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Innovation and Unity Party

Innovation and Unity Party
President Guillermo Enrique Valle Marichal
Founded 1970
Headquarters Comayagüela, Honduras
Youth wing Juventud Pinuista
Ideology Social democracy
Political position Centre-left
National Congress
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Website
http://www.pinusd.hn
Politics of Honduras
Political parties
Elections

Innovation and Unity Party (Spanish: Partido Innovación y Unidad, PINU) is a centre-left political party in Honduras, established in 1970. PINU was created by Miguel Andonie Fernández as a democratic, moderate left-wing alternative to the two major parties and the military régime.

Contents

  • 2001 elections 1
  • 2005 elections 2
  • 2009 elections 3
  • See also 4
  • References 5
  • External links 6

2001 elections

At Congressional elections held 25 November 2001, PINU won 4 seats in the 128-member assembly. In the presidential contest the same day, Olban Valladares placed third in a five-man field, taking about 1.5 percent of the vote. This was Valladares' third attempt at the presidency, after participating in the 1993 and 1997 elections.

2005 elections

In the legislative elections of 27 November 2005, the party won 2 out of 128 seats in the Congress. Its candidate at the presidential elections, Carlos Sosa Coello won 1.0%.

2009 elections

PINU's candidate in the 2009 presidential election was Bernard Martínez Valerio.[1]

See also

References

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External links

  • Official website


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