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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.

Active Parties at a Glance
 St. Kitts Nevis Labour Party (SKNLP) Learn More
  Political Leader: Dr. Denzil DOUGLAS
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  Seats in National Assembly: 7
 People's Action Movement (PAM) Learn More
  Political Leader: Shawn RICHARDS
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  Seats in National Assembly: 3
 People's Labour Party (PLP) Learn More
  Political Leader: Timothy HARRIS
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  Seats in National Assembly: 2
 Concerned Citizens Movement (CCM) Learn More
  Political Leader: Vance AMORY
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  Seats in National Assembly: 2
 Nevis Reformation Party (NRP) Learn More
  Political Leader: Joseph PARRY
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  Seats in National Assembly: 1
 Team Unity Learn More
  Political Leader: Timothy HARRIS
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  Seats in National Assembly: -
Defunct Parties and Other Groups
Democrats
Kelsick and Wilkin Monopoly Brokers (KWMB)
Nevis Progressive Party (NIP)
National Integrity Party (NIP)
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)
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