The People’s Party (PP) wins Spanish municipal and regional elections on May 28 Capture of key strongholds of the Spanish Socialist Workers Party (PSOE) Therefore, the party’s general secretary and Spanish president decided to bring forward the general election to July this year.
According to its official website, Liberty, equality, fraternity and even women’s rightsare some values that represent today’s PSOE.
exist millennium We share with you how it came to be and why the party that will play a role in July’s election matters.
PSOE was founded in hiding and is the oldest party in Spain. It originated in a Spanish bar in Madrid called Casa Labra, where there were about 25 people, including doctors, jewelers, compositors and shoemakers, etc. They started their meeting on May 2, 1879.
Initially, the party was led by Spanish Marxist politician Pablo Iglesias. Considered the father of socialism in Spain.
During the Franco dictatorship, the PSOE outlawed along with other parties and democratic organizations. Its leaders were forced into exile, and its militants in the interior were executed, imprisoned or retaliated against.
Hundreds of bodies of enemies of Franco’s dictatorship in recent years, Many former PSOE members have been unearthed Spain’s secret tombs.
Currently PSOE manages entities of Extremadura, la mancha, canary islands and asturias 20,000 784 MPs 62 of the 67,000 that exist in Spain.
For the 2023 municipal elections, they lost
Cantabria, Rioja, Navarra, Aragon, Madrid, Valencia, Murcia and the Balearic Islands In the hands of PP, their motto is “Stand up for your ideas.
The two main figures of the party at present are the chairman and the general secretariat Cristina Nabonaruiz and current president of spain Pedro Sanchez Perez-Casteljon Correspondingly.
Both politicians can be Number 70 Calle Ferraz, Madrid.
Its Secretary General, Pedro Sánchez, holds a degree in Economics and Business Sciences from the María Cristina de El Escorial Royal University Center and Ph.D. in Economics and Camilo Jose Serra University of Commerce.
Sanchez began his political career as a member of the Madrid City Council from 2004 to 2009, He assumed the presidency on 2 June 2018.
As part of his government, laws have been passed Pro euthanasia, fuel regulation and autonomous organizations.