2019 (2nd iteration)
|Merger of||Geroa Bai|
|Political position||Left wing|
Cambio-Aldaketa (English: "Change") is an electoral alliance in Navarre formed by the political parties supporting Uxue Barkos' Navarrese regional government to contest the 2015 Spanish general election in the Senate of Spain. Its first incarnation of the alliance was disbanded after it failed to fulfill its goal of securing 3 out of 4 directly-elected senators, but it was re-established ahead of the 2019 election.
The coalition was formally created by an alliance of Geroa Bai, Podemos, EH Bildu and Izquierda-Ezkerra after they collected the required 8,300 signatures in November 2015. The coalition nominated Ana Luján Martínez, Patxi Zamora Aznar and Iñaki Bernal Lumbreras as their candidates for the Senate in the election held the following month. In spite of the fact the coalition itself expect to win the election in Navarre and consequently 3 out of 4 Navarrese senators, the coalition failed and the its candidates acquired only 97,521, 93,858 and 91,510 votes respectively, and therefore only Ana Lujan was elected as Navarra's fourth Senator.
After only four months of existence, the dissolution of the Spanish parliament and the calling for a new Spanish general election put an end to the coalition when two of its members (Podemos and Izquierda-Ezkerra) refused to re-create it citing the previous failure in obtaining 3 senators.
|Yes to the future (GBai)|
|Basque Country Unite (EH Bildu)|
|We Can (Podemos/Ahal Dugu)|
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- "UPN-PP obtiene tres senadores y Cambio-Aldaketa, uno". Europa Press (in Spanish). 21 December 2015. Retrieved 11 March 2019.
- "La senadora Anika Luján participará en dos comisiones del Senado". Diario de Navarra (in Spanish). 2 February 2016. Retrieved 11 March 2019.
- "El Cuatripartito acudirá al Senado con la marca 'Cambio-Aldaketa'". Diario de Navarra (in Spanish). 9 March 2019. Retrieved 9 March 2019.