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Democratic Left Front (Spain)

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Founded  1977 (1977)
Political position  Radical Left
Ideology  Communism Socialism Antifascism Federalism Republicanism
Supported by  Party of Labour of Spain Independent Socialist Party Independent Socialist Bloc Party of Communist Unification in the Canaries Communist Unification of Spain Confederación de Sindicatos Unitarios de Trabajadores (CSUT) Democratic Association of Women Young Red Guard of Spain

Democratic Left Front (in Spanish: Frente Democrático de Izquierdas, FDI), was a left-wing political coalition in Spain. The coalition was formed by the Party of Labour of Spain (PTE), the Independent Socialist Party, Independent Socialist Bloc, Party of Communist Unification in the Canaries and Communist Unification of Spain (UCE) to participate in the 1977 general elections. Most of those parties were still illegal at the time of the election. FDI presented lists in all Spain, except in Catalonia, were the PTE run in a coalition with Republican Left of Catalonia (ERC), called Left of Catalonia-Electoral Democratic Front (EC-FED). The coalition failed to win any seat (although their Catalan counterparts won one in Barcelona), and dissolved shortly afterwards.

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