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Sankarist Pan African Convention

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Founded  2000
Sankarist Pan-African Convention
Ideology  Sankarism Socialism Pan-Africanism

The Sankarist Pan-African Convention (French: Convention Panafricaine Sankariste) is a political party in Burkina Faso. CPS was formed in 2000, through the merger of the Burkinabè Socialist Bloc, Party of United Social Democracy and a fraction of the Social Forces Front.

The party is led by Ernest Nongma Ouédraogo, former Minister of Security in the government of Thomas Sankara. The party is Sankarist.

At the last legislative elections, 5 May 2002, the party won 2.6% of the popular vote and 3 out of 111 seats.

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Sankarist Pan-African Convention Wikipedia


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