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Political Parties in Guyana
Two major political parties have dominated the political landscape in Guyana over the past 50 years - the People Progressive Party (PPP) and People's National Congress (PNC). In addition, several other parties have contested elections as individual groups or as members of political alliances.
  A Partnership for National Unity + Alliance for Change (APNU/AFC)
Political Leader: David GRANGER Seats in National Assembly: 33/65
  People's Progressive Party/Civic (PPP/C)
Political Leader: Bharrat JAGDEO Seats in National Assembly: 32/65
  The United Force (TUF)
Political Leader: Manzoor NADIR Seats in National Assembly: 0/65
  Party Code
  Alliance for Change AFC
  British Guiana Labour Party BGLP
  Democratic Labour Movement DLM
  East Berbice Development Association EBDA
  God Bless Guyana GBG
  Good and Green Guyana GGG
  Guiana United Muslim Party GUMP
  Guyana Action Party GAP
  Guyana Democratic Party GDP
  Guyana Labour Party GLP
  Guyana People's Party GPP
  Healing the Nation Theocracy Party HTNTP
  Horizon and Star HAS
  Independent Party IP
  Justice for All Party JFAP
  Justice Party JP
  Liberator Party LP
  Manpower Citizens' Association MPCA
  National Democratic Front NDF
  National Democratic Movement NDM
  National Democratic Party NDP
  National Front Alliance NFA
  National Independent Party NIP
  National Labour Front NLF
  National Republican Party NRP
  Organisation for Victory of the People OVPP
  Patriotic Coalition for Democracy PCD
  Peace, Equality and Prosperity Party PEPP
  People's Democratic Movement PDM
  People's Democratic Party PDP
  People’s National Congress - Reform PNCR
  Political Affairs Committee PAC
  Popular Party PP
  Progressive Association PA
  People's Unity Party of Guyana PUP
  Rise Organise and Rebuild Guyana ROAR
  Union of Guyanese International UGI
  United Democratic Party UDP
  United Republican Party URP
  United Workers Party UWP
  Working People's Alliance WPA
  Working People's Vanguard Party WPVP
Note: Colour codes are used for ease of recognition of political parties in data tables and figures. For older parties the colour is not necessarily indicative of the colour used by that party at the time.
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