People's Party of Castile and León

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People's Party of Castile and León
Partido Popular de Castilla y León
PresidentAlfonso Fernández Mañueco
Secretary-GeneralFrancisco Vázquez Requero
Founded1989
HeadquartersC/ María de Molina, nº 7-1º Plta. ED. Las Francesas
Valladolid, Castile and León
IdeologyChristian democracy
Spanish nationalism
Liberal conservatism
Political positionCentre-right
National affiliationPeople's Party
Cortes of Castile and León
29 / 81
Congress of Deputies
(Castilian-Leonese seats)
13 / 31
Senate
(Castilian-Leonese seats)
19 / 39
Website
ppcyl.es/web/

The People's Party of Castile and León (Spanish: Partido Popular de Castilla y León, PP) is the regional section of the People's Party of Spain (PP) in Castile and León. It was formed in 1989 from the re-foundation of the People's Alliance.

Its president is Alfonso Fernández Mañueco, current president of the Junta de Castilla y León. He succeeded Juan Vicente Herrera, former president of the Junta de Castilla y León, who had been in office for fourteen years. He currently governs in Ávila, Burgos, León, Palencia and Salamanca.[1][2]

Electoral performance[edit]

Cortes of Castile and León[edit]

Cortes of Castile and León
Election Votes % # Seats +/– Leading candidate Status
1991 602,773 43.52% 1st
43 / 84
9 Juan José Lucas Government
1995 805,553 52.20% 1st
50 / 84
7 Juan José Lucas Government
1999 737,982 50.45% 1st
48 / 84
2 Juan José Lucas Government
2003 760,510 48.49% 1st
48 / 84
0 Juan Vicente Herrera Government
2007 748,746 49.17% 1st
48 / 84
0 Juan Vicente Herrera Government
2011 739,502 51.55% 1st
53 / 84
5 Juan Vicente Herrera Government
2015 514,301 37.73% 1st
42 / 84
11 Juan Vicente Herrera Government
2019 433,905 31.50% 2nd
29 / 81
13 Alfonso Fernández Mañueco Government
2022 378,896 31.43% 1st
31 / 81
2 Alfonso Fernández Mañueco Government


Cortes Generales[edit]

European Parliament[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "PPCyL" (in European Spanish). Retrieved 2020-05-10.
  2. ^ Jones, Sam (2019-11-11). "Spanish election: deadlock remains as far right makes big gains". The Guardian. ISSN 0261-3077. Retrieved 2020-05-10.