The Coalition (Spanish: Coalición), also but rarely known as Conservative Coalition, was a Chilean coalition formed in 1891 after the Chilean Civil War and it was the main opposer of the Liberal Alliance. The Coalition was formed by the Conservative Party, democrats, nationals and different liberal organizations. Along with the Liberal Alliance, it was one of the two parties of the bipartidist system of that time. Between 1920 and 1925 it took as name National Union and during that period it was formed by the Conservative Party, the unionist liberals, the nationals and the liberal democrats.
Number of parliament members and senators
|Year of election of parliament members||1891||1894||1897||1900||1903||1906||1909||1912||1915||1918||1921||1924|
|Max number of parliament seats||94||94||94||94||94||94||95||118||118||118||116||118|
|Year of election of senators||1891||1894||1897||1900||1903||1906||1909||1912||1915||1918||1921||1924|
|Max number of senators||32||32||32||32||32||29||32||37||37||37||37||37|
The original version of this article draws heavily on the corresponding article in the Spanish-language Wikipedia, which was accessed in the version of 8 June 2007.