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Guyana Politics is governed by combinations of parliamentary style democracy, Multi party system, National assembly, elections and a president who represents the common people.
Executive power is under the government whereas the legislative power is maintained by both the government and the national assembly of Guyana. Executive power is under the government whereas the legislative power is maintained by both the government and the national assembly of Guyana. Judiciary is independent both from the executive and the legislative. The Legislative power of the Guyana Politics rests in the Unicameral National Assembly and it has 53 members. All members are chosen on the base of promotional representation.

Politics in Guyana is influenced by the race and ideology and these were always the dominant factors in the political scenario but the split of the multiracial in 1955 again put the Guyana Politics on the ethnicity and the ideological levels. The election commission of Guyana is solely responsible for the administration of elections in Guyana. Previous to 1991, the election commission in Guyana consisted of a chairman who himself was appointed by the president

Various political parties are there in Guyana and Guyana has mainly two party systems and it's totally difficult for any individual to go under the guidance of any other party. Political History of Guyana always consisted of three categories of politicians and they are Guyanese activists, President of Guyana and Prime Minister of Guyana.

Guyana politics, foreign relations has gained an influential scene in the international affairs mainly after the independence in 1966 and Guyana has a diplomatic relations with number of nations. Two neighbors that are always having dispute with the Venezuela and Suriname have agreed to get the recommendations from the UN secretary general in order to settle the disputes among themselves. Thus South American politics in each country is quiet different and hardly have they followed the same rule.