Republican–Socialist Conjunction

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Republican–Socialist Conjunction

Conjunción Republicano–Socialista
LeaderBenito Pérez Galdós (until 1913)
Founded1909 (1909)
DissolvedDecember 1919
IdeologyRepublicanism
Progressivism
Federalism
Radicalism
Socialism
Political positionCentre-left to Left-wing

The Republican–Socialist Conjunction (Spanish: Conjunción Republicano–Socialista, CRS) was a Spanish electoral coalition created in 1909 and lasting until 1919. It comprised different parties during its short lifespan, but it always included the Spanish Socialist Workers' Party (PSOE) and at least several Republican members. It was disbanded in December 1919 after the PSOE left the alliance.[1]

Member parties[edit]

Electoral performance[edit]

Restoration Cortes[edit]

Election Popular vote Seats Leader Outcome
Votes % #
1910 10.3 #3
27 / 404
Benito Pérez Galdós PL majority
1914 #8
10 / 408
Roberto Castrovido PLC minority
1916 #4
13 / 409
PLLD majority
1919 #6
15 / 409
Álvaro de Albornoz PLC minority

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Republicanos (1868–1931)" (in Spanish). historiaelectoral.com. Retrieved 2016-12-26.