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List of political parties in Comoros

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List of political parties in Comoros

A ideology or formed around very special issues with the aim to participate in power, usually by participating in elections.

Comoros does not have a strong party system. Political groups are formed mainly in support of certain leaders. The only major ideological point of contention is the debate between supporters of a strong federal government and supporters of the autonomous island governments.

Parties

At the last elections the candidates were grouped around personalities. Two are more or less parties:

In the presidential election the Movement for the Comoros (Mouvement pour les Comores), allied with the CRC, participated. In the past the following parties were active.

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