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Coalition for the Good of All

This article is part of a series on the
politics and government of
Mexico
Foreign relations

The Coalition for the Good of All (Spanish: Coalición por el Bien de Todos) was a left-wing coalition created by the Party of the Democratic Revolution (PRD), Convergence and the Labor Party (PT) to support Andrés Manuel López Obrador as a candidate for the presidency of Mexico in the general election of 2006. The coalition also presented joint candidates for Congressional and local elections.

The coalition was approved by the Federal Electoral Institute in December 2005 and on January 4, 2006 the Executive Commission of the alliance was formalized with an estimated budget of 600 million pesos (roughly US$56 million).

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External links

  • (Spanish) El IFE da luz verde a coaliciones para las elecciones del 2006 ("IFE gives green light to coalitions for the 2006 elections"), article on Starmedia
  • (Spanish) Podrían anular candidaturas del PRD a diputados federales ("PRD federal deputy candidacies might be made void"), article on Milenio
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