Cameroonian Party of Democrats
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The party was officially formed in 1958, drawing its support from the Ewondo, Bulu and Eton ethnic groups. Its vote share dropped to 10.4% in the 1960 elections, with the party reduced to twelve of the 100 seats.
The party was resurrected when multi-party democracy was restored in the 1990s. It contested the 1992 parliamentary elections, but received only 1.8% of the vote and failed to win a seat. The 1997 elections saw it receive just 0.1% of the vote, again failing to win a seat.
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- Mark Dike DeLancey, Rebecca Neh Mbuh & Mark W DeLancey (2010) Historical Dictionary of the Republic of Cameroon, Scarecrow Press, p302