Agricultural People's Front of Peru
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The Agricultural People's Front of Peru (Spanish: Frente Popular Agrícola del Perú, or FREPAP) is a political party in Peru. At the legislative elections of 8 April 2001, the party won 1.7% of the popular vote and no seats in the Congress of the Republic. At the legislative elections held on 9 April 2006, the party won less than 1% of the popular vote and no seats in Congress.
The party was founded by Ezequiel Ataucusi Gamonal, a prophet and teacher for the members of the Evangelical Association of the Israelite Mission of the New Universal Covenant (Asociación Evangélica de la Misión Israelita del Nuevo Pacto Universal, or AEMINPU).
Founded in 1968, AEMINPU has established itself in many South American countries and in some others. A strict adherence to the Royal Law, the Ten Commandments and in particular the seventh-day Sabbath, separation from the "world" by forming large communities in the jungle areas of Peru, under a movement called "Fronteras Vivas" leading Israelites back to farming and living off the land.
- Official website (in Spanish)
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