Popular action

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(Law) an action in which any person may sue for penalty imposed by statute.
- Blackstone.

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In 1985 the Servicio de Accion Popular (Popular Action Service), SeAP, a non-governmental organization located in Cordoba, Argentina, launched a project targeting peor, urban women.
Accion Popular (AP) general secretary said that the problems of Greater San Salvador "cannot be seen in isolation."
After that, Alfredo Barnechea of Accion Popular received 6.9% of the vote; Alan Garcia of Alianza Popular, 5.8%; Gregorio "Goyo" Santos of Democracia Directa, 4%; and the remaining four candidates--including former president Alejandro Toledo of the Peru Posible party--got between 1.31% and 0.42%.