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A Partnership for National Unity (APNU)

The APNU was formed on 24 June 2011 as a
political alliance between major opposition party PNC and
three smaller parties: the Guyana Action Party (GAP), the
National Front Alliance (NFA) and the Working People’s
Alliance (WPA). The PNC, along with the PPP/C is one
of the two largest political parties in Guyana. The PNC
formed in 1957 after a split between leader Forbes Burnham
and Guyanese “founding father” Cheddi Jagan, who ruled
Guyana from independence in 1966 until 1992.

On 14 February 2015, the leaders of A Partnership for National Unity (APNU) and Alliance for Change (AFC) signed the “Cummingsburg Accord.” Through this Accord, both parties will contest the 2015 elections on a single list of candidates; with the APNU nominating the Presidential candidate and AFC nominating the Prime Ministerial candidate.

Prior to the 2015 elections, the APNU formed a joint electoral list with the Alliance for Change. The combined list won 33 seats, allowing PNC leader David A. Granger to become President.

Leader David GRANGER
Founded 2011
Party Colour Green
Party Symbol Palm of the hand
National Assembly seats 2015 33/65
Status Active
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