MLSTP

AcronymDefinition
MLSTPMovimento de Libertação de São Tomé e Principe (Movement for the Liberation of Sao Tome and Principe)
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The Party of Democratic Convergence (PCD) beat the MLSTP to take a majority of seats in the National Assembly, with the MLSTP becoming an important and vocal minority party.
In June 2005, following public discontent with oil exploration licenses granted in the Joint Development Zone (JDZ) with Nigeria, the MLSTP, the majority party, and its coalition partners threatened to resign from government and force early parliamentary elections.
President Menezes' party, the Movement for the Democratic Force of Change (MDFM), in coalition with PCD, won 23 seats and took an unexpected lead ahead of the MLSTP. The MLSTP came in second with 20 seats, the ADI came in third with 11 seats, and the movement "Novo Rumo" gained one seat.
In response to the MLSTP appeal, Menezes withdrew the three MDFM ministers from the coalition (Menezes directly controlled those particular ministers).
The Party of Democratic Convergence (PCD) toppled the MLSTP to take a majority of seats in the National Assembly, with the MLSTP becoming an important and vocal minority party.
In June 2005, following public discontent with oil exploration licenses granted in the Joint Development Zone (JDZ) with Nigeria, the MLSTP, the party with the largest number of seats in the National Assembly, and its coalition partners threatened to resign from government and force early parliamentary elections.
President Menezes' party, the Movement for the Democratic Force of Change (MDFM), in coalition with Party of Democratic Convergence (PCD), won 23 seats and took an unexpected lead ahead of the MLSTP. The MLSTP came in second with 20 seats, the Independent Democratic Alliance (ADI) came in third with 11 seats, and the movement "Novo Rumo" had one seat.
In response to the MLSTP appeal, Menezes withdrew the four MDFM ministers from the coalition (those ministers Menezes directly controlled).