Bolivian Civic Action

The Bolivian Civic Action (Spanish: Acción Cívica Boliviana, ACB) was a small conservative political party in Bolivia.

The Bolivian Civic Action was founded in 1951[1] under the patronage of Carlos Víctor Aramayo, proprietor of a powerful mining company and of the newspaper La Razón.[2]

In the 1951 elections the ACB's presidential candidate was Guillermo Gutiérrez Vea Murguía; he polled 6,654 votes (05.28%) in the election.[3]

In the 1964 elections the ACB's polled barely 7 votes.[4]

In the 1970s the Bolivian Civic Action went out of existence.

NotesEdit

  1. ^ Carlos D. Mesa G. Presidentes de Bolivia: entre urnas y fusiles : el poder ejecutivo, los ministros de estado. Editorial Gisbert, 2003. 187.
  2. ^ Jean-Pierre Bernard. Guide to the polítical parties of South America. Penguin, 1973. P. 140.
  3. ^ "Sistema electotales en Bolivia" (PDF). cne.org.bo (in Spanish). Archived from the original (PDF) on 2010-07-18. Retrieved 2011-01-14.
  4. ^ Elections in the Americas : a data handbook / ed. by Dieter Nohlen, Vol. 2. [Oxford] [u.a.]: Oxford Univ. Press, 2005. P.150.