Rally for the Development of Burkina

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The Rally for the Development of Burkina (French: Rassemblement pour le Développement du Burkina, RDB) was a political party in Burkina Faso led by Celestin Saidou Compaoré.[1]


In April 2005 it joined the Convention of Democratic Forces together with the Convention for Democracy and Federation and the Greens of Burkina. In the 2007 parliamentary elections it won 2 of the 111 seats in the National Assembly. It was reduced to one seat in the 2012 elections.


  1. ^ Political parties and leaders CIA World Factbook