Union of the People for Republic and Integral Development

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The Union of the People for Republic and Integral Development ( French : Union du Peuple pour la République et le Développement Intégral) is a political party in the Democratic Republic of Congo. The party won 4 out of 500 seats in the parliamentary elections.

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