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The Democratic Party is a centrist political party in Labuepé. The party currently holds 13 seats in the 103rd Parliament and its leader is Saida Masresha. The party's core ideology is radical centrism, intertwined with social liberalism.
History[edit | edit source]
The party was of the first parties to be established when the Parliament was created in 1917. The first official party leader was Amanuel Nakayené, who was the last President of Labuepé and the first Deputy Prime Minister of Labuepé. The democratic party is known for being noncontributing to Labuepé politics throughout all of Labuepé'ée contemporary history after creating the Parliament in 1917.
Election results[edit | edit source]