United Progressive Party (Antigua and Barbuda)
|Parliamentary leader||Jamale Pringle|
|Merger of||Antigua Caribbean Liberation Movement, Progressive Labour Movement, United National Democratic Party|
|Colours||Blue and gold|
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politics and government of
Antigua and Barbuda
The United Progressive Party is a political party in Antigua and Barbuda. Previously led by Baldwin Spencer, it was the governing party from 2004 to 2014. It has been in opposition since the 2014 election and is now lead by Harold Lovell with leadership in parliament by Jamale L. Pringle (who serves as Leader of the Opposition in parliament as the only United Progressive Party member who successfully won a seat in the 2018 general election).
The United Progressive Party was formed in 1992 through a merger of three parties, namely the Antigua Caribbean Liberation Movement, the Progressive Labour Movement and the United National Democratic Party. Each party was in opposition to the Antigua Labour Party government. Baldwin Spencer was chosen to lead the new party.
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