National Unity Movement (Nicaragua)

National Unity Movement (Nicaragua)

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The National Unity Movement (Spanish: Movimiento de Unidad Nacional - MUN) is a Nicaraguan political party founded in year 2000 by retired army chief and Sandinista dissident Joaquín Cuadra. In the 2004 Municipal Elections, the MUN contested in alliance with Alliance for the Republic (APRE). As of 2006, the MUN is part of the Sandinista Renovation Movement (MRS) electoral alliance.


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