Democratic Change (El Salvador)

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Cambio Democrático
Leader Douglas Avilés
Founded 2005
Headquarters San Salvador, El Salvador
Ideology Social democracy
Political position Centre-left
International affiliation COPPPAL
Seats in the Legislative Assembly
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Central American Parliament
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Democratic Change (Spanish: Cambio Democrático) is a newly formed, center-left political party in El Salvador. It was formed by ex-members of the Christian Democratic Party (PDC), Farabundo Marti National Liberation Front (FMLN), and United Democratic Center (CDU). It is social-Christian and social-democratic in orientation, incorporating what the party calls the "democratic left" [1]

In the 12 March 2006 legislative election, the party won 3.1% of the popular vote and 2 out of 84 seats.

At the January 18, 2009 legislative elections, Democratic Change won 2.1% of the vote and 1 seat.

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