Lopez Obrador of the Democratic Revolutionary Party (PRD) has seen his chances rise from 27 percent to 34 percent in the same period of time.
What does PRD stand for?
PRD stands for Democratic Revolutionary Party (Mexico)
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We have 224 other meanings of PRD in our Acronym Attic
- Polish Roman Catholic Union of America
- Pacific Rim Council on Urban Development
- Packed Red Cell Volume
- Porcine Respiratory Coronavirus (also seen as PRC)
- Princeton Regional Convention and Visitors Bureau (NJ)
- Provincial Resource Centre for the Visually Impaired (Canada)
- Parker River Clean Water Association (Massachusetts)
- Puerto Rico Coordination Zone (US FCC; radio telescopy)
- Democratic Renewal Party
- Democratic Renovation Party (Cape Verde)
- Paediatric Rheumatic Disease
- Parks and Recreation Department (various locations)
- Parks and Recreation Division (various locations)
- Parti de la Réforme et du Développement (French: Reform and Development Party, Morocco)
- Parti Radical-Democratique Suisse (Radical Free Democratic Party Switzerland)
- Partido de la Revolución Democrática (Party of the Democratic Revolution)
- Partido Revolucionario Democrático (Spanish: Democratic Revolutionary Party; Panamanian political group)
- Partido Revolucionario Dominicano (Republica Dominicana)
- Partners in Rural Development (Canada)
- Passive Restraint Discount (insurance)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Lopez Obrador, part of the Democratic Revolutionary Party (PRD), can now run for president in 2006, a much stronger candidate for his trouble.
For example, in the Senate we find Manuel Bartlett and Enrique Jackson for the PRI and Diego Fernandez de Cevallos for the PAN, while in Congress is the PRI's Beatriz Paredes and Marti Bartres of the Democratic Revolutionary Party (PRD).
1 confrontation between security forces and protesters from the opposition PRD, the Democratic Revolutionary Party, in Mexico City's zocalo.