The alliance involves the rightist Movimiento Libertario (ML), the former ruling Partido Unidad Social Cristiana (PUSC), the centrist Partido Accesibilidad sin Exclusion (PASE)--advocating for rights of the handicapped, the center-left Partido Accion Ciudadana (PAC), and the leftist Frente Amplio (FA), named after the ruling coalition in Uruguay.
What does ML stand for?
ML stands for Movimiento Libertario (Spanish: Libertarian Movement)
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2%, closely followed by Otto Guevara of the right-wing Movimiento Libertario (ML).
These two politicians, co-founders and top leaders of the Movimiento Libertario (ML) and the Partido Accion Ciudadana (PAC), respectively, have swapped the places they had been holding since the last elections.
On party lines, Movimiento Libertario (ML) members were most enthusiastic at 57%, and Arias' Partido Liberacion Nacional (PLN) were 53% positive.
Deputies of the official Partido Liberacion Nacional (PLN), the Movimiento Libertario (ML), and the Partido Unidad Social Cristiana (PUSC), spurred on by President Oscar Arias, voted against consultation with indigenous organizations, citing the urgency to pass CAFTA.
The coalition is composed of his PLN, the outgoing and practically ruined Partido Unidad Social Cristiano (PUSC), the right-wing Movimiento Libertario (ML), and two independents.
Both Solis and third-running Otto Guevara of the Movimiento Libertario (ML) were predicting they would beat Arias in a second round.
By political affiliation, Pacheco's party, the Partido Unidad Social Cristiana, and Movimiento Libertario sympathizers strongly support CAFTA, 57-40, and 58-31, respectively.