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Dominica United People's Party (DUPP)

The Dominica United People's Party (DIPP) was a political party in Dominica. 

The DUPP was formed in 1958 and its leaders were R. H. Lockhart and Franklin Baron. The Dominica United People's Party was a political party in Dominica. It first contested elections in 1961, when it finished second behind the Dominica Labour Party and won four of the eleven seats with 25.6% of the vote.  In the 1966 elections it increased its share of the vote to 32.2%, but won only a single seat. The DUPP was subsequently dissolved and did not contest the 1970 election.

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Founded 1958
Status Defunct
First election 1961
Last election 1966
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