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Political Parties in Belize
Belize has a two-party system, which means that there are two dominant political parties. It is difficult to achieve electoral success under the banner of any other party.
MAJOR ACTIVE PARTIES
  United Democratic Party (UDP)
Political Leader: Dean BARROW Seats in House of Assembly: 19/31
   
  People's United Party (PUP)
Political Leader: Juan BRICENO Seats in House of Assembly: 12/31
   
  Belize Progessive Party (BPP)
Political Leader: Patrick ROGERS Seats in House of Assembly: 0/31  
SUMMARY OF OTHER POLITICAL PARTIES AND OTHER GROUPS
  Party Code
  Belize Green Independence Party BGIP
  Vision Inspired by the People VIP
  Christian Democratic Party CDP
  Corozal United Front CUF
  Corozal United Party CUP
  Democratic Party DP
  Corozal United Party CUP
  Honduran IndependeceParty HIP
  People's Committee PC
  National Party NP
  National Independence Party NIP
  Western Independence Party WIP
  Democratic and Agricultural Labour Party DALP
  People's Independence Party PIP
  Political Action Committee PAC
  United Black Association for Development UBAD
  Revolitical Action Movement RAM
  People's Development Movement PDM
  Toledo Progressive Party TPP
  Belize Popular Party BPP
  San Pedro United Movement SPUM
  National Alliance for Belizean Rights NABR
  People's Democratic Party PDP
  National Reality Truth Creation Party NRTCP
  We the People Reform Movement WTP
  People's National Party PNP
  National Reform Party NRP
  National Belizean Alliance NBA
  Christians Pursuing Reform Party CPRP
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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