Nigerien Alliance for Democracy and Progress

Nigerien Alliance For Democracy And Progress

Nigerien Alliance for Democracy and Progress

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The Nigerien Alliance for Democracy and Progress (commonly: ANDP-Zaman Lahiya, ) is a political party in Niger. Moumouni Adamou Djermakoye led the party from its foundation in the early 1990s until his death in 2009.

Second Republic

Djermakoye was the leader of one of two major factions that emerged in the National Movement for the Development of Society (MNSD) in 1991.Myriam Gervais, "Niger: Regime Change, Economic Crisis, and Perpetuation of Privilege", in Political Reform in Francophone Africa (1997), ed. John F. Clark and David E. Gardinier, pages 100–101. Djermakoye was a member of the Zarma (Djerma) ethnic group, which had previously dominated the party, but rival faction leader Tandja Mamadou was elected as President of the MNSD in November 1991

Third Republic

Djermakoye was the ANDP's candidate in the 1993 presidential election; after he received fourth place, with 15.24% of the vote, in the first round, the ANDP, as part of...
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