Socialist Party of the Balearic Islands

The Socialist Party of the Balearic Islands–PSOE (Catalan: Partit Socialista de les Illes Balears–PSOE) is the regional branch in the Balearic Islands of the Spanish Socialist Workers' Party (PSOE), the main centre-left party in Spain since the 1970s.

Socialist Party of the Balearic Islands

Partit Socialista de les Illes Balears (ca)
Partido Socialista de las Islas Baleares (es)
PresidentTeresa Riera
Secretary-GeneralFrancina Armengol
SpokespersonPilar Costa
Founded1913
(as Balearic Socialist Federation)[1]
HeadquartersC/ Miracle, 1
07002 Palma, Majorca, Spain
Membership (2014)2,542[2]
IdeologySocial democracy[3]
Political positionCentre-left
National affiliationSpanish Socialist Workers' Party
Congress of Deputies
2 / 8
(Balearic seats)
Spanish Senate[4]
3 / 7
(Balearic seats)
Parliament of the Balearic Islands
19 / 59
Island Councils
25 / 78
Mayors in the Balearic Islands
12 / 68
Local seats in the Balearic Islands[a]
207 / 925
Website
www.psib-psoe.org

Secretary-GeneralsEdit

President Term
1. Francesc Triay 1982–1983
2. Félix Pons 1983–1985
3. Josep Moll 1985–1990
4. Joan March 1990–1994
Francesc Triay 1994–1997
6. Andreu Crespí 1997–2000
7. Francesc Antich 2000–2011
8. Francina Armengol 2011–

Electoral performanceEdit

Parliament of the Balearic IslandsEdit

Parliament of the Balearic Islands
Election Votes % # Seats +/– Leading candidate Status in legislature
1983 107,906 34.71% 2nd
21 / 54
Félix Pons Opposition
1987 108,910 32.47% 2nd
21 / 59
 0 Joan Francesc Triay Opposition
1991 102,060 30.09% 2nd
21 / 59
 0 Francesc Obrador Opposition
1995 90,008 23.97% 2nd
16 / 59
 5 Joan Francesc Triay Opposition
1999 80,327 22.02% 2nd
16 / 59
 0 Francesc Antich Coalition (PSIB–PSMUMEU)
2003 104,614 24.54% 2nd
18 / 59
 2 Francesc Antich Opposition
2007 115,477 27.60% 2nd
20 / 59
 2 Francesc Antich Coalition (PSIB–BlocUM)
Coalition (PSIB–Bloc; from February 2010)
2011 102,724 24.44% 2nd
17 / 59
 3 Francesc Antich Opposition
2015 81,798 18.94% 2nd
14 / 59
 3 Francina Armengol Coalition (PSIB–MésMpM)
Coalition (PSIB–Més; from March 2017)
2019 117,480 27.37% 1st
19 / 59
 5 Francina Armengol Coalition (PSIB–UPMés)

Cortes GeneralesEdit

Cortes Generales
Election Balearic Islands
Congress Senate
Votes % # Seats +/– Seats +/–
1977 73,554 23.34% 2nd
2 / 6
1 / 5
1979 88,232 29.38% 2nd
2 / 6
 0
1 / 5
 0
1982 144,232 40.45% 1st
3 / 6
 1
3 / 5
 2
1986 137,363 40.28% 1st
3 / 6
 0
3 / 5
 0
1989 118,833 34.48% 2nd
3 / 6
 0
1 / 5
 2
1993 140,145 33.97% 2nd
3 / 7
 0
1 / 5
 0
1996 155,244 35.95% 2nd
3 / 7
 0
2 / 5
 1
2000 116,515 29.28% 2nd
2 / 7
 1
1 / 5
 1
2004 185,623 39.48% 2nd
4 / 8
 2
1 / 5
 0
2008 209,451 44.23% 1st
4 / 8
 0
3 / 5
 2
2011 126,512 28.87% 2nd
3 / 8
 1
1 / 5
 2
2015 88,635 18.31% 3rd
2 / 8
 1
0 / 5
 1
2016 93,363 20.09% 3rd
2 / 8
 0
0 / 5
 0
2019 (Apr) 136,698 26.36% 1st
3 / 8
 1
4 / 5
 4
2019 (Nov) 115,567 25.44% 1st
2 / 8
 1
3 / 5
 1

European ParliamentEdit

European Parliament
Election Balearic Islands
Votes % #
1987 114,420 34.20% 2nd
1989 84,465 35.58% 1st
1994 72,430 24.85% 2nd
1999 100,023 27.70% 2nd
2004 101,212 38.76% 2nd
2009 99,574 38.66% 2nd
2014 59,518 22.03% 2nd
2019 122,532 29.34% 1st

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Història PSIB–PSOE. www.psib-psoe.org
  2. ^ Unos 197.400 militantes elegirán al líder del PSOE, 45.600 en Andalucía. Canal Sur, 13/06/2014.
  3. ^ Nordsieck, Wolfram (2003). "Balearic Islands/Spain". Archived from the original on 9 February 2005.CS1 maint: unfit url (link)
  4. ^ Senadores por Illes Balears. Senado.es
  1. ^ Excluding coalitions.