Movement for the Comoros
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The party was established in 1997 by Saïd Hilali. It nominated its secretary-general Ibrahim Halidi as its candidate for the 2006 presidential elections. In the nationwide second round of voting, Halidi came second with 28% of the vote.
- Tom Lansford (2015) Political Handbook of the World 2015, CQ Press