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 Political Parties in Guyana

Two major political parties have dominated the political landscape in Guyana over the past 50 years - the People Progressive Party (PPP) and People's National Congress (PNC). In addition, several other parties have contested elections as individual groups or as members of political alliances. This section provides a comprehensive list of the political parties and alliances contesting the 2011 Elections in Guyana.

Active Parties at a Glance
 People's Progressive Party/Civic (PPP/C) Learn More
  Political Leader: Donald RAMOTAR
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  Seats in National Assembly: 32/65
 A Partnership for National Unity (APNU) Learn More
  Political Leader: David GRANGER
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  Seats in National Assembly: 26/65
Coalition Members

  People’s National Congress Reform (PNCR)

 
  Guyana Action Party (GAP)  
  National Front Alliance (NFA)  
  Working People's Alliance (WPA)  
 Alliance for Change (AFC) Learn More
  Political Leader: Khemraj RAMJATTAN
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  Seats in National Assembly: 7/65
 The United Force (TUF) Learn More
  Political Leader: Peter PERSAUD
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  Seats in National Assembly: 0/65
Defunct Parties and Other Groups
East Berbice Development Association (EBDA)
Rise Organise and Rebuild Guyana (RORG)
Guyana Democratic Party (GDP)
Justice for All Party (JFA)
Peoples Democratic Party (PDP)
Unity Party of Guyana (UPG)
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