Andorra for change

Andorra for Change
Andorra pel Canvi
Leader Eusebi Nomen
Founded 2009
Headquarters Andorra la Vella
Ideology Centrism
International affiliation None
European affiliation None
Colours Blue, Red, Grey
Politics of Andorra
Political parties

Andorra for Change (Catalan: Andorra pel Canvi, APC) is a political party in Andorra.


The party was established in 2009 under the leadership of Eusebi Nomen Calvet, and contested the elections that year. Supported by Democratic Renewal, the APC won three seats.[1] The party initially supported the Social Democratic Party government of Jaume Bartumeu, but later withdrew its support, resulting in the government having problems passing the budget.[2] After the 2011 budget was rejected by the General Council, early elections were called. In the elections the party lost all three seats.[2]


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