Spanish Socialist Workers' Party of Andalusia

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Spanish Socialist Workers' Party of Andalusia
Partido Socialista Obrero Español de Andalucía
President Micaela Navarro
Secretary-General Susana Díaz
Spokesperson Mario Jiménez Díaz
Founded 1977
Headquarters C/ San Vicente, 37
41002 Seville, Andalusia
Youth wing Socialist Youth of Andalusia
Membership Decrease 45,124[1]
Ideology Social democracy[2]
Political position Centre-left[2]
National affiliation Spanish Socialist Workers' Party
Colors      Red
     Green
Parliament of Andalusia
47 / 109
Congress of Deputies
22 / 61
Senate
22 / 41
Local Government (2015)
4,081 / 9,031
Provincial deputations
93 / 228
Website
www.psoeandalucia.com

The Spanish Socialist Workers' Party of Andalusia (Spanish: Partido Socialista Obrero Español de Andalucía, PSOE–A) is the Andalusian branch of the Spanish Socialist Workers' Party, as well as the largest and most important federation within the PSOE.

Formerly known as the Andalusian Socialist Federation (FSA), it was founded in 1977. The party has been the ruling party of Andalusia uninterruptedly since 1978, having won all regional elections except for the 2012 election, after which it nonetheless was able to maintain the regional government through a coalition with United Left.

Leaders[edit]

Presidents of Andalusia[edit]

Party leaders[edit]

Electoral performance[edit]

Parliament of Andalusia[edit]

Parliament of Andalusia
Election Vote % Seats Status Leader
1982 1,498,619 (#1) 52.60
66 / 109
Government Rafael Escuredo
1986 1,581,513 (#1) 47.04
60 / 109
Government José Rodríguez de la Borbolla
1990 1,368,576 (#1) 49.60
62 / 109
Government Manuel Chaves
1994 1,395,131 (#1) 38.72
45 / 109
Government Manuel Chaves
1996 1,903,160 (#1) 44.05
52 / 109
Government Manuel Chaves
2000 1,790,653 (#1) 44.32
52 / 109
Government Manuel Chaves
2004 2,260,545 (#1) 50.36
61 / 109
Government Manuel Chaves
2008 2,178,296 (#1) 48.41
56 / 109
Government Manuel Chaves
2012 1,527,923 (#2) 39.56
47 / 109
Government José Antonio Griñán
2015 1,411,278 (#1) 35.41
47 / 109
Government Susana Díaz

Cortes Generales[edit]

Congress of Deputies
Election Andalusia
Vote % Seats
1977 1,059,037 (#1) 36.16
27 / 59
1979 986,842 (#1) 33.53
23 / 59
1982 2,064,865 (#1) 60.45
43 / 59
1986 1,923,891 (#1) 57.07
42 / 60
1989 1,793,717 (#1) 52.55
42 / 61
1993 2,063,899 (#1) 51.45
37 / 61
1996 2,017,857 (#1) 46.66
32 / 62
2000 1,771,968 (#1) 43.86
30 / 62
2004 2,377,455 (#1) 52.86
38 / 61
2008 2,342,277 (#1) 51.93
36 / 61
2011 1,594,893 (#2) 36.60
25 / 60
2015 1,402,393 (#1) 31.50
22 / 61
2016 1,326,838 (#2) 31.20
20 / 61
 
Senate
Election Andalusia
Vote % Seats
1977
16 / 32
1979
19 / 32
1982
24 / 32
1986
24 / 32
1989
24 / 32
1993
24 / 32
1996
24 / 32
2000
18 / 32
2004
24 / 32
2008
22 / 32
2011
10 / 32
2015
17 / 32
2016
14 / 32

European Parliament[edit]

European Parliament
Election Andalusia
Vote %
1987 1,491,525 (#1) 48.27
1989 1,288,676 (#1) 50.26
1994 1,479,280 (#1) 41.07
1999 1,609,861 (#1) 43.29
2004 1,349,475 (#1) 54.38
2009 1,265,633 (#1) 48.16
2014 940,501 (#1) 35.13

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