Juan Manuel Albendea Pabón

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Juan Manuel Albendea Pabón (Cabra, Spain, 8 June 1937) is a Spanish politician, lawyer and economist. He is a member of the Spanish People's Party (PP). He was first elected to represent Seville in the Spanish Congress in 1996, and was re-elected in 2000, 2004 and 2008.

He qualified as a lawyer and became involved in business and economic law and the Direction of Companies. He became a high executive in the financial sector and a member of the Regional Executive Committee of Andalusia. Albendea Pabón is also Second Vice-president of the Commission of Justice, and contributes to the Commission of Economy and Property, Public Administrations, and Communication.

Albendea Pabon is married and has seven children.

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