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Jim Anderton's Progressive Party was a New Zealand political party. Dissolved in 2012.





Jim Anderton's Progressive Party (formed in 2002 as the Progressive Party and renamed after its founder in 2005), was a New Zealand political party generally somewhat to the left of its ally, the Labour Party.


The party was established when Anderton and his supporters left the Alliance party. The party held at least one seat in Parliament from 2002 to 2011 following its leader, Jim Anderton's victories in the electorate in Wigram. The party did not contest the 2011 general election and was deregistered at its own request in March 2012.


Leader: Jim Anderton

Deputy: Matt Robson

Founded: 2002

Dissolved: 2012

Ideology: Progressivism, Democratic Socialism




updated: 2013-09-08

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