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Movement for Change and Prosperity (MCAP)

The Movement for Change and Prosperity (MCAP) is a political party in Montserrat led by Reuben Meade. The MCAP won the parliamentary majority in the 2009 election with six of nine seats in the legislative council.

Leader Reuben MEADE
Founded 2005
Status Active
Party Colour Yellow
Legislative Assembly seats - 2014 2/9
Political Parties of Montserrat
MCAP Resources
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MCAP 2014 Manifesto MCAP 2009 Manifesto  
MCAP Members of the Legislative Assembly
Members Name Party
Hon. Reuben T. MEADE Movement for Change and Prosperity
Hon. Easton TAYLOR-FARRELL Movement for Change and Prosperity
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