Socialist Party of Guinea-Bissau
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The party was established in 1994 following the general elections that year, but did not contest any elections until a decade later. It joined the Electoral Union in 2002, In the 2004 parliamentary elections it received just 0.3% of the vote, failing to win a seat in the National People's Assembly. The 2008 parliamentary elections saw it receive only 639 votes (0.14%) as it again failed to win a seat.
In the 2014 general elections, the party nominated a presidential candidate for the first time. Cirilo Rodrigues de Oliveira received just 0.3% of the vote in the presidential elections, finishing last in a field of 13 candidates, whilst the party received 0.6% of the vote in the parliamentary elections, remaining seatless.
- Peter Karibe Mendy (2013) Historical Dictionary of the Republic of Guinea-Bissau, Scarecrow Press, p325
- Mendy, p398
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