Union of Republican Forces

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Union of Republican Forces

Union des Forces Républicaines
AbbreviationUFR
LeaderSidya Touré
Founded1992
IdeologyLiberalism
International affiliationLiberal International
Colors     Blue
SloganUnion, Development, Peace
National Assembly
10 / 114
Website
http://www.ufrguinee.com/

The Union of Republican Forces (French: Union des Forces Républicaines, UFR) is a liberal political party in Guinea.

Founded in 1992, the party has been led since 1999 by the former Prime Minister of Guinea Sidya Touré.[1] The party supported the 2007 general strike.[2]

Touré finished in third place in both the 2010 and 2015 presidential elections, with vote shares of 15.6%[3] and 6.0%,[4] respectively.

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