PAIS Alliance

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PAIS Alliance Movement (Proud and Sovereign Homeland)

Movimiento Alianza PAIS (Patria Altiva I Soberana)
PresidentLenín Moreno
Secretary-GeneralGustavo Baroja
FoundedApril 3, 2006[1]
Preceded byMovimiento Pais
Ruptura de los 25
Poder Ciudadano
Alianza Bolivariana Alfarista
Amauta Jatari
Poder Ciudadano
PCE
HeadquartersAv. Shiris, Quito, Ecuador
NewspaperSomos PAIS
Youth wingJuventudes Alianza Pais
Membership1.5 million (2011)
IdeologySocial democracy[2][3][4][5][6]
Correa era:
Socialism of the 21st century
Bolivarianism
Democratic socialism[7]
Left-wing populism
Left-wing nationalism
Correism
Political positionCurrent:
Centre[8] to centre-left[7]
Correa era:
Left-wing
National affiliationUnited Front [es; zh] (2014-2018)
International affiliationForo de São Paulo
ColorsLime green and Midnight blue
Seats in the National Assembly
40 / 137
Prefectures
0 / 23
Municipality
27 / 221
Website
www.alianzapais.com.ec

The PAIS Alliance (Spanish: Alianza PAIS (Patria Altiva i Soberana); English: PAIS Alliance (Proud and Sovereign Homeland); país also means "country" in Spanish) is an Ecuadorian center-left social democratic, and originally democratic socialist[7] political party.

References[change | change source]

  1. "Conozca la historia de Alianza PAIS, de un binomio al control del poder en Ecuador".
  2. "Lenín Moreno's new economic policy". The Economist. 2019-04-11. ISSN 0013-0613. Retrieved 2019-10-11.
  3. "Ecuador paralyzed by national strike as Moreno refuses to step down". The Guardian.
  4. "Moreno Is Breaking Ranks with the Correa Administration". Fair Observer. Sep 10, 2018. Retrieved 9 October 2019.
  5. "The Socialist Who Gave Up Julian Assange and Renounced Socialism". Bloomberg.
  6. "Lenín Moreno unpicks Ecuador's leftwing legacy". The Financial Times. Retrieved 9 October 2019.
  7. 7.0 7.1 7.2 Ortiz-T., Pablo (2008), "Ecuador", The Indigenous World 2008, International Work Group for Indigenous Affairs, p. 147
  8. Stuenkel, Oliver (2019-07-11). "Is Ecuador a Model for Post-Populist Democratic Recovery?". Carnegie Endowment for International Peace. Archived from the original on 2019-07-12. Retrieved 2019-10-11.