Javier Gómez Darmendrail

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Javier Gómez Darmendrail (Madrid, Spain 7 March 1949) is a Spanish politician who belongs to the People's Party (PP).

Married with three children, Gómez graduated in French philology and later worked as a teacher.[1]

Gómez began his political career in 1989 when he was elected to the Spanish Congress of Deputies representing Segovia Province[2] and has been re-elected at each subsequent general election.[1]

In Congress, he has been a member of the sub-committees on Defence, Education and Culture, Industry, Energy and Tourism and Infrastructure.[1] After serving in the Executive Committee of the PP in Segovia Province, he was selected as a member of the national executive of the PP in October 2007[3] In the past Gómez has also served as a member of the Parliamentary Assembly of NATO.[1]

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