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Movement for Dignity and Citizenship

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Movement for Dignity and Citizenship
Movimiento por la Dignidad y la Ciudadanía
LeaderFatima Hamed
Founded27 October 2014
Split fromCaballas Coalition
HeadquartersC/Nicaragua Local, 6 - Ceuta
IdeologyCeutan autonomism
Political positionLeft-wing
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The Movement for Dignity and Citizenship (Spanish: Movimiento por la Dignidad y la Ciudadanía, MDyC) is a left-wing autonomist party in the Spanish autonomous city of Ceuta.


The party was formed in 2014 as a split of the Caballas Coalition,[1] led by Fatima Hamed, the first Muslim woman to lead a political group in the Assembly of Ceuta.[2]

Since 2015, it is a parliamentary force in Ceuta, sitting in the opposition to the People's Party local governments.

In June 2023, MDyC decided not to contest the snap general election celebrated that year.[3]

Electoral results[edit]

Ceuta Assembly[edit]

Ceuta Assembly
Election Votes % Seats +/– Leading candidate Government
2015 3,265 11.17 (#4)
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New Fatima Hamed Opposition
2019 2,353 6.96 (#4)
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1 Opposition
2023 3,839 11.24 (#4)
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1 Opposition


  1. ^ "Hamed da forma al Movimiento por la Dignidad y la Ciudadanía." El Faro de Ceuta, 1 de noviembre de 2014
  2. ^ Fatima Hamed, la primera musulmana que lidera un grupo parlamentario en Ceuta.
  3. ^ TV, Ceuta (2023-06-08). "Ni con Sumar, ni con el PSOE ni en solitario: el MDyC no se presenta al 23-J". Ceuta TV (in Spanish). Retrieved 2023-08-19.