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Political Parties in St. Kitts and Nevis
Four political parties contested the last General Elections in 2010. Two of them contested the St. Kitts constituencies – the St. Kitts/Nevis Labour Party (SKNLP) established in 1932 and the Peoples Action Movement (PAM) established in 1965. There was one independent candidate. Two parties contested the Nevis constituencies – the Concerned Citizens Movement (CCM) established in 1987 and the Nevis Reformation Party (NRP) established in 1970.
MAJOR ACTIVE PARTIES
  St. Kitts Nevis Labour Party (SKNLP)
Political Leader: Denzil DOUGLAS Seats in National Assembly: 3/11
   
  People's Action Movement (PAM)
Political Leader: Shawn RICHARDS Seats in National Assembly: 4/11
   
  People's Labour Party (PLP)
Political Leader: Timothy HARRIS Seats in National Assembly: 1/11
   
  Concerned Citizens Movement (CCM)
Political Leader: Vance AMORY Seats in National Assembly: 2/11
   
  Nevis Reformation Party (NRP)
Political Leader: Joseph PARRY Seats in National Assembly: 1/11
   
  Team Unity (PAM+PLP+CCM)
Political Leader: Timothy HARRIS Seats in National Assembly: 7/11
   
SUMMARY OF OTHER POLITICAL PARTIES AND OTHER GROUPS
  Party Code
  Democrats DEM
  Kelsick and Wilkin Monopoly Brokers KWMB
  National Integrity Party NIP
  Nevis Progressive Party NPP
  People's Democratic Party PDP
  People's Political Movement PPM
  Progressive Liberal Party PLP
  St. Kitts Democratic Party SKDP
  United National Empowerment Party UNEP
  United National Movement UNM
  United People's Party UPP
  Workers' League WL
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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