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The party was launched in September 2010, and included several sitting People's Representatives who were part of the Human Rights and Democracy Movement. Its policies include government transparency and economic reform.
The party contested all 17 people's seats in the 2010 elections, winning 12 of them. Following the election, it secured the support of one independent and was seeking the support of two others – 'Aisake Valu Eke and Sunia Fili – by offering them cabinet posts.
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