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The Greens (Benin)

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The Greens (Benin)

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The Greens (French: Les Verts) is an oppositional political party in Benin. It was part of the Star Alliance which contested the 1999 and 2003 parliamentary elections. At the Beninese parliamentary election in 2003, the Star Alliance won 3 out of 83 seats.

In 2011, the Greens were said to have had 500 members.[1] However, the party had no elected members in the National Assembly or in the 77 local councils in the country.[1]

See also


  1. ^ a b "Les Verts béninois face à l’indifférence du pouvoir". Ouvertures. 8 May 2011. 

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