The Center Front (Spanish: Frente de Centro) was a Peruvian political coalition formed by the parties Acción Popular (AP), Somos Perú (SP) and Coordinadora Nacional de Independientes (CNI) for the 2006 national election. Its leader and presidential candidate was the late Peruvian ex-president Valentín Paniagua Corazao but following his sudden death on October 16, 2006 the coalition was headed by leader of the Acción Popular party, Víctor Andrés García Belaúnde. The alliance was unsuccessful in the presidential race. At the legislative elections held on 9 April 2006, the party won 7.1% of the popular vote and 5 out of 120 seats in the Congress of the Republic.

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  • The Center Front (Spanish: Frente de Centro) was a Peruvian political coalition formed by the parties Acción Popular (AP), Somos Perú (SP) and Coordinadora Nacional de Independientes (CNI) for the 2006 national election. Its leader and presidential candidate was the late Peruvian ex-president Valentín Paniagua Corazao but following his sudden death on October 16, 2006 the coalition was headed by leader of the Acción Popular party, Víctor Andrés García Belaúnde. The alliance was unsuccessful in the presidential race. At the legislative elections held on 9 April 2006, the party won 7.1% of the popular vote and 5 out of 120 seats in the Congress of the Republic. (en)
  • The Center Front (Spanish: Frente de Centro) was a Peruvian political coalition formed by the parties Acción Popular (AP), Somos Perú (PDSP) and Coordinadora Nacional de Independientes (CNI) for the 2006 national election. Its leader and presidential candidate was the late Peruvian ex-president Valentín Paniagua Corazao but following his sudden death on October 16, 2006 the coalition was headed by leader of the Acción Popular party, Víctor Andrés García Belaúnde. The alliance was unsuccessful in the presidential race. At the legislative elections held on 9 April 2006, the party won 7.1% of the popular vote and 5 out of 120 seats in the Congress of the Republic. (en)
  • The Center Front (Spanish: Frente de Centro, FC), was a Peruvian political coalition formed by the parties Acción Popular (AP), Somos Perú (PDSP) and Coordinadora Nacional de Independientes (CNI) for the 2006 national election. Its leader and presidential candidate was the late Peruvian ex-president Valentín Paniagua Corazao but following his sudden death on October 16, 2006 the coalition was headed by leader of the Acción Popular party, Víctor Andrés García Belaúnde. The alliance was unsuccessful in the presidential race. At the legislative elections held on 9 April 2006, the party won 7.1% of the popular vote and only 5 out of 120 seats in the Congress of the Republic. (en)
  • The Center Front (Spanish: Frente de Centro, FC), was a Peruvian political coalition formed by the parties Acción Popular (AP), Somos Perú (PDSP) and Coordinadora Nacional de Independientes (CNI) for the 2006 national election. Its leader and presidential candidate was the late Peruvian former president Valentín Paniagua Corazao but following his sudden death on October 16, 2006 the coalition was headed by President of the Acción Popular party, Víctor Andrés García Belaúnde. The alliance was unsuccessful in the presidential race. At the legislative elections held on 9 April 2006, the party won 7.1% of the popular vote and only 5 out of 120 seats in the Congress of the Republic. (en)
  • The Center Front (Spanish: Frente de Centro, FC), was a Peruvian political coalition formed by the parties Acción Popular (AP), Somos Perú (PDSP) and Coordinadora Nacional de Independientes (CNI) for the 2006 national election. Its leader and presidential candidate was the late Peruvian former president Valentín Paniagua Corazao but following his sudden death on October 16, 2006 the coalition was headed by President of the Acción Popular party, Víctor Andrés García Belaúnde. The alliance was unsuccessful in the presidential race, placing 5th. At the legislative elections held on 9 April 2006, the party won 7.1% of the popular vote and only 5 out of 120 seats in the Congress of the Republic. (en)
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  • The Center Front (Spanish: Frente de Centro) was a Peruvian political coalition formed by the parties Acción Popular (AP), Somos Perú (SP) and Coordinadora Nacional de Independientes (CNI) for the 2006 national election. Its leader and presidential candidate was the late Peruvian ex-president Valentín Paniagua Corazao but following his sudden death on October 16, 2006 the coalition was headed by leader of the Acción Popular party, Víctor Andrés García Belaúnde. The alliance was unsuccessful in the presidential race. At the legislative elections held on 9 April 2006, the party won 7.1% of the popular vote and 5 out of 120 seats in the Congress of the Republic. (en)
  • The Center Front (Spanish: Frente de Centro) was a Peruvian political coalition formed by the parties Acción Popular (AP), Somos Perú (PDSP) and Coordinadora Nacional de Independientes (CNI) for the 2006 national election. Its leader and presidential candidate was the late Peruvian ex-president Valentín Paniagua Corazao but following his sudden death on October 16, 2006 the coalition was headed by leader of the Acción Popular party, Víctor Andrés García Belaúnde. The alliance was unsuccessful in the presidential race. At the legislative elections held on 9 April 2006, the party won 7.1% of the popular vote and 5 out of 120 seats in the Congress of the Republic. (en)
  • The Center Front (Spanish: Frente de Centro, FC), was a Peruvian political coalition formed by the parties Acción Popular (AP), Somos Perú (PDSP) and Coordinadora Nacional de Independientes (CNI) for the 2006 national election. Its leader and presidential candidate was the late Peruvian ex-president Valentín Paniagua Corazao but following his sudden death on October 16, 2006 the coalition was headed by leader of the Acción Popular party, Víctor Andrés García Belaúnde. The alliance was unsuccessful in the presidential race. At the legislative elections held on 9 April 2006, the party won 7.1% of the popular vote and only 5 out of 120 seats in the Congress of the Republic. (en)
  • The Center Front (Spanish: Frente de Centro, FC), was a Peruvian political coalition formed by the parties Acción Popular (AP), Somos Perú (PDSP) and Coordinadora Nacional de Independientes (CNI) for the 2006 national election. Its leader and presidential candidate was the late Peruvian former president Valentín Paniagua Corazao but following his sudden death on October 16, 2006 the coalition was headed by President of the Acción Popular party, Víctor Andrés García Belaúnde. The alliance was unsuccessful in the presidential race. At the legislative elections held on 9 April 2006, the party won 7.1% of the popular vote and only 5 out of 120 seats in the Congress of the Republic. (en)
  • The Center Front (Spanish: Frente de Centro, FC), was a Peruvian political coalition formed by the parties Acción Popular (AP), Somos Perú (PDSP) and Coordinadora Nacional de Independientes (CNI) for the 2006 national election. Its leader and presidential candidate was the late Peruvian former president Valentín Paniagua Corazao but following his sudden death on October 16, 2006 the coalition was headed by President of the Acción Popular party, Víctor Andrés García Belaúnde. The alliance was unsuccessful in the presidential race, placing 5th. At the legislative elections held on 9 April 2006, the party won 7.1% of the popular vote and only 5 out of 120 seats in the Congress of the Republic. (en)
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