Alliance for Democracy and Development

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The Alliance for Democracy and Development (ADD) is a political party in Zambia.


The party was established on 14 May 2010 by independent MP Charles Milupi.[1][2] As he had changed party affiliation, Milupi was required to stand down as an MP, resulting in a by-election in which he was re-elected.[3] He was the party's presidential candidate for the 2011 general elections; he finished fourth in a field of ten candidates with 0.9% of the vote. In the elections to the National Assembly the party received 1.2% of the vote, winning a single seat, Mwambwa Imenda in Milupi's former Luena constituency.


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  1. Milupi Resigns Parliamentary Seat, Launches New Party All Africa, 15 May 2010
  2. Tom Lansford (2014) Political Handbook of the WOrld 2014, CQ Press, p1617
  3. Milupi wins Luena seat on his party ticket Lusaka Times, 6 August 2010