Broad Progressive Front (Argentina)

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Broad Progressive Front
Leader Hermes Binner
Founded 2011
Dissolved 2013
Membership 96,250[citation needed]
Ideology Social democracy
Progressivism
Political position Centre-left
International affiliation Progressive Alliance
Socialist International
Foro de São Paulo
Regional affiliation COPPPAL
Colors Blue, Orange

The Broad Progressive Front (Spanish: Frente Amplio Progresista, FAP) was 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 was integrated by the Socialist Party, Generation for a National Encounter, the New Party and Freemen of the South.

In 2013 it was replaced by the Broad Front UNEN, which in turn was replaced by the Progresistas coalition in 2015.

Proposals[edit]

Some of the main proposals of the Broad Progressive Front are:

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