Spanish Patriotic Union

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Spanish Patriotic Union
Unión Patriótica Española
Leader Miguel Primo de Rivera
Founded 1923 (1923)
Dissolved 1931
Headquarters Madrid, Spain
Ideology Spanish nationalism,
Conservatism,
Monarchism,
Personalism
Politics of Spain
Political parties
Elections

The Spanish Patriotic Union, UPE (in Spanish: Unión Patriótica Española) was the political party created from above by Spanish dictator Miguel Primo de Rivera, conceived as a support to his conservative dictatorship and integrating political catholicism, technocrats, and the business-owning classes.

After the establishment of the Second Spanish Republic, the party changed its name to Unión Monarquista (Monarchist Union). It was merged into the Falange in 1936.