Chin Progressive Party

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The Chin Progressive Party (Burmese: ချင်းတိုးတက်ရေးပါတီ, CPP) is a Chin political party in Myanmar.


The party was formed on 24 March 2010.[1] In the November 2010 general elections it put forward 13 candidates for the House of Nationalities, winning four seats. Two of its seven candidates were elected to the House of Representatives. It also won five seats in the Chin State Hluttaw and one in the Sagaing Region Hluttaw.[1][2]

The party lost its seats in the State and Regional Hluttaws in the 2015 elections.


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