Canarian People's Union
The Canarian People's Union (Spanish: Unión del Pueblo Canario, UPC) was a left-wing nationalist political coalition operating in the Canary Islands. The party aim was self-determination for the islands and socialism. It was a coalition between various political parties and groups, with a communist, pro-independence or nationalist ideology.
Canarian independence (some factions)
|Trade union affiliation||Sindicato Obrero Canario (SOC)|
|Congreso de los Diputados (1979-1982)|
1 / 13
|Town councillors in the Canary Islands (1979-1983)|
29 / 1,219
|Canarian Parliament (1983-1986)|
2 / 60In a coalition with Canarian Assembly
Members of the coalitionEdit
The political parties that formed the Coalition were:
- Communist Party of the Canary Islands (provisional) (PCC(p)), later called Party of the Canarian Revolution.
- Células Comunistas (CC)
- Party of Communist Unification in the Canaries (PUCC), later called Revolutionary Left Movement of the Canarian Archipelago.
- Canarian Assembly (AC)
- Socialist Party of the Canary Islands (PSC), split of the Popular Socialist Party
- Canarian Nationalist Autonomous Confederation (CANC)
- Radicales de Base, linked to the United Canarian People (PCU).