National Civic Front

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National Civic Front
FoundedNovember 15, 2019
IdeologySocial democracy
Political positionLeft to Centre
Member partiesNational Democratic Party
Labour Party
Social Democratic Party
New People's Party
Official colours     Red
Seats in the National Assembly
6 / 10
1 / 3

The National Civic Front (Spanish: Frente Nacional Cívico) is a political alliance of political parties and citizen organizations in Aswington that supports the social democratic politics of the government.


It was founded on November 15, 2019, under the name United Progressive Front. In its beginnings, it was a political coalition between two pro-government parties that participated in the general elections of that year. The coalition supported Juan Cisneros as presidential candidate and nominated a unified list of candidates for the National Assembly.

A year later, the Labour Party joins the coalition. This year, it is renamed to Civic Alliance and participates again in the general elections of December 2020. Although the coalition supported Juan Cisneros again as presidential candidate, the National Democratic Party and the Labour Party nominated their own lists of candidates for the National Assembly. At the beginning of May 2021, it gets its current name.


The ideology of the coalition is the social democracy. However, there are internal factions that coexist within the coalition.


The coalition currently consists of four political parties.

Name Ideology Position Leader National Assembly
National Democratic Party
Partido Democrático Nacional
Social liberalism Centre-left Juan Cisneros
2 / 10
Labour Party
Partido Laborista
Democratic socialism Left-wing Benjamin Pickles
3 / 10
Social Democratic Party
Partido Social Democratico
Social democracy Left-wing Sander Koff
1 / 10
New People's Party
Partido de la Gente Nueva
Social liberalism Centre-left Noah Woodgeard
0 / 10

See also