Parliament of La Rioja
|Parliament of La Rioja
Parlamento de La Rioja
|La Rioja unicameral legislature|
Supported by (4)
Length of term
|May 24, 2015|
|The entrance to the Parliament of La Rioja, housed in the former Monastery of La Merced in Logroño.|
The Parliament of La Rioja (Spanish: Parlamento de La Rioja) is the unicameral autonomous parliament of La Rioja, one of the autonomous communities of Spain. The parliament, composed of 33 elected seats, is located the former Monastery of La Merced in Logroño, the capital city of La Rioja.
In the 2011 Riojan parliamentary election the People's Party (PP) won a majority with 20 seats. They lost their majority in the 2015 Riojan parliamentary election, falling to 15 seats and being forced to rely on the abstention of C's deputies to continue as a minority government.
- La Rioja election results historiaelectoral.com, accessed 15 July 2013
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