Martinican Progressive Party
The Martinican Progressive Party (French: Parti progressiste martiniquais, PPM) is a Martinican political party founded on March 22, 1958 by poet Aimé Césaire. The party favors the autonomy of Martinique within France, unlike the nationalist MIM. The party has one seat in the French National Assembly, Serge Letchimy, deputy from Fort-de-France (Martinique's 3rd constituency).
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