Juntas Españolas

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Juntas Españolas
Leader Esteban Gómez Rovira
Ramón Graells
Blas Piñar
Antonio Izquierdo[1]
Founder Blas Piñar
Founded 1983 (1983)
Dissolved 1994 (1994)
Succeeded by National Democracy
Headquarters Madrid
Newspaper El Alcázar
Youth wing Patria y Libertad
Ideology Neofascism
National syndicalism
Spanish nationalism
Third position
Political position Far-right
Colors             

Juntas Españolas was a far-right political party in Spain created in 1983 after a call was issued through the defunct newspaper El Alcázar by the newspaper's director, Antonio Izquierdo. The group also followed the failure and self-dissolution of the Fuerza Nueva of Blas Piñar.[2]

The group intended to renew and modernize the message of the far-right in Spain, abandoning some of the most reactionary positions (for example, accepting divorce). The group dissolved and integrated with the Alianza Democrática Nacional, which later became Democracia Nacional (DN).

References[edit]

  1. ^ La ultraderecha arrincona a sus Iíderes históricos, pero no controla los grupos violentos. El País, 10 DIC 1989.
  2. ^ Las Juntas Españolas promovidas por 'El Alcázar' inician su primer congreso. El País, 22 JUN 1985.