Chaldean Democratic Party

Chaldean Democratic Union Party
Leader Ablahad Afraim Sawa
Ideology Promote Chaldean national identity, conservatism, Christian democracy
Political position Centre-right
Colours Baby blue
Seats in the local governorate councils:
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The Chaldean Democratic Union is a Christian democrat political party in Iraq and within Iraqi Kurdistan a component of the Kurdistani Alliance, designed to promote the Chaldean ethnicity and heritage. They had one member in the Iraqi National Assembly - Ablahad Afraim Sawa - who was elected in both January 2005 and December 2005. The party was created with the help of the Kurdistan Regional Government after the 2003 invasion of Iraq.[1] The party won the Christian reserved seat in the Basra governorate election, 2009.


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