If You Want It, Chile Changes

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If You Want It, Chile Changes
Si tú quieres, Chile cambia
Leader Marco Enríquez-Ominami
Founded August 19, 2013
Headquarters Santiago de Chile
Ideology Progressivism
Liberalism
Political position Centre to Centre-left
Politics of Chile
Political parties
Elections

If You Want It, Chile Changes (Spanish: Si tú quieres, Chile cambia) was a Chilean electoral coalition that brought together a group of Chilean opposition parties (centre to centre-left) to the Chilean presidential, parliamentary and regional advisors elections in 2013.[1] It supported the presidential candidacy of Marco Enríquez-Ominami, who lost the election.

Composition[edit]

The coalition consisted of two political parties and other minor political movements.

Party Spanish Leader
Partido Progresista de Chile (corto).svg Progressive Party Partido Progresista Marco Enríquez-Ominami
Partido Liberal de Chile.png Liberal Party Partido Liberal de Chile Vlado Mirosevic

References[edit]

  1. ^ Radio Universidad de Chile (2013-08-19). "Inscripción en el Servel: PRO apoyará por omisión a ex dirigentes universitarios" (in Spanish). 

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