Federalist Christian Democracy – Convention of Federalists for Christian Democracy
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The Federalist Christian Democracy-Convention of Federalists for Christian Democracy (French: Démocratie Chrétienne Fédéraliste–Convention des Fédéralistes pour la Démocratie Chrétienne) is a political party in the Democratic Republic of the Congo.
Pierre Pay-Pay wa Syakasighe, the party's presidential candidate in the 2006 general election came seventh with 1.5% of the vote, and the party gained 8 seats in the National Assembly. On 19 January 2007 Senate elections, the party won out 1 of 108 seats.
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