Christian Democratic Party (East Timor)

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Christian Democratic Party
Partido Democrata Cristão
Ideology Christian left[citation needed]
Political position Centre-left
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The Christian Democratic Party (Portuguese: Partido Democrata Cristão) is a centre-left political party in East Timor.

In the parliamentary election held on 30 August 2001, the party won 2.0% of the popular vote and 2 out of 88 seats.[citation needed] In the parliamentary election held on 30 June 2007, the PDC won 4,300 votes, 1.03% of the total, and did not win any seats in parliament, as it did not reach the 3% threshold to win seats.[1]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "National Provisional Results from the 30 June 2007 Parliamentary Elections", Comissão Nacional de Eleições Timor-Leste, 9 July 2007.