Action and Renewal Movement

Action and Renewal Movement
Mouvement Action et Renouveau
PresidentRoland Bouiti-Viaudo
FounderJean-Baptiste Tati Loutard
Founded2006 (2006)
IdeologySocial democracy
Political positionCentre-left
2 / 72
National Assembly
4 / 151
Official website

The Action and Renewal Movement (French: Mouvement Action et Renouveau, MAR) is a political party in the Republic of the Congo. It was founded by Jean-Baptiste Tati Loutard, who was the party's president until his death in 2009. He was succeeded by incumbent leader Roland Bouiti-Viaudo, who formerly served as Mayor of Pointe-Noire and Minister of State for Hydrocarbons. The party supports the presidency of Denis Sassou Nguesso.

MAR held its constitutive congress in late December 2006, marking its transformation into a political party; 342 delegates attended the congress. In the parliamentary election held on 24 June and 5 August 2007, the party won five out of 137 seats. The party has been since part of Denis Sassou Nguesso's governing coalition.

Electoral history

National Assembly elections

Election Party leader Votes % Seats +/– Position Result
2007 Jean-Baptiste Tati Loutard
5 / 137
New Increase 4th Coalition
2012 Roland Bouiti-Viaudo
4 / 139
Decrease 1 Decrease 5th Coalition
4 / 151
Steady 0 Increase 4th Coalition
4 / 151
Steady 0 Steady 4th Coalition
(PCT-MAR-Club 2002-RDSP)

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