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|Chairman||Tun Aung Myint|
|Secretary-General||Saw Say War|
|Founded||21 May 2010|
|Headquarters||No 632, D/16, Arzarni Road, 4th Junction, Ward 5, Shwepyitha Township, Yangon, Myanmar|
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The Kayin People's Party (S'gaw Karen: ပှၤကညီဖိပၣ်တံၣ်, Burmese: ���ရင်ပြည်သူ့ပါတီ; abbreviated KPP) is a political party in Myanmar (Burma). It was formed by retired Kayin government officers to contest the 2010 general elections. It is based in Yangon where many Karen people are living.
It fielded 41 candidates in the 2010 general elections, winning six seats. It did not run in the 2012 by-elections. In the 2015 general elections it partnered with the Federal Democracy Alliance (FDA), and the Kayin Democratic Party to field over 100 candidates in constituencies across seven states and regions - Yangon, Bago, Tanintharyi, Ayeyarwady, Kayah, Kayin and Mon. Despite this, it retained only a single seat in the Kayin State Hluttaw.
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