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Since we already have kriyol gwiyannenn availaible there is no reason to don't have Guadeloupe Creole, spoken by the whole population and the diaspora, one the most spoken caribbean creole just after the haïtian one.
The population speaking it is by far more numerous than the french guiana one, and the population daily connected to the internet, is the country and the diaspora abroad too. It is unfair to not have our language. Beside this language is mostly understandable by most lesser antilles créole speakers (martinique, saint lucia, dominique etc...) this can lead us to more than 1 millions people.
On it's own the guadeloupean créole is spoken by 390 000 population, and its huge diaspora in france.
Many famous french people are from guadeloupe, Thierry Henry, Teddy Riner, Laura Flessel etc...
the guadeloupe créole writting standard exist since the 70s we need it on wikipedia