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  1. Sierra Leone People's Party - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

    Sierra Leone People's Party (SLPP) is a social democratic party, and one of the two major political parties in Sierra Leone, along with the All People's Congress (APC).
  2. S L P P - Sierra Leone People's Party

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  3. SLPP - Sierra Leone Peoples Party Online

    Sierra Leone People's Party Official website ... Sierra Leone’s socio-economic outlook since the advent of the All Peoples Congress Government of Dr. Ernest Bai ...
  4. Police arrest 9 U.S. Embassy protesters : Sierra Leone ...

    The opposition Sierra Leone Peoples Party had threatened to demonstrate and embark on civil disobedience as part of a six-point resolution party leaders vowed to ...
  5. Peoples Party (Sierra Leone) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

    The Peoples Party of Sierra Leone was a political party formed by Lamina Sankoh in 1948. The party sought to unite the British Crown Colony of Freetown with the ...
  6. Sierra Leone People's Party | Facebook

    Sierra Leone People's Party, Freetown, Sierra Leone. 208 likes · 5 talking about this. The Sierra Leone peoples Party (SLPP) was established in April...
  7. SLPP - Sierra Leone Peoples Party

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  8. Our History - Sierra Leone People's Party

    Sierra Leone People's Party Official website ... SLPP - HISTORICAL FACTSHEET. 1951 - SLPP was founded in April; borne out of a merger of three organizations - the ...
  9. SLPP - Sierra Leone Peoples Party Online

    SIERRA LEONE POLITICS --- A BAD DEAL. David Sao Nyakoi (Nothing Personal) Sierra Leone is what it is today, because of a political party known as the All Peoples ...
  10. Sierra Leone: History - Infoplease

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