Common Movement for Development

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The Common Movement for Development (French: Mouvement Commun de Développement, MCD) was a political party in Gabon, led by Paul Biyoghé Mba.


The party was established by Biyoghé Mba in 1994 after he left the ruling Gabonese Democratic Party (PDG).[1]

In 1997 the party won a seat in the Senate,[2] taken by Biyoghé Mba;[1] and in 1999 he was appointed to the cabinet.[1] In November 2002 the party merged into the PDG.


  1. ^ a b c Paul Biyoghé Mba, Premier ministre aux réels pouvoirs Jeune Afrique, 21 October 2010
  2. ^ Annuaire Statistique du Gabon Direction des Statistiques Generales