The former group includes the traditional Partido Colorado (Asociacion Nacional Republicana, ANR) of the late dictator Alfredo Stroessner (1954-1989); the Partido Liberal Radical Autentico (PLRA), a key player in the overthrow scheme despite governing with Lugo for 46 months; the Union Nacional de Ciudadanos Eticos (UNACE), headed by pro-coup Gen.
What does PLRA stand for?
PLRA stands for Partido Liberal Radical Autentico (Paraguay)
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We have 19 other meanings of PLRA in our Acronym Attic
- Private Letter Ruling (IRS)
- Programmable Logic Relay
- Pronóstico de Largo-Rango (Spanish: Long-Range Forecast)
- Proportional Loss Rate
- Provider of Last Resort (electric utility)
- Public Lending Right
- Public Letter of Reprimand (Medical Board of California)
- Public Liberty Radio
- Pulse Link Repeater
- Pupillary Light Response
- Past Life Regression Academy (various locations)
- Payday Loan Reform Act (Illinois)
- Philippine Leisure and Retirement Authority
- Pontiac Lake Recreation Area (Oakland County, MI)
- Prison Litigation Reform Act of 1995
- Public Labor Relations Act (Illinois)
- Position Location Reporting & Control of Tactical Aircraft
- Pennsylvania Labor Relations Board (Pennsylvania Department of Labor & Industry)
- Property Loss Research Bureau
- Pole Line Road Baptist Church (California)
Samples in periodicals archive:
PLRA holds secret primary survey In the Partido Liberal Radical Autentico (PLRA), the largest of the 19 groups that made up the now "frozen" Alianza Patriotica para el Cambio (APC), the coalition that brought Lugo to power, the fight to become the party's presidential candidate began in an unprecedented way.
Its major player, the Partido Liberal Radical Autentico (PLRA), is divided in two.
Julio Cesar Franco of the Partido Liberal Radical Autentico (PLRA) came in second with 23.
Opposition Partido Liberal Radical Autentico (PLRA) Sen.
15 with the primaries for the Partido Liberal Radical Autentico (PLRA), which elected Julio Cesar Franco, and the Partido Encuentro Nacional (PEN), allied with the government and formerly the third- largest political group in the country, which elected former minister of justice and labor Diego Abente Brun.
16, fulfilling the constitutional requirement to allow him to run for president for the opposition Partido Liberal Radical Autentico (PLRA) in the April 2003 general elections.
Vice president accused of cooperating with Oviedo During this latest round of protests, Vice President Julio Cesar Franco, leader of the opposition Partido Liberal Radical Autentico (PLRA) and widely believed to be an ally of Oviedo, joined calls by top politicians and protesters for Gonzalez Macchi to step down.