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People's Christian Democratic Party


Christian-Democratic Peoples' Party includes 20,000 members in all administrative-territorial units of the Republic of Moldova. "New Generation" Youth Organization includes 5,000 young professionals and members from lyceums, colleges, and Universities.

In the 1994 parliamentary elections, the candidate list of "Christian-Democratic Peoples' Alliance" electoral bloc included 106 candidates, out of which 9 got into the Parliament of the Republic of Moldova. All 9 were men and came from the following professions: 3 - journalists, 2 - economists, 2 - professors and 2 - other. The average age of the "Christian-Democratic Peoples' Alliance" deputies was 36,3 years.

For the 1998 parliamentary elections the "Democratic Convention of Moldova" electoral bloc submitted to CEC for the registration a list of 108 candidates, out of which 42 represented Christian-Democratic Peoples' Front. Based on the election results only 8 candidates got into the Parliament. Their average age was 39,25 years.

In 2001 parliamentary elections CDPP received 11 mandates. Only one of them is a woman. The average age of the deputies is 46,45 years. CDPP faction includes 3 journalists, 2 economists, 2 teachers, 2 University professors and 2 other.

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