Fearless People's Alliance
|Fearless People's Alliance|
|Split from||Democratic Action|
|National affiliation||Democratic Unity Roundtable|
|Seats in the Latin American Parliament||
0 / 12
|Seats in the National Assembly||
1 / 165
|Governors of States of Venezuela||
1 / 23
1 / 337
|Politics of Venezuela
The Fearless People's Alliance (Alianza Bravo Pueblo) is a political party in Venezuela. At the Venezuelan parliamentary election, 2000 the party won 1 out of 165 seats in the National Assembly of Venezuela.
The party's president Antonio Ledezma is an opponent and outspoken critic of the President Hugo Chávez. While his electoral support is not significant, his flamboyant approach has enabled him to maintain a high profile. Ledezma is the former Governor of the Federal District covering Caracas and a former member of Democratic Action, a large social democratic party opposed to Chávez.
In 2004, he claimed he had been detained in Tazón, near Caracas by military police in what his supporters described as an effort by the Chavez forces to intimidate him from political activity in the Fearless People's Alliance.
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