National Development Party

[Bahamas] The `National Development Party` (NDP) is a moderate political party in The Bahamas, currently without political representation. ==Party formation== The National Development Party (NDP) originated following a series of meetings between Mr. B. J. Moss and Dr. Andre’ Rollins in September 2008. Both men were motivated to form a new...
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National Development Party

[India] National Development Party (ನೆಷನಲ್ ಡೆವಲಪಮೆಂಟ್ ಪಾರ್ಟಿ, नेषनल डेवलपमेन्ट पार्टी) is a political party in Karnataka, India. Moulvi Zameroddin is the president of the party. S.R. Sangakar is the vice-president of the party. NDP launched Zameroddin as i...
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National Development Party

(from the article `Brunei`) Noteworthy in Brunei`s domestic politics was the founding in August 2005 of the National Development Party (NDP), headed by Yassin Affendi, a former ...
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National Development Party

[Kenya] ==Becoming Odinga`s party== Being a minor political party, until 1994, NDP gained national prominence when Raila Odinga joined it after he leaving Ford-Kenya when he lost the battle for leadership of that party to Michael Wamalwa. Odinga pulled Ford members of parliament from Nyanza Province with him. This spike in membership, which...
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National Development Party

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National Development Party

[Thailand] The National Development Party, or Chart Pattana Party (พรรคชาติพัฒนา, {RTGS|Phak Chat Pattana}) was a Thai political party that existed from 1992 until its merger into Thai Rak Thai Party in 2005. After the dissolution of the Thai Rak Thai Party in 2007, the National Development group merged into the Ru...
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National Development Party

[Brunei] 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 in 12 September 2005 by former rebel and Secretar...
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National Development Party

[Turkey] The National Development Party (Millî Kalkınma Partisi) was the first opposition party in the multi-party system in Turkey, established by Nuri Demirağ. ...
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