National Development Party (Brunei)

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The National Development Party (Parti Pembanguan) is a political party in Brunei. Although legally registered as a political party in Brunei, it has not been able to gain electoral representation as legislative elections have not been held in Brunei since 1962. The party was founded on 12 September 2005 by former rebel and Secretary General of the banned Brunei People's Party, Yassin Affandi, aka Haji Muhammad Yasin bin Abdul Rahman, co-founded the Party,[1] which is the third political party that is operating legally in Brunei to date.

NDP is member of the International Monarchist Conference.

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  1. ^ Brunei Direct : "On The Approval Of The Formation Of The Parti Pembangunan Bangsa (National Development Party)". Retrieved 11 June 2006

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