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LIPE party (Guinea-Bissau)

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Liga Guineense de Protecção Ecológica
(= Guinean League for Ecological Protection)


Flag of LIPE
image by António Martins, 05 Mar 2010

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About the party

LIPE: Liga Guineense de Protecção Ecológica (Guinean League for Ecological Protection), led by Abubacar Rachid Djaló. This party is not listed among the candidates of either the 2004 nor the 2008 elections (q.v. as reported from Wikipedia) as it is one of the member of the U.M. coalition. According to “A la recherche du mouvement Vert en Guinée Bissau”, LIPE was created in 1991, as the 12th party in Guinea Bissau’s newly leaving its single-party regime. It successfully supported its leader to the presidential election of 1994 (getting 8%) and got 2 seats in the Parliament in a simultaneous election, when it run within a six-party coalition. LIPE was a minor partner in several cabinets during the 2000ies.
António Martins, 05 Mar 2010


About the flag

The flag of LIPE is shown in both ballot papers reported (#9 in Bissau-28 and #8 in Bissau-29). It is a green flag with the party emblem on the upper fly. The flag ratio is roughly 5:7 as most others’ in the ballot papers are. The party emblem is a dark blue faucet profile dripping two drops of water.
António Martins, 05 Mar 2010

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