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Spanish Socialist Workers' Party of Andalusia

The Spanish Socialist Workers' Party of Andalusia (Spanish: Partido Socialista Obrero Español de Andalucía, PSOE–A) is the Andalusian branch of the Spanish Socialist Workers' Party, as well as the largest and most important federation within the PSOE.

Spanish Socialist Workers' Party of Andalusia

Partido Socialista Obrero Español de Andalucía
PresidentMicaela Navarro
Secretary-GeneralSusana Díaz
SpokespersonMario Jiménez Díaz
Founded1977
HeadquartersC/ San Vicente, 37
41002 Seville, Andalusia
Youth wingSocialist Youth of Andalusia
MembershipDecrease 45,124[1]
IdeologySocial democracy[2]
Political positionCentre-left[2]
National affiliationSpanish Socialist Workers' Party
Colors     Red
     Green
Parliament of Andalusia
33 / 109
Congress of Deputies
24 / 61
Senate
27 / 41
Local Government (2015)
4,081 / 9,031
Provincial deputations
93 / 228
Website
www.psoeandalucia.com

Formerly known as the Andalusian Socialist Federation (FSA), it was founded in 1977. The party was the ruling party of Andalusia uninterruptedly from 1978 to 2019, having won all regional elections in that time except for the 2012 election, after which it nonetheless was able to maintain the regional government through a coalition with United Left. It lost power for the first time after the 2018 election, when a PP-Cs coalition was formed.

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LeadersEdit

Presidents of AndalusiaEdit

Party leadersEdit

Electoral performanceEdit

Parliament of AndalusiaEdit

Parliament of Andalusia
Election Vote % Score Seats +/– Leader Status
1982 1,498,619 52.6 1st
66 / 109
Rafael Escuredo Government
1986 1,581,513 47.0 1st
60 / 109
 6 José Rodríguez de la Borbolla Government
1990 1,368,576 49.6 1st
62 / 109
 2 Manuel Chaves Government
1994 1,395,131 38.7 1st
45 / 109
 17 Manuel Chaves Government
1996 1,903,160 44.1 1st
52 / 109
 7 Manuel Chaves Government
2000 1,790,653 44.3 1st
52 / 109
 0 Manuel Chaves Government
2004 2,260,545 50.4 1st
61 / 109
 9 Manuel Chaves Government
2008 2,178,296 48.4 1st
56 / 109
 5 Manuel Chaves Government
2012 1,527,923 39.6 2nd
47 / 109
 9 José Antonio Griñán Government
2015 1,411,278 35.4 1st
47 / 109
 0 Susana Díaz Government
2018 1,010,889 27.9 1st
33 / 109
 14 Susana Díaz Opposition

Cortes GeneralesEdit

Cortes Generales
Election Andalusia
Congress Senate
Vote % Score Seats +/– Seats +/–
1977 1,059,037 36.2 1st
27 / 59
16 / 32
1979 986,842 33.5 1st
23 / 59
 4
19 / 32
 3
1982 2,064,865 60.5 1st
43 / 59
 20
24 / 32
 5
1986 1,923,891 57.1 1st
42 / 60
 1
24 / 32
 0
1989 1,793,717 52.5 1st
42 / 61
 0
24 / 32
 0
1993 2,063,899 51.5 1st
37 / 61
 5
24 / 32
 0
1996 2,017,857 46.7 1st
32 / 62
 5
24 / 32
 0
2000 1,771,968 43.9 1st
30 / 62
 2
18 / 32
 6
2004 2,377,455 52.9 1st
38 / 61
 8
24 / 32
 6
2008 2,342,277 51.9 1st
36 / 61
 2
22 / 32
 2
2011 1,594,893 36.6 2nd
25 / 60
  11
10 / 32
  12
2015 1,402,393 31.5 1st
22 / 61
 3
17 / 32
 5
2016 1,326,838 31.2 2nd
20 / 61
 2
14 / 32
 3
2019 1,563,828 34.2 1st
24 / 61
 4
24 / 32
 10

European ParliamentEdit

European Parliament
Election Andalusia
Vote % Score
1987 1,491,525 48.3 1st
1989 1,288,676 50.3 1st
1994 1,479,280 41.1 1st
1999 1,609,861 43.3 1st
2004 1,349,475 54.4 1st
2009 1,265,633 48.2 1st
2014 940,501 35.1 1st

ReferencesEdit