Feminist Party of Spain

Feminist Party of Spain (in Spanish: Partido Feminista de España, PFE) is a feminist political party which operates in Spain. It was founded in 1979[3] by the feminist, anti-fascist, and communist activist Lidia Falcón.

Feminist Party of Spain
Partido Feminista de España
Secretary-GeneralLidia Falcón O'Neill
Founded1979 (1979)
1981 (1981) (Officially registered)
IdeologyRadical Feminism
Trans-exclusionary feminism[1][2]
National affiliationUnited Left (2015–2020)


In 1983, the 1st congress of the party was held in Barcelona, where the executive committee was elected. The members of it were: Lidia Falcón, Carmen Sarmiento, Maria Encarna Sanahuja, Mercedes Izquierdo, Montserrat Fernández Casido, Pilar Altamira, Siurana Elvira, Isabel Marin, and Maria Angeles Piquero.[4]

In the European Parliament elections of 1999, the party promoted the creation of the Confederation of Feminist Organizations, that won 28,901 votes (0.14%).

During its second congress, held from 25 to 26 July 2015, PFE decided to join United Left to participate in general elections of that year within the strategy of "popular unity".[5]

On 22 February 2020, the IU's Political and Social Assembly approved to expel the PFE from the organization on the basis of the latter's "repeated statutory breaches and the holding of positions contrary to those approved in the IU bodies".[6]


  1. ^ El Partido Feminista pide reunirse con Podemos para que rechacen la ‘ley trans’. Cuarto Poder, 2019.
  2. ^ IU se desmarca de las declaraciones del Partido Feminista sobre la transexualidad. El Huffington Post.
  3. ^ Falcón, Lidia (2019-06-05). "Qué es un partido feminista". La verdad es siempre revolucionaria (in Spanish). Retrieved 2019-12-06.
  4. ^ Finalizó el congreso del Partido Feminista con la elección de la nueva ejecutiva. El País, 1983.
  5. ^ El II Congreso del Partido Feminista decide que la organización se integre en IU.
  6. ^ "La dirección de Izquierda Unida aprueba la expulsión del Partido Feminista de España". eldiario.es. 22 February 2020.