Unionist Party (Guatemala)
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|General Secretary||Álvaro Arzú|
|Preceded by||Conservative Party|
|Headquarters||1a. Avenida 3-30 Zona 10, Guatemala City|
|Youth wing||Legión Unionista|
|Political position||Centre-right|
|International affiliation||International Democrat Union|
|Seats in Congress||
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The Unionist Party (Partido Unionista) is a conservative political party in Guatemala, who advocates the re-creation of a Central American union. At the legislative elections, 9 November 2003, the party won 6.2% of the popular vote and 7 out of 158 seats. Its presidential candidate Fritz García Gallont won 3.0% at the presidential elections of the same day. At the 2007 elections, the party again chose Garcia as its presidential candidate. He won 2.92% of the vote. The party won 8 seats in the congressional elections.
Not to be confused with the party of the same name formed in 1920.
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