Ulster Democratic Party


Ulster Democratic Party

L'Ulster Democratic Party (français : Parti démocratique de l'Ulster, UDP, Ulster Loyalist Democratic Party, ULDP) est un parti politique loyaliste nord-irlandais. En 1981, l'Ulster Defence Association créé l'Ulster Loyalist Democratic Party, renommé en 1989 en Ulster Democratic Party. Il se dissout le 28 novembre 2001[1].

Références

  1. CAIN, « Abstracts on Organisations - 'U' ». Consulté le 14 août 2010

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