People's Party of the Balearic Islands

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People's Party of the Balearic Islands
Partido Popular de las Islas Baleares
Partit Popular de les Illes Balears
PresidentMarga Prohens
Founded1989
HeadquartersC/ Palau Reial, 14
Palma, Majorca, Spain
IdeologyConservatism[1]
Christian democracy[2]
Regionalism[3]
Political positionCentre-right to right-wing
National affiliationPeople's Party
Parliament of the Balearic Islands
25 / 59
Local seats in the Balearic Islands[4]
357 / 945
Congress of Deputies(Balearic seats)
2 / 8
Senate of Spain(Balearic seats)
3 / 7
Website
www.ppbalears.es

The People's Party of the Balearic Islands (Spanish: Partido Popular de las Islas Baleares, Catalan: Partit Popular de les Illes Balears, PP) is the regional section of the People's Party of Spain (PP) in the Balearic Islands. It was formed in 1989 from the re-foundation of the People's Alliance.

Presidents[edit]

President Term
1. Gabriel Cañellas 1989–1995
2. Cristòfol Soler 1995–1996
3. Jaume Matas 1996–2007
4. Rosa Estaràs 2007–2009
5. José Ramón Bauzà 2009–2015
6. Miquel Vidal 2015–2017
7. Biel Company 2017–

Electoral performance[edit]

Parliament of the Balearic Islands[edit]

Parliament of the Balearic Islands
Election Vote % Score Seats +/– Leader Status in legislature
Status Period
1991[a] 160,512 47.32% 1st
31 / 59
2[b] Gabriel Cañellas Majority coalition (PP–UM) 1991–1995
1995 168,156 44.77% 1st
31 / 59
0 Majority government 1995–1999
1999 160,545 44.01% 1st
28 / 59
3 Jaume Matas Opposition 1999–2003
2003 190,562 44.70% 1st
30 / 59
2 Majority government 2003–2007
2007 192,577 46.02% 1st
29 / 59
1 Opposition 2007–2011
2011 194,861 46.36% 1st
35 / 59
7 José Ramón Bauzà Majority government 2011–2015
2015 123,183 28.52% 1st
20 / 59
15 Opposition 2015–2023
2019 95,295 22.20% 2nd
16 / 59
4 Biel Company
2023 161,267 35.79% 1st
25 / 59
9 Marga Prohens Minority government 2023–present

Cortes Generales[edit]

Cortes Generales
Election Balearic Islands
Congress Senate
Vote % Score Seats +/– Seats +/–
1989 140,163 40.66% 1st
3 / 6
0[c]
4 / 5
2[c]
1993 191,461 46.41% 1st
4 / 7
1
4 / 5
0
1996 194,859 45.13% 1st
4 / 7
0
3 / 5
1
2000 214,348 53.87% 1st
5 / 7
1
4 / 5
1
2004 215,737 45.89% 1st
4 / 8
1
4 / 5
0
2008 208,246 43.97% 2nd
4 / 8
0
2 / 5
2
2011 217,327 49.59% 1st
5 / 8
1
4 / 5
2
2015 140,640 29.06% 1st
3 / 8
2
4 / 5
0
2016 163,045 35.08% 1st
3 / 8
0
4 / 5
0
2019 (Apr) 87,352 16.85% 4th
1 / 8
2
1 / 5
3
2019 (Nov) 103,493 22.86% 2nd
2 / 8
1
2 / 5
1

European Parliament[edit]

European Parliament
Election Asturias
Vote % Score
1989 78,052 32.88% 2nd
1994 147,376 50.56% 1st
1999 170,083 47.10% 1st
2004 121,587 46.57% 1st
2009 112,666 43.74% 1st
2014 74,223 27.48% 1st
2019 88,432 21.18% 2nd

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ Electoral alliance with Majorcan Union.
  2. ^ Compared to the combined totals of People's AllianceLiberal Party and Majorcan Union in the 1987 regional election.
  3. ^ a b Compared to People's Coalition totals in the 1986 general election.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Nordsieck, Wolfram. "Balearic Islands (Spain)". Parties and Elections in Europe. Archived from the original on 23 April 2002.{{cite web}}: CS1 maint: unfit URL (link)
  2. ^ Nordsieck, Wolfram (2003). "Balearic Islands/Spain". Parties and Elections in Europe. Archived from the original on 9 February 2005.{{cite web}}: CS1 maint: unfit URL (link)
  3. ^ Marín, Ángel. "El PP de las Islas Baleares es bastante más regionalista que el PRC en Cantabria". eldiariocantabria.es. Retrieved 28 September 2023.
  4. ^ ELECCIONES MUNICIPALES 2019 - BALEARES. El País.