National Christian Union
The National Christian Union (Spanish: Unión Nacional Cristiana), also known as the White Party (Spanish: Partido Blanco, PB), was a political party in Paraguay. It contested the 1998 general elections. Its candidate in the presidential elections, Gustavo Bader Ibáñez, received just 0.3% of the vote, and it failed to win a seat in the Senate or Chamber of Deputies, despite finishing third in the Senate elections. The party did not contest any further elections.
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