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Flag and Logo Adopted: 2005
This flag combines the 2005 UDI logo with the star logo of the Coalición por el Cambio.
Alex Garofolo, 6 Feb 2016
On a white background blue letter "U" of the word "UNIÓN" with a white arrow that indicates the progress and the peace brought by General Pinochet.
Uriel González Inostroza, 16 Jul 2006
Uni&ón Democrata Independiente is a Chilean right-wing, conservative political party, founded in 1983. Its main inspirer was the lawyer, politician and law professor Jaime Guzmán, a civilian Augusto Pinochet's collaborator, and a senator from 1990 until his assassination on April 1, 1991.
Its ideological origins date back to the Jaime Guzmán's Guildist Movement, born in the Pontifical Catholic University of Chile in 1966, espousing the independence and depoliticization of intermediate bodies of civil society.
Uriel González Inostroza, 23 August 2012
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