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The candidate's Movimiento Unidad is made up of three minority parties--the Gran Alianza por la Unidad Nacional (GANA), the Partido de Conciliacion Nacional (PCN), and the Partido Democrata Cristiano (DC)--plus several dozen civil society and labor groups.
The Partido Social de Unidad Nacional, which holds the largest number of Congressional seats, has introduced a civil unions law, while the nation's third largest party, the Partido Liberal Colombiano, is backing a bill that would legalize gay marriage.
En esta novela, el intelectual mestizo de Altamirano -- contrario al heroe burgues de Marmol -- imagina un proyecto de identidad nacional basado en la afirmacion de lo autoctono frente a lo europeo y en la apertura a una pluralidad de voces que proclama la unidad nacional de una identidad mexicana mestiza.
He refuses to answer questions about his private life and will not debate his principal challengers, Lourdes Flores of Unidad Nacional and ex-president Alan Garcia of the Apra party.
The third section is Cuadra's essay of 1963-64 which served as preface to a collection of anti-Castro poetry of resistance by writers associated with the Unidad Nacional Revolucionaria (UNARE).
Fabiola Morales Castillo Congress of the Republic Representative Unidad Nacional Jose Carrasco Tavara Congress of the Republic Representative Presidente de la Celula Parlamentaria Aprista Humberto Requena Oliva Congress of the Republic Representative Frente Independiente Moralizador Dr.
The Unidad Nacional de la Esperanza (UNE) and Menchu's Movimiento Winaq have also summoned Caballeros to Congress so that he can be held to account for the incident.
Representatives from the east will more likely favor a free-trade, pro-business candidate from Poder Democratico y Social (Podemos) or Unidad Nacional (UN), while representatives from the west will more likely vote for a non-white, socialist candidate from the Movimiento Al Socialismo (MAS).