Catalunya en Comú–Podem

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Catalunya en Comú–Podem
LeaderJéssica Albiach
Founded13 November 2017
Merger ofCatComú
Podem
Preceded byCatalunya Sí que es Pot
IdeologyEco-socialism
Alter-globalization
Left-wing populism
Republicanism
Democratic socialism
Catalan right of self-determination
Political positionLeft-wing
Parliament of Catalonia
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Catalunya en Comú–Podem (English: "Catalonia in Common–We Can", CatComú–Podem), alternatively spelled out as Catalunya–En Comú Podem (English: "Catalonia–In Common We Can"), is a left-wing and self-governance electoral alliance in Catalonia formed by Catalunya en Comú and Podem to contest the 2017 Catalan regional election. Successor of the coalition Catalunya Sí que es Pot, which was elected in 2015, its candidacy is led by Xavier Domènech.

Ahead of the 2019 Spanish general election, the alliance was maintained under the En Comú Podem−Guanyem el Canvi label (English: "In Common We Can−Let's Win Change"), the same as used by the previous En Comú Podem alliance in the 2016 general election.[1]

Composition[edit]

Party
Catalonia in Common (CatComú)
We Can (Podemos/Podem)

Electoral performance[edit]

Parliament of Catalonia[edit]

Parliament of Catalonia
Election Vote % Seats Status Leader
2017 326,360 (#5) 7.46
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Opposition Xavier Domènech

Member parties[edit]

See also[edit]

  1. ^ "Catalunya en Comú y Podemos concurrirán juntos a las generales bajo la marca En Comú Podem". Expansión (in Spanish). 16 March 2019. Retrieved 17 March 2019.