Asia Pacific Democrat Union

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The Asia Pacific Democrat Union (APDU) is an international association of member parties close to the International Democrat Union. Former Sri Lankan Prime Minister Ranil Wickramasinghe is the current chairperson of the Asia Pacific Democrat Union.

Members[edit]

Country Party Abbr Color Legislative Seats Total as percentage Status
Lower House Upper House
 Australia Liberal Party LPA Blue
61 / 151
29 / 76
36.7% In government
 Bangladesh Nationalist Party BNP Blue
7 / 350
Unicameral legislature only 2.00% In opposition
 Canada Conservative Party CPC
PCC
Blue
121 / 338
32 / 105
29.12% In opposition
 Republic of China (Taiwan) Kuomintang KMT Blue
35 / 113
Unicameral legislature only 30.97% In opposition
 Chile National Renewal RN Blue
19 / 120
8 / 38
17.09% In government
 El Salvador Nationalist Republican Alliance ARENA Blue, white and red
35 / 84
Unicameral legislature only 41.67% In opposition
 India Bharatiya Janata Party BJP Saffron
303 / 543
92 / 245
53.80% In government
 Indonesia National Awakening Party PKB Green
47 / 560
Nonpartisan chamber 8.40% In government
 South Korea People Power Party PPP Pink
103 / 300
Unicameral legislature only 34.33% In opposition
 Maldives Democratic Party MDP Yellow
65 / 87
Unicameral legislature only 74.71% In government
 Mongolia Democratic Party AN Sky blue
9 / 76
Unicameral legislature only 11.84% In opposition
   Nepal Rastriya Prajatantra Party RPP Blue
37 / 601
Unicameral legislature only 6.16% In opposition
 New Zealand National Party Nats Blue
35 / 120
Unicameral legislature only 26.79% In opposition
 Sri Lanka United National Party UNP Green
1 / 225
Unicameral legislature only 47.10% In opposition
 United States Republican Party R/GOP Red
199 / 435
53 / 100
47.10% In government

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