|Founded||4 June 2011|
|Headquarters||Calle Jiloca, 4|
|Youth wing||Red EQUO Joven|
|National affiliation||Más País (2019–present)|
|European affiliation||European Green Party|
|International affiliation||Global Greens|
|European Parliament group||Greens–European Free Alliance|
|Congress of Deputies|
1 / 350
|European Parliament (Spanish seats)|
0 / 54
6 / 1,278
76 / 67,611
Equo (also referred to as EQUO, and formerly Q or eQuo) is a Spanish political party founded on 4 June 2011, when 35 different Spanish green parties agreed to merge into Equo. It began as a foundation on 24 September 2010 with the goal of becoming "the seed and source of debate about political ecology and social equity, originating a sociopolitical movement".
The first election it contested was the 2011 Spanish general election, obtaining 216,748 votes (0.9%), making it the 9th most supported party. The party was fifth in Madrid, achieving representation thanks to the Valencian coalition Compromís-Q, in which Equo participated.
- * Within Podemos—En Comú Podem–És el moment–En Marea.
- ** Within Unidos Podemos.
- *** Within Más País.
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- Juan Ponce and Cristina Rodríguez Armigen, elected as part of Greens Equo of the Valencian Country/Compromís in the Corts Valencianes.
David Abril, elected as part of Més per Mallorca in the Parliament of the Balearic Islands.
Alejandro Sánchez Pérez, elected as part of Podemos in the Assembly of Madrid.
Carmen Molina elected as part of Podemos in the Parliament of Andalusia.
José Ramón Becerra elected as part of Elkarrekin Podemos in the Basque Parliament.
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