Independent Liberal Party for National Unity

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The Independent Liberal Party for National Unity (Partido Liberal Independiente por la Unidad Nacional - PLIUN) is a Nicaraguan centre-right party that split from the Independent Liberal Party in 1984 as a consequence of PLI's decision to participate in the 1984 elections.[1] PLIUN received legal status in 1989. As of 2006, PLIUN is part of the Constitutionalist Liberal Party electoral alliance in the Nicaraguan general election, 2006.

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  1. ^ 1991 3rd E (1 December 1990). SOUTH AMERICA CA & CARIB 1991. Taylor & Francis. p. 456. Retrieved 17 August 2013.