League for Democracy Party


League for Democracy Party

Infobox Political party
party_name = League for Democracy Party
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leader = Khem Veasna
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foundation = March 2006
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website = [http://www.camldp.org www.camldp.org]
The League for Democracy Party (LDP) is a Cambodian political party that was established in March 2006. Its leader is president Khem Veasna. [http://www.phnompenhpost.com/index.php/2008071120238/National-news/Party-profiles-An-election-rundown.html]

Political ideologies

It believes that all “powers” belonging to the people of Cambodia which is its idea of democracy. The other part of its ideology is nationalism since it wants to protect its “sovereignty”. It also is left wing in its view since it believes in getting people particularly those who are ”young” jobs which the LDP will create by “attracting local and foreign investors in all sectors.” Two other examples of its left wing ideology is trying to find ways of stopping the powerfully rich who grab land want to try to give it to “landless people”. The second point is putting the money of the public society into constructing “schools and hospitals and promote the wellbeing of rural people.” Another example of its right wing ideology is that it wants to create laws and “mechanisms” that will fight “corruption”. [" [http://vuthanews.info/political-platform/league-for-democracy-party-ldp/ League for Democracy Party (LDP)] ", "VuthaNews".]

References

External links

* [http://www.camldp.org/english/index.php?nav=2 League for Democracy website]


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