Namibia National Front

The Namibia National Front (NNF) was an alliance of nationalist but moderate parties in Namibia. It was formed in 1977[1] as a merger of the Namibia National Convention (which had been marginalized after SWAPO's departure from it) and the Namibia National Council.

At the time of its formation NNF consisted of the following groups:

In 1978 some groups left NNF to form Namibia People's Liberation Front.

The NNF contested the elections for the Constituent Assembly of Namibia in 1989 and won one seat[2] which was taken by Vekuii Rukoro.

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Dierks, Klaus. "Biographies of Namibian Personalities, entry for Abrahams, Kenneth Godfrey, Dr". klausdierks.com. Retrieved 25 July 2013.
  2. ^ Geingob, Hage (March 2004). State Formation in Namibia: Promoting Democracy and Good Governance. University of Leeds via hage.web.na. p. 171.