Christian Democratic Alliance (Costa Rica)

Christian Democratic Alliance
President Mario Redondo Poveda
Secretary-General Mailine Sileny Araya González
Founded 9 November 2012
Ideology Conservatism,
Christian Democracy
Political position Centre-right
Colours Blue and yellow
Legislative Assembly
1 / 57
Party flag
Official Website
Politics of Costa Rica
Political parties

The Christian Democratic Alliance (Alianza Demócrata Cristiana) (ADC) is a political party in the Cartago constituency of Costa Rica. It was founded in 2012,[1] and is led by Mario Redondo Poveda, a former President of Congress and former member of the Social Christian Unity Party.[2] In the general election of 2014, Redondo was elected to the only seat in the Legislative Assembly won by the ADC.[3][4] Another party of the same name was founded in San José but did not participate in the election.[5] According to its statutes the ADC intends to enrol at national level in the future.[6]


  1. ^ Partido Político Alianza Demócrata Cristiana Tribunal Supremo de Elecciones. Retrieved: 2014-03-03. (Spanish)
  2. ^ Expresidente del Congreso, Mario Redondo, vuelve a la política La Nación, 2013-10-04. (Spanish)
  3. ^ Mapa de Resultados Elecciones Costa Rica 2014 La Nación, 2014-02-10. (Spanish)
  4. ^ Corte #3: Resultados Electorales: CARTAGO Tribunal Supremo de Elecciones, 2014-02-25. (Spanish)
  5. ^ 4 meses de investigación, ¿Cómo se hizo este trabajo? La Nación, 2014-01-19. (Spanish)
  6. ^ Partido Alianza Democrata Cristiana: Estatuto Tribunal Supremo de Elecciones. Retrieved: 2014-03-03. (Spanish)

External links

  • Official website (Spanish)
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