Definitions for "1966 National Opposition Union"
The 1966 National Opposition Union (Spanish: Unión Nacional Opositora - UNO) was a Nicaraguan political coalition founded on October 24, 1966 by the Conservative Party (PC), the Social Christian Party (PSC) and the Independent Liberal Party (PLI) to challenge the candidacy of Anastasio Somoza Debayle in the 1967 Nicaraguan presidential election. The UNO nominated Fernando Agüero as their candidate.