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Political Parties in the British Virgin Islands
The British Virgin Islands has a two-party system, which means that there are two dominant political parties - the current majority National Democratic Party (NDP and the minority Virgin Islands Party (VIP). It is difficult to achieve electoral success under the banner of any other party.
  National Democratic Party (NDP)
Political Leader: D. Orlando SMITH Seats in Legislative Assembly: 7/13
  Progressive Virgin Islands Movement (PVIM)
Political Leader: Ronnie W. SKELTON Seats in Legislative Assembly: 3/13
  Virgin Islands Party (VIP)
Political Leader: Andrew FAHIE Seats in Legislative Assembly: 1/13
  Progressives United (PU)
Political Leader: Julian FRASER Seats in Legislative Assembly: 1/13
  Party Code
  Concerned Citizen Movement CCM
  Independent People's Movement IPM
  Party of the People POP
  People's Coalition Movement PCM
  People's Empowerment Party PEP
  People's Own Party POP
  People's Patriotic Alliance PPA
  People's Party PP
  Progressive People's Democratic Party PPDP
  United Party UP
  VI Democratic Party VIDP
  Virgin Islands National Movement VINM
  Virgin Islands Progressive Party VIPP
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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