Broad Progressive Front (Argentina)
||This article may be expanded with text translated from the corresponding article in the Spanish Wikipedia. (January 2014)|
|Broad Progressive Front|
|National affiliation||Broad Front UNEN|
|International affiliation||Progressive Alliance
Foro de São Paulo
|Seats in the Chamber of Deputies|
|Seats in the Senate|
|Politics of Argentina
The Broad Progressive Front (Spanish: Frente Amplio Progresista, FAP) is a centre-left coalition in Argentina, created in 2011, integrated of progressive and socialdemocratic political parties focusing on an advanced and transparent welfare state. It is integrated by the Socialist Party, GEN Party, the New Party and Freemen of the South
Some of the main proposals of the Broad Progressive Front are:
- Parliamentary system.
- Gender identity law.
- Assisted reproduction law.
- Same-sex marriage law.
- End of gay blood donation ban.
- Gender equality and eradication of femicide.
- Drug liberalization.
- Sex education.
- Universal and free reproductive health access.
- Complete nationalization of YPF.
- Special policies for the reduction of maternal death.
- Recognition of the Argentine Workers' Central Union (CTA).
- Institutional development of the Union of South American Nations.
- Participatory budgeting.
- Analysis of the external debt.
- Revision of subsidies.
- Progressive, Civic and Social Front
- Hermes Binner
- Margarita Stolbizer
- Roy Cortina
- Victoria Donda
- Luis Juez
- Norma Morandini
- Rubén Giustiniani