List of political parties in Honduras

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Honduras traditionally had a two-party system, dominated by the Liberal Party of Honduras and the National Party of Honduras.


The parties

Parliamentary parties

PartyAbbreviationIdeology Deputies
Logo LIBRE.svg Liberty and Refoundation
Partido Libertad y Refundación
LIBRE Democratic socialism
50 / 128
National Party of Honduras Flag.svg National Party of Honduras
Partido Nacional de Honduras
PNH Conservatism
44 / 128
Liberal Party of Honduras logo.svg Liberal Party of Honduras
Partido Liberal de Honduras
PLH Liberalism
22 / 128
Logo - Partido Salvador de Honduras.svg Savior Party of Honduras
Partido Salvador de Honduras
PSH Centrism
10 / 128
Christian Democratic Party of Honduras logo.svg Christian Democratic Party of Honduras
Partido Demócrata Cristiano de Honduras
DC Christian democracy
1 / 128
PACLogo.svg Anti-Corruption Party
Partido Anticorrupción
PAC Centrism
1 / 128

Extraparliamentary parties

Previous parties

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