A political party is a free association of persons, one of the aims of which is to participate in the management of public affairs, including through the presentation of candidates to free and democratic elections.
Any political party which wishes to support or endorse a candidate in the Guernsey General Election must be registered at the Greffe first.
The Register of Political Parties is available for inspection at the Greffe during normal working hours. It is also available to view below.
How to Register a Political Party
- The guidance notes and application form to register a political party are available in the downloads section and by clicking on the documents below:
Guidance Notes Registering a Political Party - Guidance Notes [468kb] Application form Application for Registration as a Political Party Form [294kb]
Register of Political Parties
The Guernsey Party
Date Party application received 05.08.2020 Date Party registered by the Greffe 05.08.2020 Filed documents Application for Registration as a Political Party form
The Guernsey Party [725kb] Notification of change of Officers Change of Officers - 20 January 2023 [232kb] Management Report & Accounts (05.08.2020 to 31.12.2021) Report & Accounts up to 31/12/2021 [327kb]
Future Guernsey (Previously the Guernsey Partnership of Independents)
Date Party application received 18.08.2020 Date Party registered by the Greffe 18.08.2020 Filed documents Confirmation of change of Party name - 26th November 2021 Letter from Deputy Gavin St Pier - Change of Party name [437kb] Future Guernsey - 17th November 2021 Future Guernsey Party - Coalition constitution [258kb] Application for Registration as a Political Party form
The Guernsey Partnership of Independents [805kb] Notification of change of officeholders Change of Officeholders - 1 September 2021 [443kb] Unaudited Financial Statements as at 31 December 2022 Accounts up to year ending 31.12.2022 [155kb]