Partido Verde Eto-Ecologista

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The Green Eto-Ecologist Party (Spanish: Partido Verde Eto-Ecologista) was a Uruguayan green party.

Established in 1987, it obtained 11,000 votes in the 1989 Uruguayan general election, with Dr. Rodolfo Tálice as its presidential candidate.[1] Five years later it obtained 5,000 votes. Afterwards the party almost lost presence, associating itself with the Civic Union.[2]