Progressive Federal Party


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Progressive Federal Party

n
(Government, Politics & Diplomacy) South African a political party, formed in 1977 by a merger between the Progressive Party and members of the United Party, supporting qualified franchise for all South Africans irrespective of race, colour, or creed; merged with other parties in 1989 to form the Democratic Party. See also National Party, United Party
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He participated actively in politics, serving as Chairperson of the Progressive Federal Party of SA, Kokstad, and subsequently the Democratic Party of SA.
The leadership of the Progressive Federal Party, a liberal and hitherto fence-sitting coalition now rather feeling the pinch, has also shown up for talks.

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