Progressive Front (Sonora)

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Progressive Front
ChairmanTitus Smith
Vice ChairmanAmy Smith
General SecretaryVictoria Wilde
President of the Standing ComitteeRonald Rodriguez
FoundedAugust 10, 2018
HeadquartersShaoshan
Membership  (2018)30
IdeologySonoran nationalism
Social democracy
Social liberalism Green politics
Anti-imperialism
Anti-fascism
Anti-racism
Political positionCentre-left
National affiliationSonora
Official coloursRed and blue
National Assembly
24 / 37
Senate
12 / 19
People's Council
12 / 18

The Progressive Front is a centre-left coalition between the ruling Sonoran Patriotic Party and Liberal Party to form a majority government in both the Senate and People's Council of the National Assembly. The front was established on August 10, 2018 following a general election that saw the Nationals win the presidency but not the legislature, which was won by mostly members of the SPP. However, because the SPP only had the most seats and did not have sufficient standing to form a majority government, they established an accord with the Liberal Party. In doing so, this allowed both parties to hold 2/3 majority in both houses to form the majority they needed. Final talks were conducted on August 11 after having confirmed leadership and the agreed platform the Front will run on for the current session of the National Assembly.