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Spanish Senate
The Senate ( es, Senado) is the upper house of the Cortes Generales The Cortes Generales (; en, Spanish Parliament, lit=General Courts) are the bicameral Bicameralism is the practice of having a legislature A legislature is an assembly Assembly may refer to: Organisations and meetings * Deliberative ..., which along with the Congress of Deputies The Congress of Deputies ( es, link=no, Congreso de los Diputados) is the lower house of the Cortes Generales, Spain's legislative branch. The Congress meets in the Palacio de las Cortes, Madrid, Palace of the Parliament (') in Madrid. It has ... – the lower chamber A lower house is one of two chambers of a bicameral Bicameralism is the practice of having a legislature divided into two separate Deliberative assembly, assemblies, chambers, or houses, known as a bicameral legislature. Bicameralism is disti ... – comprises the Parliament In modern politics and history, a parliament is a legislative ...
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14th Senate Of Spain
The 14th Senate of Spain is the current meeting of the Senate of Spain, the upper house of the Spain, Spanish Cortes Generales, with the membership determined primarily by the results of the November 2019 Spanish general election, general election held on 10 November 2019. The Senate met for the first time on 3 December 2019. According to the Constitution of Spain the maximum legislative term of the senate is 4 years from the preceding election. Election The November 2019 Spanish general election, 14th Spanish general election was held on 10 November 2019. At the election the Spanish Socialist Workers' Party (PSOE) remained the largest party in the Senate but fell short of a majority again. History The new senate met for the first time on 3 December 2019 and after two rounds of voting Pilar Llop (PSOE) was elected as President of the Senate of Spain. Other members of the Bureau of the Senate were also elected on 3 December 2019: Cristina Narbona (PSOE), First Vice-President; ...
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EH Bildu
EH Bildu, short for Euskal Herria Bildu ( en, link=yes, Basque Country Gather or Basque Country Unite) is a Left-wing politics, left-wing, Basque nationalism, Basque nationalist, separatism, pro-independence political coalition active in the Spain, Spanish autonomous communities of Spain, autonomous communities of Basque Country (autonomous community), Basque Country, Navarre and Burgos Province. EHB's predecessor Bildu ("Gather") was launched on 3 April 2011 to participate in the 2011 Spanish municipal elections, May 2011 local elections It was formed as a reaction to the Supreme Court of Spain's ruling in March 2011 that barred the new left-wing Basque nationalist ''(Abertzale left)'' Sortu party from electoral participation. Bildu was an alliance of the centre-left Eusko Alkartasuna, left-wing Alternatiba (Basque political party), Alternatiba and independents of the left-wing nationalist spectrum, many of whom former members or supporters of the outlawed Batasuna party. EHB was ...
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Canarian Coalition
The Canarian Coalition ( es, Coalición Canaria, CC) is a Regionalism (politics), regionalist, Canarian nationalism, Canarian nationalist, Conservatism, conservative list of political parties in Spain, political party in Spain operating in the Canary Islands. The party aim is for greater Autonomism (political doctrine), autonomy for the islands but not independence. The party governed the Canary Islands from 1993 to 2019. It usually negotiates with the plurality party at the Cortes to form a majority in exchange for resources for the islands. It also governs the local administrations of Tenerife, La Palma, and Fuerteventura, as well as having majority control in some of the town councils on the Canary Islands. History The coalition was formed in February 1993 from a grouping of five parties (the largest being the Canarian Independent Groups) under one banner and has governed the Canary Islands since 1993, when it replaced the former Spanish Socialist Workers' Party (PSOE) adminis ...
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Together For Catalonia (2020)
Together for Catalonia ( ca, Junts per Catalunya, Junts) is a Catalonia, Catalan List of political parties in Catalonia, political party established in July 2020 by former Catalan president Carles Puigdemont, announced on 2 July as a result of the foundering of negotiations with the Catalan European Democratic Party (PDeCAT) over the re-organization of the post-Democratic Convergence of Catalonia, convergent political space under the "Together for Catalonia" umbrella. The party's founding congress will take place between 25 July and 3 October, after being launched on 18 July with the public presentation of its imagery and corporate identity by Elsa Artadi and Marta Madrenas i Mir, Marta Madrenas. The new Together for Catalonia was formed by the merger of the National Call for the Republic (CNxR), the Action for the Republic (Catalonia), Action for the Republic (AxR), The Greens–Green Alternative (EV–AV) and splinter elements from the PDeCAT such as Reagrupament, Independence Ra ...
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Citizens (Spanish Political Party)
Citizens ( es, link=no, Ciudadanos ; ca, link=no, Ciutadans ; eu, link=no, Hiritarrak; gl, link=no, Cidadáns; shortened as Cs—C's until January 2017), officially Citizens–Party of the Citizenry (''Ciudadanos–Partido de la Ciudadanía''), is a liberal Liberal or liberalism may refer to: Politics *a supporter of liberalism, a political and moral philosophy **Liberalism by country *an adherent of a Liberal Party Arts, entertainment and media *''El Liberal'', a Spanish newspaper published betw ... political party in Spain. Founded in Catalonia Catalonia (; ca, Catalunya ; Aranese, Aranese Occitan: ''Catalonha'' ; es, Cataluña ) is an Autonomous communities of Spain, autonomous community in the northeastern corner of Spain, designated as a ''nationalities and regions of Spain, na ... in 2006, the party received 25.4% of votes and 36 deputies in the December 2017 Catalan regional election, making it the largest single party in the Parliament of Catalonia ...
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Opposition (parliamentary)
Parliamentary opposition is a form of opposition (politics), political opposition to a designated government, particularly in a Westminster system, Westminster-based parliamentary system. This article uses the term ''executive (government), government'' as it is used in Parliamentary systems, i.e. meaning ''the administration'' or ''the cabinet'' rather than ''the state''. The title of "Official Opposition" usually goes to the largest of the parties sitting in opposition with its leader being given the title "Leader of the Opposition". In First-past-the-post voting, first-past-the-post assemblies, where the Duverger's law, tendency to gravitate into two major political party, parties or party groupings operates strongly, ''government'' and ''opposition'' roles can go to the two main groupings serially in alternation. The more proportional a representative system, the greater the likelihood of multiple political parties appearing in the parliamentary Debate chamber, debating cham ...
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Aragonese Party
The Aragonese Party ( es, Partido Aragonés, PAR) is a political party which advocates the interests of Aragon within Spain. The party was founded in 1978 under the name Aragonese Regionalist Party, but changed its name in 1990, keeping the initials ''PAR''. The founders of PAR included Emilio Eiroa, who later served as the President of the Government of Aragon from 1991 to 1993. PAR had representation in the European Parliament (1999-2004) where it sat in the European Coalition group. Electoral performance Cortes of Aragon References External linksOfficial website
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Regionalist Party Of Cantabria
The Regionalist Party of Cantabria ( es, Partido Regionalista de Cantabria, PRC) is the second oldest political party in the Spain, Spanish Cantabria, Autonomous Community of Cantabria. The PRC originated in the Association in Defense of the Interests of Cantabria (ADIC), founded on 14 May 1976, with the objective of promoting Cantabrian autonomy. History Formation and early years The PRC was officially formed on 10 November 1978, under the leadership of Miguel Ángel Revilla, Manuel Izquierdo Nozal, Jose Luis Oria Toribio, Eduardo Obregón Barreda, and Juan Jose García González. The PRC participated for the first time in general elections in 1979, presenting candidates for the Spanish Senate and on 3 April of that same year went to the municipal elections with a clear goal: to obtain the representation necessary to demand from the city councils autonomy for Cantabria. The first Regional Congress of the party took place on 8–9 December 1979 in Puente Viesgo, where the Gen ...
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Teruel Existe
Teruel Existe ( en, Teruel Exists, TE) is a Spain, Spanish political party based in the province of Teruel. It was founded in November 1999 as a citizen platform with the goal of demanding a fair and equal treatment for the province of Teruel. In 1999, Teruel still had no motorways, and on the only railway line (which was single-track without electrification) the train had derailed 8 times in a year. Encouraged by the success of the strike called for 4 October 2019 in twenty Spanish provinces, to protest the "forgetfulness" suffered by the so-called "empty Spain", the platform chose to establish itself as a Grouping of electors (Spain), grouping of electors to contest the November 2019 Spanish general election, upcoming November general election in the province. It became the most voted provincial force, securing one out of the three Teruel Congress seats and two out of its four directly-elected senators, as well as becoming the first grouping of electors since the Spanish transit ...
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Gomera Socialist Group
The Gomera Socialist Group ( es, Agrupación Socialista Gomera, ASG) is a minor list of political parties in Spain, political party in Spain operating on the island of La Gomera in the Canary Islands. It was founded in 2015 by Casimiro Curbelo, current President of the ''Cabildo de La Gomera'', after breaking away from the local branch of the PSOE, Spanish Socialist Workers' Party (PSOE). References

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Geroa Bai
Geroa Bai ( eu, Yes to the Future) is a regional list of political parties in Spain, political coalition in the Chartered Community of Navarre, created for the 2011 Spanish general election, 2011 election to the Cortes Generales. It includes the Basque Nationalist Party (EAJ-PNV), Atarrabia Taldea, and the Zabaltzen partnership. These groups had shared the former coalition Nafarroa Bai, along with Eusko Alkartasuna and Aralar Party, Aralar (which entered the coalition Amaiur), and Batzarre. History Geroa Bai elected one representative to the Congress of Deputies in the general elections held in 2011 (Uxue Barkos, who had been the representative of Nafarroa Bai in her previous term).2011 results (in Spanish)
TVE Geroa Bai holds 9 seats in the much fragmented Parliament of Navarre since 2015. Since July 2015, Uxue Barkos (Ge ...
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Més Per Mallorca
Més per Mallorca ( en, More for Majorca, MÉS) is a Majorcan political coalition formed by Socialist Party of Majorca (PSM), IniciativaVerds (IV) and Entesa per Mallorca (ExM), as well as some small independent, local parties around the island. It was created in 2010 by the PSM, Left Initiative (Iniciativa) and Confederation of the Greens, The Greens (EV) under the name PSM–Iniciativa–Verds. After the merger of Iniciativa and EV into IV in 2010, and with the incorporation of ExM in 2011, it was renamed as PSM–IniciativaVerds–Entesa. In 2013, the current name was adopted. History PSM–Iniciativa–Verds was created as an electoral coalition in an effort to unite the ecologist and left Majorcan nationalist political organisations under a common platform after the dissolution of the Bloc for Majorca (Bloc). In summer 2010, an electoral coalition between the PSM, Iniciativa and EV was established to run the 2011 Balearic regional election, 2011 regional election. In Novembe ...
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