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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. 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 ...
  4. 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 ...
  5. Sierra Leone People's Party | Facebook

    Sierra Leone People's Party, Freetown, Sierra Leone. 192 likes · 3 talking about this. The Sierra Leone peoples Party (SLPP) was established in April...
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  7. SLPP - Sierra Leone Peoples Party Online

    2013 SLPP UK & Ireland Election Results. The SLPP UK & Ireland Executive Elect 2013 / 2014 is listed below. Thank you to all the organisers, election observers ...
  8. SLPP - Sierra Leone Peoples Party Online

    Press Release. Audit Report on the Management of the Ebola Funds (Freetown, February 14, 2015) The Sierra Leone Peoples Party (SLPP) acknowledges and notes the Audit ...
  9. Sierra Leone People's Party Activity - Current events ...

    Sierra Leone People's Party Sierra Leone People's Party is one of the two major political parties in Sierra Leone, along with the All People's Congress.
  10. Sierra Leone’s Social Welfare Minister Sacked | Sierra ...

    That he was boastfully defending a statement delivered by Charles Margai at the just concluded Sierra Leone People’s Party (SLPP) convention.