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National Citizens' Coalition

This article refers to the Zambian political party. For the Canadian conservative lobby group, see National Citizens Coalition.
This article is part of a series on the
politics and government of
Zambia

The National Citizens' Coalition (NCC) was a political party in Zambia without parliamentary representation.

The NCC, originally named the National Christian Coalition, was founded by Dr. Nevers Mumba, an evangelical pastor, in 1997. In the 2001 general elections, Mumba won 2.2% of the vote as a presidential candidate. NCC parliamentary candidates gained 2.0% of the vote, and no parliamentary seats.[1]

The Party disbanded after Dr. Nevers Mumba decided to leave it to join the MMD. He is currently running the Reform Party, which did not participate in the 2006 elections due to lack of preparedness.

References

  1. ^ Simon, David J.; Pletcher, James R.; Siegel, Brian V., eds. (2008). "National Citizen's Coalition (NCC)". Historical Dictionary of Zambia. African Historical Dictionaries 106 (3rd ed.). Metuchen, New Jersey: Scarecrow Press. p. 333.  


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