Social Democratic Party (Andorra)
|Split from||National Democratic Group|
|Headquarters||C/Verge del Pilar, 5 3-1|
Andorra la Vella
|European affiliation||Party of European Socialists (observer)|
|International affiliation||Socialist International|
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The party was established in the run-up to the March 2001 parliamentary elections when the National Democratic Group split in two, with the Democratic Party also being formed. The new party received 28.7% of the vote and won six seats.
In the buildup to the April 2005 parliamentary elections the party formed an alliance named L'Alternativa with the Parochial Union of Independents Group (GUPI) and Democratic Renewal to contest parish-level seats. The party won six seats at the national level, whilst the alliance won six seats at the parish level. With a total of twelve seats, the party remained in opposition.
The April 2009 parliamentary elections saw the party renew its alliance with GUPI and some independents. The alliance won 14 of the 28 seats and PS leader Jaume Bartumeu became Prime Minister, with the Andorra for Change party supporting the government.
In 2010 the APC withdrew its support for the PS-led government, and in 2011 the General Council rejected the government's budget, forcing early elections. The April 2011 parliamentary elections saw the PS receive 34.8% of the vote, reducing its representation to six seats.
In the March 2015 parliamentary elections, the party ran in alliance with the Greens of Andorra, Citizens' Initiative and independent candidates. The alliance's vote share fell to 24%, winning only three seats.
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Some notable past and present members are:
- Jaume Bartumeu, Prime Minister from 2009 to 2011
- Carles Blasi Vidal
- Josep Dallerès Codina
- Jordi Font Mariné
- Pere López Agràs, Prime Minister 2011
- Maria Pilar Riba Font, sat on General Council from 2005 to 2011
- Nordsieck, Wolfram (2019). "Andorra". Parties and Elections in Europe. Retrieved 9 April 2019.
- Lansford, Tom, ed. (31 March 2017). Political Handbook of the World. 1 (2016–2017 ed.). p. 196. ISBN 978-1-5063-2718-1. ISSN 0193-175X.
- Nohlen D & Stöver P (2010) Elections in Europe: A data handbook, p162 ISBN 978-3-8329-5609-7
- Nohlen & Stöver, p164
- Elections in 2009 IPU
- Latest elections IPU
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