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People's Labour Movement (PLM)

The People's Labour Movement (PLM) was a political party in Grenada.

In 1999, after the National Democratic Congress (NDC) failed to win any seats in the election, former Attorney General Francis Alexis dropped out of the NDC and formed his own party, the People‘s Labour Movement, on a labor platform.

At the 2003 elections, the PLM won 2.2% of the popular vote and no seats. For the July 2008 election, it formed a coalition with the Grenada United Labour Party; the United Labour Platform fielded 11 candidates for the 15 seats, netting 0.84% of the vote and no victories. The party became defunct after the 2008 elections.

For the July 2008 election, the PLM formed a coalition with the Grenada United Labour Party (GULP): The United Labour Platform. The United Labour Platform in 2008 fielded 11 candidates for the 15 seats, netting 0.84% of the vote and winning no seats.

Current Leader Francis ALEXIS
Founded 1999
Founded by Francis ALEXIS
First Election 2003
Last Election 2008
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Status Active
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