Aragonese Party
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Aragonese Party

The Aragonese Party (Spanish: Partido Aragonés, PAR) is a political party which advocates the interests of Aragon within Spain. The party was founded in 1978 under the name Aragonese Regionalist Party, but changed its name in 1990, keeping the initials PAR. The founders of PAR included Emilio Eiroa, who later served as the President of the Government of Aragon from 1991 to 1993.[3]

PAR had representation in the European Parliament (1999-2004) where it sat in the European Coalition group.

Electoral performance

Cortes of Aragon

Cortes of Aragon
Election Leader # % Score Seats +/- Resulting government
1983 Hipólito Gómez de las Roces 124,018 20.5 3rd
-- PSOE minority
1987 179,922 28.1 2nd
Green Arrow Up Darker.svg6 PAR minority (1987-1989)
PAR-PP minority (1989-1991)
1991 151,420 24.7 2nd
Red Arrow Down.svg2 PAR-PP (1991-1992)
PAR-PP minority (1992-1993)
PSOE minority (1993-1995)
1995 Emilio Eiroa 143,573 20.4 3rd
Red Arrow Down.svg3 PP-PAR
1999 José María Mur 86,519 13.3 3rd
Red Arrow Down.svg4 PSOE-PAR minority
2003 José Ángel Biel 79,670 11.2 4th
Red Arrow Down.svg2 PSOE-PAR
2007 81,135 12.1 3rd
Green Arrow Up Darker.svg1 PSOE-PAR
2011 62,193 9.2 3rd
Red Arrow Down.svg2 PP-PAR
2015 Arturo Aliaga 45,846 6.9 5th
Red Arrow Down.svg1 PSOE-CHA minority
2019 33,978 5.1 7th
Red Arrow Down.svg3 PSOE-Ps-CHA-PAR

References

  1. ^ Barberà, O., & Rodríguez, J. (2009). Los partidos de ámbito no estatal en Aragón: el Partido Aragonés y la Chunta Aragonesista. Papers: revista de sociologia, (92), 171-195. pp. 176-177
  2. ^ "El catalán de la Franja se denominará 'lapao' en Aragón". lavanguardia.com. Retrieved 2018.
  3. ^ "Muere Emilio Eiroa, expresidente de Aragón y uno de los fundadores del PAR". Heraldo de Aragón. 2013-03-10. Archived from the original on 2019-01-07. Retrieved .

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