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Coalition for Democratic Reform (CDR)

The Coalition for Democratic Reform (CDR) was a minor political party in the Commonwealth of the Bahamas.

The CDR was established in the late 1990s by Dr. Bernard Nottage, a former Progressive Liberal Party (PLP) Minister in the Pindling Administration. Dr. Nottage had lost faith in the PLP and the leadership of Mr. Perry Christie, having been twice defeated at the PLP convention for the position of leader of that Party.

The CDR offered a full slate of candidates in the 2002 general elections, none of whom won a seat in Parliament or qualified to have their deposits returned to them.

The CDR disbanded shortly after Dr. Nottage returned to the PLP as a Minister several years before the 2007 general elections.

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Founded 2000
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