|Secretary-General||Francisco Álvarez Cascos|
|Founded||19 January 2011|
|Split from||People's Party|
|Youth wing||Foro Joven (Young Forum)|
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Asturias Forum was founded in January 2011 by former Deputy Prime Minister Francisco Álvarez Cascos, who left the People's Party (PP) after failing to be selected as the party's candidate for President of Asturias in the 2011 election.
In the Asturian election, Álvarez Cascos led the party under the name "Citizens' Forum" (Spanish: Foro de Ciudadanos). FAC won sixteen seats, making it the largest party on the General Council. Together with the PP, FAC's gains gave the centre-right a majority in Asturias for the first time. The party has spoken to all three other parties to create a more consensual political climate.
On February 12, 2015, Francisco Álvarez-Cascos surprisingly announced he would not stand again as Asturias Forum's candidate and resigned to the presidency of the party. Álvarez-Cascos was succeeded by Cristina Coto, while he went on to become the party's secretary-general.
- * Within People's Party–Asturias Forum.
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- Mencía, J. E. (25 May 2011). "Cascos gana las elecciones y la derecha obtiene mayoría absoluta por primera vez". La Nueva España (in Spanish). Retrieved 25 May 2011.
- Ordóñez, José A. (25 May 2011). "Cascos llama a PSOE, PP e IU a un "consenso básico", inspirado en los pactos de la Moncloa". La Nueva España (in Spanish). Retrieved 25 May 2011.
- Cascos renuncia a encabezar la candidatura de su partido en las elecciones regionales; El Comercio, 12 February 2015 (in Spanish)
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