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Pío García-Escudero Márquez, 4th Count of Badarán (born 28 October 1952) is a Spanish architect and politician who has been the President of the Senate of Spain since 2011.[1]

The Most Excellent
Pío García-Escudero, Count of Badarán
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President of the Senate of Spain
Assumed office
13 December 2011
Monarch Juan Carlos I (2011-2014)
Felipe VI (2014-present)
Preceded by Javier Rojo
Spanish Senator
for Madrid
Assumed office
14 March 2004
Personal details
Born Pío García-Escudero Márquez
(1952-10-28) 28 October 1952 (age 65)
Madrid, Spain
Nationality Spanish
Political party People's Party
Occupation Politician

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Early YearsEdit

Born in 1952 in Madrid where he was raised, he graduated from Technical University of Madrid and as an architect from Superior Technical School of Architecture of Madrid.

Political careerEdit

García-Escudero Márquez was a Senator from 9 April 1996 to 2 February 1999, and again from 13 April 2004 to 26 September 2011 as a member of the People's Party.

PersonalEdit

García-Escudero Marquez was married on 15 June 1982 to María del Carmen Ramos Pérez. The couple have two children:

He is involved in Bárcenas affair corruption scandal and appeared before court as a witness in Gürtel case trial on 26 July 2017.[2]

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