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Project Venezuela

Venezuela Project
Leader Henrique Salas Römer
Founded 1998
Headquarters Valencia, Carabobo
Political position Centre-right[1]
National affiliation Coalition for Democratic Unity
International affiliation International Democrat Union
Regional affiliation Union of Latin American Parties
Seats in the Latin American Parliament
0 / 12
Seats in the National Assembly
3 / 165
Governors of States of Venezuela
0 / 23
Mayors
2 / 337
Politics of Venezuela
Political parties
Elections

Venezuela Project (in Spanish: Proyecto Venezuela) is a centre-right political party in Venezuela. At the legislative elections, 30 July 2000, the party won 7 out of 165 seats in the National Assembly of Venezuela. The legislative elections of 2006 were boycotted by the party. The leader is Henrique Salas Römer who was a Presidential Candidate in the 1998 elections.

Its current president is Salas Römer's son, Henrique Salas Feo, current governor of Carabobo. It is a full member of the IDU.

References

  1. ^ Crisp, Brian F.; Levine, Daniel H.; Molina, José E. (2003), "The Rise and Decline of COPEI in Venezuela", Christian Democracy in Latin America: Electoral Competition and Regime Conflicts (Stanford University Press): 289 
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