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The United Progressive Party (UPP) is a political party in Saint Vincent and the Grenadines. The party was formed on 2 January 2020. Its ideology centers on progressivism and decentralization. They had planned to contest the 2020 Vincentian general election, but suspended their campaign on 3 October. Mark J.N Doyle, the party chair, announced that the UPP would contest in 2025 instead; for 2020, he expressed support for the New Democratic Party over the incumbent Unity Labour Party. Their logo is heavily influenced by that of the Jamaica Labour Party.

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  • The United Progressive Party (UPP) is a political party in Saint Vincent and the Grenadines. The party was formed on 2 January 2020. Its ideology centers on progressivism and decentralization. They had planned to contest the 2020 Vincentian general election, but suspended their campaign on 3 October. Mark J.N Doyle, the party chair, announced that the UPP would contest in 2025 instead; for 2020, he expressed support for the New Democratic Party over the incumbent Unity Labour Party. Their logo is heavily influenced by that of the Jamaica Labour Party.
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  • The United Progressive Party (UPP) is a political party in Saint Vincent and the Grenadines. The party was formed on 2 January 2020. Its ideology centers on progressivism and decentralization. They had planned to contest the 2020 Vincentian general election, but suspended their campaign on 3 October. Mark J.N Doyle, the party chair, announced that the UPP would contest in 2025 instead; for 2020, he expressed support for the New Democratic Party over the incumbent Unity Labour Party. Their logo is heavily influenced by that of the Jamaica Labour Party.
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