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|Political position||Centre to centre-left|
The party was established in 2005 by three MPs who left other parties; Raphael Trotman of the People's National Congress, Khemraj Ramjattan of the People's Progressive Party and Sheila Holder of the Working People's Alliance. Trotman became the leader of the party.
Prior to the 2015 elections, the AFC formed a joint electoral list with the A Partnership for National Unity alliance. The combined list won 33 seats, allowing PNC/APNU leader David A. Granger to become President.
- Stacey-Ann Wilson (2012) Politics of Identity in Small Plural Societies: Guyana, the Fiji Islands, and Trinidad and Tobago, Palgrave Macmillan