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Broad Popular Front (in Spanish: Frente Amplio Popular, FRAMPO) is a Panamanian small left-of-center political party.

The FRAMPO was created in 1977 by Renato Pereira, a former leader of the Federation of Students, and Miguel Montiel[1] and was accorded legal recognition as a party in 1979.[2]

The FRAMPO was a pro-Torrijos and a pro-government group oriented slightly to the left of the PRD.[3] It joined the UNADE coalition behind official candidate Nicolás Ardito Barletta in 1984, but lost legal status by failing to win 3 percent of total vote in the Panamanian general election, 1984.[4]  WIKI




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