List of Registered Political Parties in Spain

List Of Registered Political Parties In Spain

Below are listed political parties registered at the Spanish Ministry of the Interior in 1976-2002. Note that:

  • The Ministry does not appear to remove registrations if parties are dissolved or become dormant and a large number of the groups mentioned no longer exist today.
  • In several cases the groups listed were electoral alliances formed to contest a specific election.
  • In several cases, the registered parties are regional affiliates or branches of a nationwide party.
  • Some of the organizations listed are not political parties per se. For example a handful of youth wings of political parties are listed.
  • Parties are listed in the order by which they were registered.

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