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Political Parties in Saint Lucia
There are two major political parties in Saint Lucia: the Saint Lucia Labour Party (SLP) founded in 1950, and the United Workers Party (UWP) founded in 1964. Five parties contested the 2011 General Elections - United Workers Party (UWP) led by Stephenson King; the main opposition St. Lucia Labour Party (SLP) led by Kenny Anthony; the Lucian Peoples Movement (LPM) led by Therold Prudent; the National Development Movement (NDM) of Ausbert d'Auvergne; and the Lucian Greens (LG) represented by Andre de Caires.
MAJOR ACTIVE PARTIES
  Saint Lucia Labour Party (SLP)
Political Leader: Philip PIIERRE Seats in House of Assembly: 6/17
   
  United Workers Party (UWP)
Political Leader: Alllen CHASTANET Seats in House of Assembly: 11/17
   
  Lucian People's Movement (LPM)
Political Leader: Therold PRUDENT Seats in House of Assembly: 0/17
 
  Lucian Greens (LG)
Political Leader: Andre De CAIRES Seats in House of Assembly: 0/17
 
  National Democratic Movement (NDM)
Political Leader: Ausbert D'AUVERGNE Seats in House of Assembly: 0/17
 
SUMMARY OF OTHER POLITICAL PARTIES AND OTHER GROUPS
  Party Code
  National Alliance NA
  National Labour Movement NLM
  Progressive Labour Party PLP
  People's Progressive Party PPP
  Saint Lucia Freedom Party SFP
  Saint Lucia Freedom Party-United Front SFP-UF
  Sou Tout Apwe Fete Fini STAFF
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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