Innovation and Unity Party

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Innovation and Unity Party

Partido Innovación y Unidad
PresidentGuillermo Enrique Valle M.
HeadquartersComayagüela, Honduras
Youth wingJuventud Pinuista
IdeologySocial democracy
Political positionCentre-left
National Congress
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Innovation and Unity Party (Spanish: Partido Innovación y Unidad, PINU) is a centre-left political party in Honduras, established in 1970. PINU was created by Miguel Andonie Fernández as a democratic, moderate left-wing alternative to the two major parties and the military régime.

2001 elections[edit]

At Congressional elections held 25 November 2001, PINU won 4 seats in the 128-member assembly. In the presidential contest the same day, Olban Valladares placed third in a five-man field, taking about 1.5% of the vote. This was Valladares' third attempt at the presidency, after participating in the 1993 and 1997 elections.

2005 elections[edit]

In the legislative elections of 27 November 2005, the party won 2 out of 128 seats in the Congress. Its candidate at the presidential elections, Carlos Sosa Coello won 1.0%.

2009 elections[edit]

PINU's candidate in the 2009 presidential election was Bernard Martínez Valerio.[1]

See also[edit]


  1. ^ "Publicación del voto despeja incógnitas" (in Spanish). Tiempo. 2009. Archived from the original on 2009-08-07. Retrieved 2009-08-07.

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