Labour Party (New Caledonia)
|Leader||Louis Kotra Uregei|
|Headquarters||2 rue Ali Raleb - Vallée du Tir
|Ideology||Separatism, alterglobalization, revolutionary socialism, anticapitalism|
|National affiliation||None, close to José Bové|
|European Parliament group||None|
|Seats in the Congress||
2 / 54
|Seats in the South Province||
1 / 40
|Seats in the North Province||
0 / 22
|Seats in the Loyalty Islands Province||
2 / 14
The Labour Party (French: Parti travailliste, PT) is a New Caledonian political party established on 18 November 2007. It is radically pro-independence and backed by the trade union Union of Kanak Workers and the Exploited (Union syndicale des travailleurs kanaks et des exploités, USTKE). It is considered close to the French alterglobalization movement led by José Bové.
The PT supported two candidates in the French legislative election, 2007. Louis Kotra Uregei obtained 5.45% in New Caledonia's 1st constituency and François-Xavier Apock obtained 6.20% in New Caledonia's 2nd constituency.
- "New pro-independence political party launched in New Caledonia". Radio New Zealand International. 19 November 2007. Retrieved 13 October 2011.
- "USTKE union to launch New Caledonia's newest political party". Radio New Zealand International. 16 November 2007. Retrieved 13 October 2011.
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