People's Progressive Movement (Cayman Islands)
|People's Progressive Movement|
|Headquarters||Crewe Road, George Town, Cayman Islands|
The People's Progressive Movement was founded in 2002.
General elections were held in the Cayman Islands on 11 May 2005. They were won by the People's Progressive Movement, which took 10 of the 15 seats in the Legislative Assembly.
General elections were held in the Cayman Islands on 20 May 2009. The opposition United Democratic Party defeated the incumbent People's Progressive Movement. A referendum on a draft constitution was held at the same time.
On February 12, 2011, the People’s Progressive Movement became the first political party in the Cayman Islands to transfer leadership. Kurt Tibbetts, the Leader of the Opposition and founder of the PPM, stepped down at the extraordinary conference, passing on the party’s top job to Alden McLaughlin.
List of Leaders of the People's Progressive Movement
May 12, 2005 elections:
- “The Cayman Islands Election Day 2005” by Staff writer, “Cayman Netnews”, Thursday, May 12, 2005, retrieved June 3, 2006
- “PPM sweeps” by Alan Markoff, “Caymanian Compass”, Thursday 12 May, 2005, retrieved June 3, 2006
- “New Cabinet named” by Staff writer, “Caymanian Compass”, Monday 16 May, 2005, retrieved June 3, 2006
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