Reform Progressive Party


The Reform Progressive Party (Partido Progressista Reformador, PPR) was a centre-right Brazilian party, formed by the fusion of the Democratic Social Party (PDS) and the Christian Democratic Party (PDC) in 1993.[1] Two years later the party, along with the Progressive Party, formed a new party called Brazilian Progressive Party. The leader of the party was Esperidião Amin, former governor of Santa Catarina in 1983-87.

Reform Progressive Party

Partido Progressista Reformador
AbbreviationPPR
LeaderEsperidião Amin
Founded1993
Dissolved1995
Merger ofDemocratic Social Party
Christian Democratic Party
Merged intoBrazilian Progressive Party
IdeologyConservatism
Christian democracy
Political positionCentre-right

References


  1. John J. Crocitti; Monique Vallance (2012). Brazil Today: An Encyclopedia of Life in the Republic. ABC-CLIO. p. 491. ISBN 978-0-313-34672-9.