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Asia Pacific Democrat Union


The Asia Pacific Democrat Union (APDU) is an international association of member parties close to the International Democratic Union.

Members

Country Party Abbr Color Lower house legislative seats Upper house legislative seats Status
 Australia Liberal Party of Australia LPA Blue
58 / 150
23 / 76
In government
 Canada Conservative Party of Canada CPC Blue
99 / 338
52 / 105
In opposition
 Republic of China Kuomintang KMT Blue Unicameral legislature only
64 / 113
In government
 Chile National Renewal RN Blue
19 / 120
8 / 38
In opposition
 El Salvador Nationalist Republican Alliance ARENA Blue, white, and red Unicameral legislature only In opposition
 Indonesia National Awakening Party PKB Green Unicameral legislature only In opposition
 South Korea Saenuri Party SP Red, blue Unicameral legislature only In government
 Maldives Maldivian Democratic Party MDP Yellow Unicameral legislature only
26 / 85
In opposition
 Mongolia Democratic Party AN Sky blue Unicameral legislature only
33 / 76
In government
   Nepal Rastriya Prajatantra Party RPP Blue Unicameral legislature only
13 / 601
In opposition
 New Zealand New Zealand National Party NP Blue Unicameral legislature only
59 / 121
In government
 Sri Lanka United National Party UNP Green Unicameral legislature only
106 / 225
In government
 United States Republican Party RP Red
246 / 435
54 / 100
Majority in legislature, not in executive

External links

  • APDU at the UDI site


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