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New Progressive Party (Partido Nuevo Progresista, PNP)

BRIEF HISTORY

The New Progressive (Partido Nuevo Progresista, PNP) sometimes translated to New Party for Progress is a political party that advocates for Puerto Rico to become a state of the United States. The party was founded in 1967 by dissidents from the Republican Statehood Party which were dissatisfied with the party after it instructed its members to not participate in the referendum held that same year.

The PNP is one of the two major parties in Puerto Rico with significant political strength and currently holds the seat of resident comissioner. The party also currently has a minority of the seats in both the Senate and House of Representatives, and in the seats of mayors in the municipalities of Puerto Rico.

Politically, the party is contrasted by the Popular Democratic Party (PPD) which advocates for maintaining the current political status of Puerto Rico as that of an unincorporated territory of the United States with self-government and the Puerto Rican Independence Party (PIP) which advocates for the independence of Puerto Rico.

Party members are commonly called penepés, progresistas, or estadistas ("statehooders") and affiliate with both the Republican and Democratic Party of the United States.

Country Profile QUICK FACTS
Leader Pedro PIERLUISI
Founded 20 August 1967
Party Colour Blue and white
Ideology Puerto Rican statehood
Political Position Centre-right
Seats in the Senate 8/27
Seats in the House of Representatives 23/51
Seats in the Municipalities 31/78
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Country Profile CONTACT INFORMATION
Ave. Ponce de León # 70, 00918 San Juan, Puerto Rico
partidonuevoprogresista51@gmail.com
787-756-2012
Country Profile PNP RESOURCES
Download Manifesto      
PNP 2012 Manifesto      
Country Profile PNP MEMBERS OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES
Members Name District Party
Jenniffer González At-large New Progressive Party
José Aponte Hernández At-large New Progressive Party
José "Kikito" Meléndez At-large New Progressive Party
Lourdes Ramos At-large New Progressive Party
María Milagros Charbonier At-large New Progressive Party
José "Nuno" López District 1 New Progressive Party
Jorge Navarro Suárez District 5 New Progressive Party
Antonio "Tony" Soto District 6 New Progressive Party
Luis Pérez Ortíz District 7 New Progressive Party
Antonio "Toñito" Silva District 8 New Progressive Party
Ángel "Gary" Rodríguez District 9 New Progressive Party
Pedro Julio Santiago District 10 New Progressive Party
Héctor Torres Calderón District 12 New Progressive Party
Gabriel Rodríguez Aguiló District 13 New Progressive Party
Ricardo Llerandi District 14 New Progressive Party
Ángel Muñoz District 18 New Progressive Party
Waldemar Quiles Rodríguez District 22 New Progressive Party
Luis "Tato" León District 24 New Progressive Party
Urayoán Hernández District 26 New Progressive Party
Rafael "June" Rivera District 28 New Progressive Party
Ángel Peña District 33 New Progressive Party
Carlos "Johnny" Méndez District 36 New Progressive Party
Ángel Bulerín District 37 New Progressive Party
Country Profile PNP MEMBERS OF THE SENATE
Members Name District Party
Itzamar Peña At-large New Progressive Party
Larry Seilhamer Rodríguez At-large New Progressive Party
Margarita Nolasco At-large New Progressive Party
Thomas Rivera Schatz At-large New Progressive Party
Carmelo Ríos District II Bayamón New Progressive Party
Migdalia Padilla District II Bayamón New Progressive Party
Ángel Martínez District III Arecibo New Progressive Party
José Joito Pérez District III Arecibo New Progressive Party
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