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Union of Democratic Peasants/Party of Labour (French : Union des paysans démocrates/Parti du travail, UPD/PT) is a political party in Burkina Faso. The party was founded January 15, 2002. The party strives to achieve self-reliance in agricultural production. [1]

In the 2006 municipal elections, UPD/PT obtained 46 votes. [2]

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