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P.S.O.E. (Political party) -- Alfredo Pérez Rubalcaba -- Pelea Por Lo Que Quieres.
P.S.O.E. (Political party) -- Alfredo Pérez Rubalcaba  --  Pelea Por Lo Que Quieres.
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TitleP.S.O.E. (Political party) -- Alfredo Pérez Rubalcaba -- Pelea Por Lo Que Quieres.
Title-AlternativePSOE -- Pelea Por Lo Que Quieres.
Title-TranslationFight For What You Want.
ContributorP.S.O.E. (Political party)
Geographic LocationSpain
Classgraphic arts
Typesticker
DescriptionCampaign by Alfredo Pérez Rubalcaba, a Spanish politician who is the General Secretary of the Spanish Socialist Workers' Party (PSOE) and leader of the opposition in the Spanish Parliament. "Alfredo Pérez a is the Secretary General of the Socialist Party of Spain, elected in 38 Party Conference held on February 4, 2012 in Seville. His last political position was Interior Minister and First Deputy Prime Minister of Spain. He was born in Solares (Cantabria) in 1951. He has held many positions in the socialist governments, including the period when Felipe González was Minister of Education and Science (1992-1993) and Minister of the Presidency (1993-1996) among others. After the victory of the PSOE in the general election of 2004, Alfredo Pérez Rubalcaba was appointed spokesman and leader of the Socialist Group. Since 2006 he has held the position of Minister of the Interior. " -- Qué website "Spanish Socialist Worker's Party (PSOE). Spain's oldest party was founded in 1879. The leading component of the Republican side in the Spanish civil war, it went into exile and underground in 1939 after being banned, it re-emerged with the transition to democracy. Initially the opposition to the vast centrist Democratic Centre Union (which would later merge into the People's Party), it won the 1982 election and subsequently became the most successful centre-left party in Europe of the last three decades, governing until 1996 and then again between 2004 and 2011...The party was historically rather radical, but since the early 80s become a moderate, pragmatic party, jettisoning Marxism in 1979, an
SubjectPérez Rubalcaba, Alfredo; P.S.O.E. (political party); socialism; anti-capitalism; capitalism; political parties -- Spain; politicians; politics & government; political slogans
Referenceshttp://www.rubalcaba.es/ ; http://www.psoe.es/ambito/actualidad/home.do; http://europe.demsoc.org/2014/05/20/spanish-socialist-workers-party-psoe/; http://www.que.es/temas/alfredo-perez-rubalcaba.html
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