Ortega's Nueva Izquierda faction was an enthusiastic supporter of the coalition, especially given successes in the gubernatorial elections in Puebla, Sinaloa, and Oaxaca in 2010.
What does NI stand for?
NI stands for Nueva Izquierda (Spanish: New Left)
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Samples in periodicals archive:
Although Lima Mayor Susana Villaran's party, Fuerza Social (FS), allied with leftist parties such as the Movimiento Nueva Izquierda (MNI) in the October 2010 municipal and regional elections, this time it has decided to run alone.
Otra tension irresuelta para la nueva izquierda, fue la disociacion entre los crecientes requerimientos de la politica partidaria institucional y el legado de las tradiciones de organizacion y movilizacion social, en un periodo de retraccion del peso e influencia, en especial de los sindicatos de trabajadores.
Cue and his supporters accused the PRI of committing fraud to steal the election (see SourceMex, 2004-08-04) While Ortega's Nueva Izquierda faction has strongly endorsed the alliance, a rival faction that supports ex-presidential candidate Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador is promoting a different kind of coalition.
Encinas is said to be Lopez Obrador's top choice to lead the PRD as it moves into its internal elections in the next few months, but he is expected to face a tough race from Jesus Ortega of the Nueva Izquierda faction.
This group includes Ortega's Nueva Izquierda and Gomez's Unidad y Renovacion.
Cota's lone rival, Camilo Valenzuela Fierro, said the process was manipulated by the Nueva Izquierda faction, led by Sen.
Robles represents a segment of the party aligned with PRD founder Cuauhtemoc Cardenas, while Ortega was leader of La Nueva Izquierda, a faction of leftist intellectuals.