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LIDERLibertad Democrática Renovada (Catalan: Renewed Democratic Freedom; political party; Guatemala)
LIDERLatino Institute for Development, Education & Responsibility (Santa Ana, CA)
LIDERLasallian Institute for Development and Educational Research (De La Salle University-Manila)
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The issue is in the hands of the Corte Suprema de Justicia (CSJ) and the Corte de Constitucionalidad (CC), whose magistrates are divided between those loyal to LIDER and those loyal to the PP.
Torres has already said that UNE will definitely not support the PP in the runoff but is considering an alliance with LIDER.
The case, which received widespread media coverage, was highly embarrassing for LIDER presidential candidate Manuel Baldizon, who denied that Marroquin belonged to his party even though local newspaper El Metropolitano published a photograph in which both candidates effusively shook hands during the launch of LIDER's election campaign in San Jose Pinula.
The company operated a total of 125 stores in Chile, 61 hypermarkets (under LIDER and LIDER Vecino), 45 supermarkets (LIDER Express) and 19 discount stores (Ekono), as of June 30, 2007.
LIDER DEL ANO El presidente o primer ministro que haya hecho mas por promover el comercio y la inversion en America Latina.