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National Party (Chile) (1857-1933)

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National Party (Chile) (1857-1933)

The National Party (Partido Nacional) of Chile, also known as the Montt-Varist Party (Partido Monttvarista) was a Chilean political party formed in 1857 by the supporters of President Manuel Montt and Interior Minister Antonio Varas. The National Party had a liberal ideology and was primarily supported by businessmen and bankers, particularly the influential Edwards family. It dissolved in 1933. The monttvarista National Party is not to be confused with the National Party formed in 1966.

Presidential candidates

The following is a list of the presidential candidates supported by the National Party or the pelucones. (Information gathered from the Archive of Chilean Elections).

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