Parliament of Galicia

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Parliament of Galicia
Parlamento de Galicia
VIII Legislature
Parlamento de Galicia.png
Type
Type Unicameral
Leadership
President Pilar Milagros Rojo Noguera, PPdeG
Since 1 March 2009
Vice president José Manuel Baltar Blanco, PPdeG
Since 21st October 2012
Vice president Ricardo Varela, PSdeG-PSOE
Since 1 March 2009
Secretary José Manuel Balseiro, PPdeG
Since 1 March 2009
Vice secretary Anxo Quintana, BNG
Since 1 March 2009
Structure
Seats 75
Political groups      Grupo Popular
     Grupo Socialista
     Grupo Nacionalista
Committees
Elections
Voting system Proportional representation
Last election 21st October
Meeting place
Salón de Plenos
Pazo do Hórreo
Santiago de Compostela
Galicia, Spain
Website
http://www.parlamentodegalicia.es/

The Parliament of Galicia (Galician: Parlamento de Galicia) is the unicameral legislature of the autonomous community of Galicia, Spain. It is formed by 75 deputies (deputados). Deputies are elected every four years in ordinary period, or extraordinarily upon dissolution and call of elections by the President of the Xunta of Galicia, by universal suffrage in proportional lists with four constituencies, being this the Galician provinces.

Functions[edit]

The Parliament:

Seat[edit]

The Galician Parliament meets at the Pazo do Horreo in the Galician capital of Santiago de Compostela.

Current composition[edit]

The composition of the 8th legislature, to serve no further than 2013, is:

Affiliation Members
   People's Party of Galicia 41
   Socialist Party of Galicia 18
   AGE 9
   Galician Nationalist Bloc 7
Total 75

Legislatures[edit]

  • I Legislature [1] (1981)
  • II Legislature (1985)
  • III Legislature (1989)
  • IV Legislature (1993)
  • President: Victorino Núñez Rodríguez
  • V Legislature (1997)
  • VI Legislature (2001)
  • President: José Mª García Leira
  • VII Legislature (2005)
  • VIII Legislature (2009)

See also[edit]

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ "Parlamento de Galicia - Former compositions". Parlamento de Galicia. Retrieved 2006-11-27. [dead link]

External links[edit]

Coordinates: 42°52′22″N 8°32′38″W / 42.8729°N 8.5439°W / 42.8729; -8.5439