Minor Parties

Published 8th February, 2011

Argentina has a number of coalitions and political groupings. Regional parties can have completely different names to their national counterparts which makes tracking of elections difficult.

There are around 73 known political parties and 22 alliances not named above. Some of the national and regional parties (with their region) named in various sources include:

• Action for the Republic, (Acción por la República, AR)
• Alliance Front of Production and Labour (Frente de la Producción y el Trabajo, San Juan Province)
• Christian Democratic Party, (Partido Demócrata Cristiano, DC)
• Civic and Social Front of Catamarca (Frente Cívico y Social, Catamarca Province)
• Civic Front for Santiago (Frente Cívico por Santiago, Santiago del Estero Province)
• Democratic Party (Mendoza) (Partido Demócrata, Mendoza Province)
• Democratic Progressive Party (Partido Demócrata Progresista, PDP, Santa Fe Province)
• Free of the South Movement (Libres del Sur)
• Front for Everyone (Frente para Todos, Chaco Province, Corrientes Province)
• Front for the Renewal of Concord (Frente por la Renovación de la Concordia, Misiones Province)
• Intransigent Party, (Partido Intransigente, PI)
• Liberal Party of Corrientes (Partido Liberal, Corrientes Province)
• Neuquén People’s Movement (Movimiento Popular Neuquino, MPN, Neuquén Province)
• New Party (Partido Nuevo, Córdoba Province)
• New Corrientes Party (Partido Nuevo Corrientes, PANU, Corrientes Province)
• Progressive, Civic and Social Front (Frente Progresista Cívico y Social, FPCyS, Santa Fe Province)
• Proyecto Sur (SUR)
• Salta Renewal Party (Partido Renovador, Salta Province)
• Union of the Democratic Centre, (Unión de Centro Democrático, UCD).

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