All Nations Party of British Columbia

Die All Nations Party (ANP) war eine kleinere politische Partei in der kanadischen Provinz British Columbia. Sie hatte die meisten Anhänger unter Angehörigen der First Nations, den verschiedenen Völkern der Ureinwohner Kanadas.

Die sechs Kandidaten, welche die Partei zu den 2001 stattgefundenen Wahlen in British Columbia nominierte, waren ebenfalls Angehörige der First Nations. Die Partei erhielt 3380 Stimmen, was einem Anteil von 3,94 % der abgegebenen Stimmen in den Stimmbezirken entspricht, in denen sie angetreten war.

Den größte Wahlerfolg verzeichnete man im Stimmbezirk North Coast, der einen Ureinwohneranteil von 40 Prozent aufweist. Die ANP lag dort mit 4,84 % an zweiter Stelle. In Yale-Lillooet erlangte Parteichef Don Moses mit 1126 Stimmen (6,87 % der abgegebenen Stimmen) den 4. Platz unter sechs Kandidaten.

2004 beteiligte sich die ANP an den Bestrebungen eine neue Zentrumspartei zu schaffen. Am 16. Januar 2005 ging sie in der Democratic Reform British Columbia auf.


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