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Anton Foljambe (born 1972) is a former chairman of the National Democrats Party (NDP) in New Zealand. He has participated in various fringe-right organisations in New Zealand. He formed the NDP in 1999 and stood for parliament in that election. He has stood an additional two or three times, but has always polled very poorly. For instance, he attracted only 20 votes in 2005. The NDP is no longer functioning.
Foljambe resigned from political activity in 2007.
He was born in Christchurch.
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