According to ALLCITYCODES.COM, Saint Vincent and the Grenadines is a small island nation located in the Caribbean Sea. It consists of 32 islands and cays, with a total population of approximately 110,000 people. The main area code for Saint Vincent and the Grenadines is 784, which covers most of its population centers. Other cities in Saint Vincent and the Grenadines may have different area codes but all begin with 784. For example, Kingstown has an area code of 784-456 while Bequia has an area code of 784-457. In addition to the two-digit area code, each Saint Vincent and the Grenadines phone number also contains a three-digit prefix that indicates the city or town from which the call was made. For example, if someone in Kingstown dials 784-456-1234, the 456 indicates that the call was made from Kingstown while 784 identifies it as being located in Saint Vincent and the Grenadines. Other major cities such as Bequia (784-457) also have their own unique three digit prefixes within their respective two digit area codes. In addition to these major cities, there are many smaller towns and villages throughout Saint Vincent and the Grenadines that also have their own unique two digit area codes. For example, Canouan has an area code of 784-458 while Mayreau has an area code of 784-459. Similarly, Union Island has an area code of 784-460 while Mustique has an area code of 784-461. Each region’s administrative center also typically has its own unique three digit prefix within its respective two digit area code; for example, the administrative center of Canouan has a three digit prefix of 458 within its 784458 two digit area code. Saint Vincent and the Grenadines is a parliamentary democracy within the Commonwealth of Nations. The country is a constitutional monarchy, with Queen Elizabeth II as the head of state, represented by a Governor-General. The Prime Minister is the head of government, and is elected by the people through universal adult suffrage. The Parliament consists of two chambers: the House of Assembly and a Senate appointed by the Governor-General on advice from the Prime Minister. The judiciary is independent and has jurisdiction over all matters arising under its constitution and other laws. There are three major political parties in Saint Vincent and the Grenadines: The Unity Labour Party, which has been in power since 2001; The New Democratic Party; and The Progressive Labour Party. All three parties are active in local politics, with general elections held every five years. PROEXCHANGERATES: Features public policy of St. Vincent.