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Broad Front (Dominican Republic)

Broad Front (Spanish: Frente Amplio), previously named the Movement for Independence, Unity and Change (Spanish: Movimiento Independencia, Unidad y Cambio), is a political formation in the Dominican Republic with a leftist-progressive platform. On the May 16th, 2006 parliamentary election it got 9,735 votes (0.32%), but no seat.[1] In the municipal elections held simultaneously, MIUCA had its best performance in Peralvillo (1,271 votes, 16.36%) and Bayaguana (1,274 votes, 10.27%). Virtudes Álvarez has been its leader for some time.

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  1. ^ www.jce.do/stor/Boletines/2006/19/PDF/B19_A_SA.pdf
  • broadleft.org: Leftist Parties of the World, Dominican Republic. April 25, 2005.
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