Independent Moralizing Front

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Independent Moralizing Front
Frente Independiente Moralizador
Dissolved 2006
Ideology Humanism

The Independent Moralizing Front (Spanish: Frente Independiente Moralizador) was a Peruvian political party. At the legislative elections, 8 April 2001, the party won 11.0% of the popular vote and 11 out of 120 seats in the Congress of the Republic. Its presidential candidate at the elections of the same day, Luis Fernando Olivera Vega, won 9.9% of the vote. It was allied with former Peruvian president Alejandro Toledo's party, Peru Possible.

At the legislative elections held on 9 April 2006, the party won 1.5% of the popular vote but no seats in Congress. Some months after the awkward results in the 2006 elections, the party became disbanded and most of its last standing members pursued other goals.

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