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United Left of Aragon
United Left of Aragon
Izquierda Unida de Aragon
Aragonese nameCucha Chunida d'Aragón
Catalan nameEsquerra Unida d'Aragó
General CoordinatorAdolfo Barrena Salces
Founded1986 (1986)
Merger ofCommunist Party of Aragon
Izquierda Abierta
Communist Youth of Aragon
Republican Left
Independents
Party of Socialist Action (1986-2001)
Progressive Federation (1986-1988)
Carlist Party of Aragon (1986-1987)
Humanist Party (1986)
Headquartersc/Mayor esquina c/Refugio - 50003, Zaragoza
Membership (2015)1.500[1]
IdeologySocialism
Anticapitalism
Communism
Republicanism
Feminism
Federalism
Political positionLeft-wing
National affiliationUnited Left
Union affiliationCCOO
Congress of Deputies (Aragonese seats)
Aragonese Corts
Town councillors[2]
Website
iuaragon.org

United Left of Aragon (Spanish: Izquierda Unida de Aragón, Catalan: Esquerra Unida d'Aragó, Aragonese: Cucha Chunida d'Aragón.[3] IUA) is the Aragonese federation of the Spanish left wing political and social movement United Left. Adolfo Barrena Salces is the current General Coordinator. The major member of the coalition is the Communist Party of Aragon (PCA, Aragonese federation of the PCE).

History

In the Spanish elections of 2011 IUA made a coalition with Chunta Aragonesista, called The Left of Aragón, which gained 1 seat in the Congreso de los Diputados, rotative between the two parties.

In the Aragonese elections of 2015 IUA gained 1 MP in the Aragonese Corts.

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