Enric Morera i Català

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Enric Morera i Català
Enric Morera-Compromís.jpg
President of Corts Valencianes
Assumed office
2015
Preceded by Francesc Colomer
Co-spokesperson of Compromís
(alongside Mònica Oltra)
Assumed office
2012
Spokesman of Compromís
in the Corts Valencianes
In office
2010–2015
Preceded by Mònica Oltra Jarque
Succeeded by Mònica Oltra Jarque
General Secretary of the BLOC
In office
2003–2016
Succeeded by Àgueda Micó
Deputy of the Corts Valencianes
Assumed office
2007
Member of the European Parliament
In office
19 April 2004[1] – 13 June 2004[2]
Personal details
Born (1964-04-03) 3 April 1964 (age 53)
Oliva, Valencia, Spain
Nationality Valencian
Political party BLOC-Compromís
Spouse(s) Tona Català
Website www.enricmorera.com

Enric Morera i Català (Valencian: [enˈrig moˈɾeɾa j kataˈla]; Oliva, Valencia, 3 April 1964) is a Spanish politician who is the leader of the Valencian Nationalist Bloc and the Compromís coalition.

Morera was a Member of the European Parliament in 2004, as part of The Greens–European Free Alliance group, and since 2007 has been a member of the Valencian Parliament.

After 2015 Valencian parliamentary election, he was elected President of the Corts Valencianes, the Valencian Parliament, as a result of a pact formed by Compromís and the Socialist Party of the Valencian Country.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Enric Morera serà el nou eurodiputat de la coalició nacionalista Bloc-CiU-PSM a partir del mes de abril notícia a Vilaweb del 29 de març de 2004
  2. ^ Morera será eurodiputado tras la dimisión de Gasòliba (CiU) notícia a El País del 29 de març de 2004 (in Spanish)

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