Christian Democratic Party (Rwanda)


Christian Democratic Party (Rwanda)

The Christian Democratic Party (French: Parti Démocratique Chrêtien) is a political party in Rwanda. At the last legislative elections on 30 September 2003, the party won (as part of the ruling coalition led by the Rwandese Patriotic Front) 3 out of 53 seats. Mukabaranga Agnès is one of its leading members.


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