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Here, we provide access to digital versions of manifestos of the country's major political parties from previous elections. This list is not all inclusive; we will continue to update the list and encourage you to suggest other resources you think we should list here.
Manifestos by Election Year
A reverse chronological list of manifestos by election year.
2015 GENERAL ELECTION Learn more

A Partnership for National Unity + Alliance for Change
Our Vision for Unity, Stability & Development
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People's Progressive Party/Civic
Our Vision: Guyana 2.0
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The United Force
Guyana Needs Youth: Put Youth Talent to Work for Guyana
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United Republican Party
Onward Upward We Will Go
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2011 GENERAL ELECTION Learn more

A Partnership for National Unity
A Good Life for All Guyanese
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Alliance for Change
Action Plan for Guyana 2nd Edition
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People's Progressive Party/Civic
Working Together for a Better Tomorrow
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The United Force
Agenda for Development
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2006 GENERAL ELECTION Learn more

People's National Congress Reform - 1 Guyana
Move Forward with 1 Guyana
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The United Force
The Road to Prosperity
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Manifestos by Party
An alphabetical list of manifestos by political party
A PARTNERSHIP FOR NATIONAL UNITY (APNU) Learn more
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APNU/AFC 2015 Manifesto
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APNU 2011 Manifesto
 
ALLIANCE FOR CHANCE (AFC) Learn more
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AFC 2011 Manifesto
   
PEOPLE'S NATIONAL CONGRESS REFORM (PNCR) Learn more
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PNC/R 2006 Manifesto
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PNC/R 2001 Manifesto
 
PEOPLE'S PROGRESSIVE PARTY/CIVIC (PPP/C) Learn more
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PPP/C 2015 Manifesto
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PPP/C 2011 Manifesto
 
THE UNITED FORCE (TUF) Learn more
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TUF 2015 Manifesto
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TUF 2011 Manifesto
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TUF 2006 Manifesto
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TUF 1997 Manifesto
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TUF 1992 Manifesto
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TUF 1964 Manifesto
UNITED REPUBLICAN PARTY (URP) Learn more
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URP 2015 Manifesto
   
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