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Independent Liberal Party (ILP)

The Independent Liberal Party is a political party of Trinidad and Tobago. It was formed in July 2013, after Jack Austin Warner was not reselected as the candidate for the Chaguanas West by-election for the United National Congress party. It was launched at a political rally, in Jubilee Grounds, Pierre Road, Chaguanas.

Jack Austin Warner fought the Chaguanas West By-Election on 29 July 2013, and won, beating out the closest candidate Kadijah Ameen by a 2 to 1 margin, more than twice the number of votes.

The ILP proposes to create a society where cultural, social, religious and economic diversity is respected and celebrated, where minority groups have a majority voice, where citizens will be encouraged to pursue their dreams in an enabling environment that is sustainable, progressive, safe and secure. The ILP commits to providing fairness, honesty and people oriented need fulfillment, and to provide the opportunity for all citizens to reach their highest potential, to compete within the global village. The ILP will be defined by Integrity, and an adherence to social justice.

Leader Jack WARNER
Founded 2013
Party Colour Green
Party Symbol Sugar Cane Stalk and Pumping Jack
House of Representatives seats - 2015 0/41
Status Active
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