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Falange Española Auténtica

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Authentic Spanish Falange
Falange España Auténtica (Spanish)
LeaderMiguel Hedilla (first)
Ángel Gómez Puértolas (last)
Foundedc. 1978
Dissolvedc. 1994
Split fromFalange Española de las JONS (Auténtica)
Headquarters Spain
Spanish nationalism
Political positionFar-right
Colours  Red and   black
Election symbol
Yoke and arrows
Party flag
External image
image icon Logo of the party

Falange Española Auténtica (FEA) (English: Authentic Spanish Falange) was a neo-fascist and anti-Francoist political party in Spain.


Falange Española Auténtica was founded in 1978 by expelled members of the Falange Española de las JONS (Auténtica) led by Miguel Hedilla.[1] In 1984, Miguel Hedilla resigned as leader of the party and Ángel Gómez Puértolas took his place. In 1994, FEA ceased to exist after the majority of members left the party and joined Falange Española de las JONS.

Electoral results[edit]

Congress of Deputies
Election year Overall votes Percentage Seats won +/– Leader
1979 2,736 (#46) 0.02%
0 / 350
New Miguel Hedilla
1993 747 (#63) 0%
0 / 350
Steady 0 Ángel Gómez Puértolas


  1. ^ "Partidos de Extrema Derecha y partidos personalistas de derechas" (in Spanish). historiaelectoral.com. Retrieved 26 March 2017.