People's Unification Party

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The People's Unification Party (PUP), also known as the Native People's Party,[1] is a political party in Liberia.

History

The PUP was established in 2014, with its founders including House of Representatives member James Emmanuel Nuquay and Senator Henry Yallah,[2][3] and was joined by Senator Sumo Kupee after he was defeated in the Unity Party primaries.[1] It won a single seat in the December 2014 Senate elections, with Jim Tornonlah elected in Margibi County.

References

  1. ^ a b Bolet, Supuwood win PUP primary for Senatorial race Archived 2014-12-27 at the Wayback Machine. Front Page Africa, 14 July 2014
  2. ^ Liberia: Nuquay States PUP's Mission AllAfrica.com, 21 July 2014
  3. ^ Liberia: Disagreeing With the New Party's Characterizations AllAfrica.com, 14 July 2014
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