Zero Cuts

  (Redirected from Recortes Cero)

Zero Cuts (Spanish: Recortes Cero) is a Spanish eco-socialist and christian left party alliance, initially founded as a group of electors, formed to contest the 2014 European Parliament election. Subsequently, it has contested the 2015 and 2016 general elections together with The Greens–Green Group.[2][1] It is supported by the Communist Unification of Spain. In the 2019 Spanish general election, the filmmaker Fernando Colomo was the Madrid candidate to the Spanish Senate for the coalition Zero Cuts – Grupo VerdePartido CastellanoTierra Comunera. His aim was to promote the list rather than becoming elected.[3]

Zero Cuts

Recortes Cero
LeaderNuria Suárez
Founded2014
Membership (2016)3,741[1]
IdeologyEco-socialism
Feminism
Anti-austerity
Political positionLeft-wing
Website
www.recortescero.es

Electoral performanceEdit

Cortes GeneralesEdit

Election Popular vote Seats Leader Outcome
Votes % # Congress Senate
2015 48,675 0.2 #16
0 / 350
0 / 208
Nuria Suárez New election
2016 51,907 0.2 #11
0 / 350
0 / 208
PP minority

European ParliamentEdit

Election Popular vote Seats Candidate
Votes % #
2014 30,827 0.2 #20
0 / 54
Nuria Suárez

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ a b Muela, Daniel (23 June 2016). "Los partidos que quedaron a las puertas del Congreso el 20D". El País (in Spanish). Madrid. Retrieved 25 March 2017.
  2. ^ Rodríguez Álvarez, Sabela (21 June 2016). "Recortes Cero, un partido "al servicio de los que han sufrido la crisis"". infoLibre (in Spanish). Retrieved 25 March 2017.
  3. ^ Fernando Colomo: "Los intelectuales tendrían que pringarse más de lo que se pringan en política" (in Spanish), Marta Nebot, Público, 23 April 2019.