Party for Economic Development and Solidarity

The Party for Economic Development and Solidarity (French: Parti pour le Développement Economique et la Solidarité, PDES) is a political party in Mali led by Hamed Diané Séméga.[1]

Party for Economic Development and Solidarity

Parti pour le Développement Economique et la Solidarité
LeaderHamed Diané Séméga
Founded2010
Regional affiliationAfrica Liberal Network
National Assembly
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HistoryEdit

The party was established on 17 July 2010 by supporters of President Amadou Toumani Touré,[2] and officially registered on 14 September.[1] The party's Vice-President Jamille Bittar was its candidate in the 2013 presidential elections. He finished ninth in the first round.

In the 2013 parliamentary elections it won three seats.

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