It is not clear whether Gaborone's opposition has changed since he has defected from opposition ranks to the ruling Botswana Democratic Party.
What does BDP stand for?
BDP stands for Botswana Democratic Party
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- Bi-Communal Development Programme (UNDP)
- Bibliothèque Départementale de Prêt (French: County Library Loan)
- Big Dogs Porch (website)
- Biodegradable Polymer
- Biological Defense Program (US Army)
- Black Dog Productions (band)
- Blu-ray Disc Player (various companies)
- Blue Dragon Productions (Chatham, ON, Canada)
- Body Donation Program (California)
- Boogie Down Productions
- Breakdown Pressure
- Bretagne Déménagements Particuliers (French moving company)
- British Democratic Party (UK)
- Broken Dimanche Press
- Browser Distribution Program (Netscape Corporation)
- Budget Decision Package (various locations)
- Bulletin de la Dialyse Péritonéale (French: Bulletin of Peritoneal Dialysis)
- Bund Der Pfadfinderinnen und Pfadfinder (German Scouts)
- Bundesverbandes Deutscher Pflanzenzüchter (Federal Association of German Plant Cultivators)
- Bürgerlich-Demokratische Partei (Swiss Civil Democratic Party)
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The ruling Botswana Democratic Party has said he supports the move to decriminalise is a Catholic country well known for prostitution.
After his party, Botswana Democratic Party, won the elections again in 2004, he went on to serve for the second term, ending his time as president in 2008, in accordance with the country's constitution.
Specifically, while the Botswana Democratic Party tended to rely on somewhat larger ethno-linguistic groups, it was much stronger in the regions of the country that are more populous.
3) Together with the Botswana Democratic Party (BDP), Khama had a relatively easy time getting reforms through Botswana's 31-person parliament.
The majority of parties currently in power in the Southern African Development Community (SADC) region--such as the African National Congress in South Africa, the Botswana Democratic Party (BDP), the Lesotho Congress for Democracy, the Frente de Libertacao de Mocambique, Zambia's Movement for Multiparty Democracy, and Namibia's SWAPO Party--are powerful while their opposition parties are generally fragmented and weak.
The Botswana Democratic Party (BDP) has retained power throughout this period, but this can be attributed to its successful management of the economy and nation building, rather than to the political manipulation that has brought about similar longevity in other African countries.
In response, Khama helped to form the Botswana Democratic Party (BDP), which unlike the urban based BPP appealed to the rural commoners and tribal chiefs alike.