CN president Juan Orlando Hernandez, of the ruling Partido Nacional (PN) and the traditional party's presidential candidate for this year's elections, said, "We must see this as a major opportunity in times when thousands of Hondurans are jobless, and with the ciudades modelos they'd be getting a job and earning money for their families.
What does PN stand for?
PN stands for Partido Nacional (Spanish: National Party)
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- (USN Rating) Personnelman
- Noise Power
- Pacific National (Australia)
- Pakistan Navy
- Panama (including Canal Zone Region)
- Parques Nacionales (National Parks Administration, Argentina)
- Part Number
- Participating National (FCC)
- Participatory Note
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The recognition was granted January 26th, 2011 in the Presidential House in the presence of the government ministers and the leaders of the Partido Nacional (PN).
By Andrés Gaudín Almost six months after losing the second-consecutive presidential election to the Frente Amplio (FA), and with the wounds of defeat still fresh, leaders of the traditional Uruguayan political parties--the Partido Nacional (PN or Blanco) and the Partido Colorado (PC)--appear incapable of engaging in a process of self-criticism to understand why, year after year, they lose important segments of the electorate.
Political opposition groups scorned the decision, with Jorge Larranaga of the Partido Nacional (Blancos) saying, "Since they don't want to call it an FTA they seek euphemisms of all kinds to try to put makeup on what should be an open relation.
3, 2009), amid massive criticism from civil society organizations opposed to the coup, was President Porfirio Lobo, who had been nominated by the rightwing Partido Nacional (PN).
Opposition-party groups like the Partido Nacional (Blanco) and Partido Colorado criticized opponents of the treaty, as well as the efforts of official party Frente Amplio (FA) to coordinate with MERCOSUR to find a common position on external treaties.
Congress secretary Rigoberto Chang, of the ruling Partido Nacional (PN), says that "150 weapons of different calibers have been confiscated from different people, and it's not permitted that a person can own a gun and kill other Hondurans, and in the Aguan zone there are many violent acts.
That popularity carried over into a May 9 vote that saw the EP-FA gain more ground against the Partido Nacional (Blanco or PN) and the Partido Colorado (PC), the two parties that had alternated in power during prior decades.