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Union of Democratic Forces of Guinea

The Union of Democratic Forces of Guinea (French: Union des Forces Démocratiques de Guinée, UFDG) is a liberal political party in Guinea.

The party was founded in October 2002 by the section of Union for Progress and Renewal which boycotted that year's parliamentary election. Its first president was Mamadou Ba. The UFDG affiliated to the Republican Front for Democratic Change which intended to stand a candidate in the Guinean presidential election, 2003.[1]

More recently the presidency of the party has been held by Cellou Dalein Diallo, who stood for the party in the Guinean presidential election, 2010, topping the poll in the first round.

External links

  • Official website (French)


  1. ^ Africa South of the Sahara 2004, p.508
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