Progressive Republican Party (Brazil)


Progressive Republican Party (Brazil)

The Progressive Republican Party (Portuguese: "Partido Republicano Progressista") is a Brazilian political party. Its electoral number is 44 and it became a registered political party on November 22nd, 1991.

External links

* [http://www.prp.org.br/ PRP]


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