Civic Coalition ARI

Civic Coalition ARI

Civic Coalition ARI (CC-ARI) (Spanish: Coalición Cívica ARI, until October 2009 known as Support for an Egalitarian Republic (ARI) (Spanish: Afirmación para una República Igualitaria) is a social liberal Argentine political party, founded in 2001 by Elisa Carrió. It is a member of the Civic Coalition with centrist and centre-left parties.

Read more about Civic Coalition ARI:  Creation and Political Representation, 2007 Split

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Civic Coalition ARI - 2007 Split
... As part of building a broader coalition ahead of the 2007 elections, Carrió reached out to centre-right figures such as Patricia Bullrich and María Eugenia ... This proved controversial in ARI ranks and some national legislators formed a separate block called the Autonomous ARI in Congress ... Others who left ARI were Carlos Raimundi, Leonardo Gorbacz, Delia Bisutti, Nélida Belous, Verónica Venas, Emilio García Méndez, Lidia Naim and María América González ...

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