Democrats Convergence of Navarre
|Democrats Convergence of Navarre
Convergencia de Demócratas de Navarra
|Leader||José Andrés Burguete Torres|
|Ideology||Centrism, christian democracy, Navarrese regionalism|
|European Parliament group||None|
|Politics of Spain
The Democrats Convergence of Navarre (Spanish: Convergencia de Demócratas de Navarra, CDN) was a regionalist political party of the Spanish autonomous community of Navarre that split from Navarrese People's Union (UPN) in the 1990s, after this party became part of the conservative pan-Spanish People's Party. The break-away faction gathered around the figure of Juan Cruz Alli, former President of Navarre.
Between 2003 and 2009, CDN was part of the coalition government of Navarre, together with UPN. In the regional elections held in May 2011, it lost the two seats kept in the Parliament of Navarre, and the party broke up.
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