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New National Party (NNP)

The New National Party is a conservative political party in Grenada. It is led by the current Prime Minister, Keith Mitchell.

The party was founded in August 1984 through the merger of the Grenada National Party, led by Herbert Blaize, the National Democratic Party, led by George Brizan, and the Grenada Democratic Movement (GDM), led by Francis Alexis. Led by Blaize, the NNP won 14 out of 15 seats in the December 1984 general election, and Blaize became Prime Minister. Mitchell was elected as leader of the NNP in January 1989, defeating Prime Minister Herbert Blaize. In the 1990 general election, the NNP won two seats and was left in opposition.

The party was victorious in the 1995 general election, winning eight out of 15 seats in the House of Representatives, and Mitchell became Prime Minister. After the NNP lost its majority due to the resignation of Raphael Fletcher, the Minister of Foreign Affairs, in November 1998, an early election was called for January 1999,The New National Party (NNP) won all seats. The NNP narrowly won a third term in power in the November 2003 election, reduced to a one seat parliamentary majority.

In the general election held on 27 November 2003, the party won 48.0% of the popular vote and 8 out of 15 seats. In the July 2008 general election, the party lost to the National Democratic Congress (NDC), winning four seats against 11 for the NDC. NDC leader Tillman Thomas succeeded Mitchell as Prime Minister of Grenada. In 2013 on February 19 the New National Party won all 15 seats, thus making history. This is the second time a political party won all constituencies in a general election.

Leader Dr. Keith MITCHELL
Founded August 1984
Party Colour Green
Party Symbol House
Ideology Conservatism
Political Position Centre-right
House of Representatives seats - 2013 15/15
Youth Arm Youth Arm of the New National Party
Women's Arm New National Party Women's Arm
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CONTACT INFORMATION
Upper Lucas Street, St. George's,
P.O.B. 646, Grenada, W.I.
nnpadmin@nnpnews.com
(473) 231-1876 or (473) 439-9417
NNP RESOURCES
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NNP 2013 Manifesto NNP 2013 Youth Manifesto NNP 2008 Manifesto  
NNP MEMBERS OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES
Members Name Constituency Post
The Dr. The Right Hon. Keith Mitchell, MP St. George North West Prime Minister & Minister for National Security, Legal Affairs, Public Administration and Information, Information Communication Technology & Culture
Hon.. Delma Thomas, MP St. Andrew North West Minister for Social Development, Housing & Community Development

Hon. Emmalin Pierre, MP

St. Andrew South East Minister for Youth, Sports & Ecclesiastic Affairs Ministry of Youth

Hon. Yolande Horsford, MP

St. Andrew South West Member

Hon. Tobias Clement, MP

St. George North East Member

Hon. Oliver Thomas Joseph, MP

St. David Minister for Economic Development, Trade, Planning & Cooperatives
Hon. Roland Bhola, MP Saint Andrew North East Minister for Agriculture, Land, Forestry and Fisheries and Environment

Hon. Nickolas Steele, MP

Town of St. George Minister for Foreign Affairs & International Business Ministry of Foreign Affairs
Hon. Anthony Boatswain, MP St. Patrick West Minister for Education & Human Resource Development
Hon. Alexandera Ottway-Noel St. George South Member

Hon. Gregory Bowen, MP

St. George South East Minister for Communications, Works, Physical Development, Public Utilities & ICT

Hon. Alvin Martin Da Breo, MP

St. John

Minister for ICT

Hon. Clifton Paul, MP St. Patrick East Member
Hon. Clarice Modeste-Curwen, MP St. Mark

Minister for Health & Social Security

Hon. Elvin Nimrod, MP Carriacou and Petite Martinique

Minister for Legal Affairs, Labour, Carriacou & Petite Martinique Affairs     
& Local Government

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