Samoan Conservative Progressive Party

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The Samoan Conservative Progressive Party (SCPP) was a political party in Samoa. The party was established in June 1995 by Leota Itu'au Ale, former deputy leader of the Samoan National Development Party after a disagreement over the party's leadership. The SCPP supported the incumbent Human Rights Protection Party government.[1]


  1. ^ Asofou So'o (2005). "The establishment and operation of Samoa's political party system". In Roland Rich, Luke Hambly and Michael G. Morgan (ed.). Political Parties in the Pacific Islands. Canberra: Pandanus Books. p. 194.