African Independence Party (Touré)
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The African Independence Party (French: Parti Africain de l’Indépendance) was a political party in Burkina Faso, led by Soumane Touré. It was formed in 1999 when Touré broke away from the original PAI.
Touré's PAI joined the government and obtained the legal recognition to the name PAI.
Touré won 1.1% of the vote in the presidential elections of 2005. At the 2007 parliamentary elections, the party won 1 seat.
The party published L'Avant-Garde.
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