Alliance for Chile
The Alliance for Chile , also known simply as The Alliance , was a coalition of right-wing Chile
Chile ,officially the Republic of Chile , is a country in South America occupying a long, narrow coastal strip between the Andes mountains to the east and the Pacific Ocean to the west. It borders Peru to the north, Bolivia to the northeast, Argentina to the east, and the Drake Passage in the far...
an political parties.The Alliance was replaced in 2009 by the Coalition for Change
Coalition for Change
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It included the National Renewal
National Renewal (Chile)
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(Renovación Nacional, RN) and the Independent Democratic Union (Unión Democrática Independiente, UDI). In the past it has included the regional Party of the South (Partido del Sur) and the Progressive Union of the Centrist Center
Progressive Union of the Centrist Center
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(Unión de Centro Centro Progresista, UCCP), both of which are now defunct.
Major leaders of the Alliance have included Jovino Novoa (UDI), Pablo Longueira (UDI), Jaime Guzmán (UDI), Joaquín Lavín
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(UDI), Sebastián Piñera
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(RN), Lily Pérez (RN), Andrés Allamand (RN), Sergio Onofre (RN), and Sergio Romero (RN).
The Alliance had several names through its history:
- Democracia y Progreso (Democracy and Progress) (1989–1992)
- Participación y Progreso (Participation and Progress) (1992–1993)
- Unión por el Progreso (Union for the Progress) (1993–1996)
- Unión por Chile (Union for Chile) (1996–2000)
|1989||Democracy and Progress||34,85%||16 of 38|
|1993||Union for the Progress||37,32%||9 of 18|
|1997||Union for Chile||36,64%||9 of 18|
|2001||Alliance for Chile||44,03%||9 of 18|
|2005||Alliance for Chile||37,25%||8 of 18|
|Year||Designation||% votes||Seats||% seats|
|1989||Democracy and Progress||34.18||48 of 120||40.00|
|1993||Union for the Progress||36.68||50 of 120||41.66|
|1997||Union for Chile||36.26||47 of 120||39.16|
|2001||Alliance for Chile||44.27||57 of 120||47.50|
|2005||Alliance for Chile||38.72||54 of 120||45.00|
|1992||Participation and Progress||29.67|
|1996||Union for Chile||32.47|
|2000||Union for Chile||40.09|
|2004||Alliance for Chile|| 38.72 (mayors)
|2008||Alliance for Chile|| 40.56 (mayors)
- Unión Demócrata Independiente (Independent Democratic Union)
- Renovación Nacional (National Renewal)