Spanish Democratic Party
The Spanish Democratic Party (Spanish: Partido Demócrata Español; PADE) was a conservative political party in Spain, created as a split from the centre-right People's Party in 1996. Its chairman was Juan Ramón Calero Rodríguez, former PP spokesperson in Congress.
|President||Juan Ramón Calero|
|Dissolved||10 May 2008|
|Headquarters||C/ Francisco Silvela, 77|
28028 Madrid, Spain
|Political position||Right-wing to far-right|
It regarded itself as being to the right of the People's Party, with some sources regarding it as a far-right party. This was denied by the party, which described itself as christian humanist, liberal-reformist and moderate.