National Convergence (Venezuela)

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National Convergence
Convergencia Nacional
Leader Juan José Caldera
Founded 1993
Headquarters Yaracuy
Ideology Christian democracy
Economic liberalism
Social market economy
Christian humanism
National affiliation Democratic Unity Roundtable
International affiliation Christian Democrat Organization of America (observer party)
Colours Yellow, Green, Red
Seats in the Latin American Parliament
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Seats in the National Assembly
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The National Convergence (Spanish: Convergencia Nacional) is a political party in Venezuela. It was founded in 1993 by former President of Venezuela Rafael Caldera, successfully gaining a second term in the Venezuelan presidential election, 1993. From 1995 to 2004 Eduardo Lapi held the Governorship of Yaracuy for the party. The party boycotted the Venezuelan parliamentary election, 2005.

President Dates in office Form of entry Occupation
Rafael Caldera 1994–1999 Direct elections Lawyer

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