Guinean People's Party

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The Guinean People's Party (Portuguese: Partido Popular Guineense, PPG) was a small political party in Guinea-Bissau.


The party was established by João Tátis Sá following his unsuccessful candidacy in the 1999–2000 presidential elections.[1] It joined the United People's Alliance for the 2004 parliamentary elections, which won a single seat in the National People's Assembly.

Sá ran for president again in 2005, but finished last in a field of 13 candidates.


  1. ^ Peter Karibe Mendy (2013) Historical Dictionary of the Republic of Guinea-Bissau, Scarecrow Press, p317