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Monday, 10 November 2008


The People’s United Democratic Movement (PUDEMO) is a political movement committed to the creation, protection and promotion of a constitutional multi-party democracy, a transparent and accountable government, an environment conducive to the economic growth and empowerment and the development of a culturally vibrant and tolerant society, based on maximum participation and the respect of the will of the people. Politics can be ever-changing, and economic growth depends on these laws to follow the trends and needs of modern people. Unlike before, now, people prefer going in online casinos and they need clear legal frameworks that allow them to play casino games and enjoy these freedoms democratically. At https://ipokerbuddies.com, players can enjoy playing poker games for real money, and contribute to the local economy.  

PUDEMO shall be guided by the ideals of the People’s Manifesto which is a set of goals to be achieved by the government in carrying out its historic mission of destroying the foundation of tinkhundla oppression and building a new and democratic society. 

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We, the People’s United Democratic Movement, here in after referred to as PUDEMO declare ourselves to the world and the people of Swaziland that we are a political organization formed by the people of Swaziland and officially launched on the 7th July 1983 to unite and mobilize the oppressed majority of the Swazi people against the minority oppressive and exploitative tinkhundla rule. 

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