African National Congress Party - traduzione in italiano
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African National Congress Party - traduzione in italiano

Basutoland African Congress; Basotho Congress Party; Basutoland African National Congress

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Il partito del Congresso Nazionale Africano (partito in Sud Africa con a capo Mandela)
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n. Congresso Nazionale Africano, grande partito politico del Sud Africa con a capo Nelson Mandela


¦ abbreviation African National Congress.


Basutoland Congress Party

The Basutoland Congress Party is a pan-Africanist and left-wing political party in Lesotho.

The Basutoland African Congress (BAC) was founded in 1952 by Ntsu Mokhehle and Potlako Leballo. The party was renamed the Basutoland Congress Party (BCP) in 1957 and retained this name after independence in 1966, stating that Lesotho was not truly independent. Leballo left the party in 1959 to form the Pan Africanist Congress of South Africa (PAC).

The BCP lost the 1965 election but won in 1970. It was denied power by a coup d'état in support of the defeated prime minister Leabua Jonathan.

In 1974, following an unsuccessful rising, the BCP sent 178 men for military training by the PAC in Gaddafi's Libya. In 1979 they began a guerrilla war as the Lesotho Liberation Army (LLA).

The party won a landslide victory at the 1993 general election, and its leader Ntsu Mokhehle became prime minister. Mokhehle left the party in 1997 with his faction to form the Lesotho Congress for Democracy. The BCP was led by Tseliso Makhakhe, Qhobela Molapo, Ntsukunyane Mphanya and (currently) Thulo Mahlakeng.

At the 25 May 2002 general election, the party won 2.6% of the vote and 3 out of 120 seats.

Esempi dal corpus di testo per African National Congress Party
1. Mbeki‘s African National Congress party also has serious reservations about the effectiveness of Zimbabwe‘s political opposition.
2. The move was welcomed by opposition parties but risks alienating the left wing of the ruling African National Congress party.
3. China is an old friend of the African National Congress party of President Thabo Mbeki, which it supported while South Africa was under a racist white regime.
4. The South African Communist Party, another key ally of Mbeki and his ruling African National Congress party, also warned Sunday of an "overly powerful and concentrated" presidency.
5. The leadership of the ruling African National Congress party in South Africa‘s call for President Thabo Mbeki to resign means the end of an era in South African politics.