4. Retrieved 6 May 2016. 
  3. ^ Hubbard, Dianne; Ramsbotham, Delia; Marais, Nicky (2004). Advocacy in Action. A guide to influencing decision-making in Namibia (PDF). Windhoek: Legal Assistance Centre. p. 139. ISBN 99916-765-9-7.