Nicaraguan Party of the Christian Path

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The Nicaraguan Party of the Christian Path (Spanish: Camino Cristiano Nicaragüense, CCN) is a Nicaraguan political party founded in 1996 by the Assemblies of God pastor and radio evangelist Guillermo Osorno.[1] CCN participated for the first time in the Nicaraguan general elections in 1996 where they got 4.10% of the votes and 4 seats in the National Assembly.

In the 2001 nation election the party formed an alliance with the Constitutionalist Liberal Party and Nicaraguan Resistance Party formed an alliance. The coalition running under the name of the Constitutionalist Liberal Party won government with a majority of the votes.[2]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Corwin E. Smidt; James M. Penning (1 January 1997). Sojourners in the Wilderness: The Christian Right in Comparative Perspective. Rowman & Littlefield. p. 230. ISBN 978-0-8476-8645-2. 
  2. ^ Diana Vinding (1 January 2002). The Indigenous World 2001-2002. IWGIA. p. 92. ISBN 978-87-90730-70-3.