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Marcus Garvey People's Political Party (MGPPP)

The Marcus Garvey People's Political Party (formerly known as the Marcus Garvey People's Progressive Party) is a political party in Jamaica formed by the merger of two minor parties. The ideology associated with the party is arguably Socialist, republican and Pan-Africanist. The party is named after Jamaican National Hero,Marcus Garvey. On election ballots, the party campaign as MG/PPP or simply PPP.

The party is currently led by Caribbean History teacher, Leon Burrell.

The MGPPP is running six candidatesa in the 2016 Jamaican general election.

Leader Leon BURRELL
Founded October 1995
Party Colour Blue
Party Symbol Lighthouse
House of Representatives seats - 2011 0/63
Official Website Email      
75 East Street, Kingston, Jamaica
(876) 948-8818
Download Manifesto      
MGPPP 2011 Manifesto      
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