|Founded||8 October 2018|
|Dissolved||30 September 2020|
|Preceded by||New Majority|
|Succeeded by||Constituent Unity|
|Headquarters||Santiago de Chile|
|Political position||Centre to centre-left|
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Progressive Convergence (Spanish: Convergencia Progresista, CP) was a political alliance in Chile. The alliance was created on 8 October 2018 and was composed of the Party for Democracy (PPD), the Radical Party (PR) and the Socialist Party (PS).
The alliance was created as a coordination group of Chile's social-democratic and center-left parties after the dissolution of the New Majority coalition, which was defeated in the 2017 general election.
The group Sought to dialogue with other parties and coalitions such as the Communist Party and the Broad Front to oppose Chile Vamos. The alliance was supplanted by the Constituent Unity in 2020.
The alliance was consisted of the three parties of the former New Majority.
|Partido por la Democracia||Heraldo Muñoz|
|Partido Radical||Carlos Maldonado|
|Partido Socialista||Álvaro Elizalde|