Concordance (Bolivia)

The Concordance (Spanish: Concordancia) was an electoral political alliance of the right-wing and traditionalist political parties in Bolivia.

Concordance
Concordancia
FoundedMarch 1939
Political positionRight-wing
ColorsBlue

The Concordance was established in March 1939, for the 1940 presidential and congressional elections, by the Liberal Party, PL; Genuine Republican Party, PRG; Republican Socialist Party, PRS.[1]

Concordance presented as its presidential candidate General Enrique Peñaranda del Castillo, the nearest approximation to a military hero produced by the Bolivian side in the Chaco War.[1]

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ a b Fredrick B. Pike. The United States and the Andean republics: Peru, Bolivia, and Ecuador. Harvard University Press, 1977. p. 255.