People's Electoral Movement (Aruba)

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The People's Electoral Movement (Movimiento Electoral di Pueblo) is a social democratic political party in Aruba. At the last elections for the Estates, 28 September 2001, the party won 52.4 % of popular votes and 12 out of 21 seats. 23 September 2005, the party won 43 % of the popular vote and 11 out of 21 seats and remained, led by Nelson Oduber in government.


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