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People's Party of Progress

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People's Party of Progress

This article is part of a series on the
politics and government of
São Tomé and Príncipe

The People's Party of Progress (Portuguese: Partido Popular do Progresso) is a political party in São Tomé and Príncipe. At the 3 March 2002 legislative elections the party joined the Uê Kédadji alliance, that won 16.2% of the popular vote and 8 out of 55 seats. This alliance failed to win a seat in the 2006 elections.

The party supported Patrice Trovoada in the 30 July 2006 presidential election. He won 38.82% of the votes, finishing a distant second to the incumbent Fradique de Menezes, who received 60.58% of the votes.

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