Spanish local elections, 1995

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Spanish local elections, 1995

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65,869 councillors in 8,067 municipal councils
1,034 seats in 38 provincial deputations
Registered 31,953,812 Green Arrow Up Darker.svg5.7%
Turnout 22,324,852 (69.9%)
Green Arrow Up Darker.svg7.1 pp

  First party Second party Third party
  José María Aznar 1996 (cropped).jpg Felipe González 1996 (cropped).jpg Julio Anguita 1996 (cropped).jpg
Leader José María Aznar Felipe González Julio Anguita
Party PPUPN PSOEPSC IUIC
Leader since 4 September 1989 13 October 1974 12 February 1989
Last election 19,543 c., 25.7% 25,365 c., 38.7%[b] 2,537 c., 8.0%[a]
Seats won 24,772 21,189 3,493
Seat change Green Arrow Up Darker.svg5,229 Red Arrow Down.svg4,176 Green Arrow Up Darker.svg956
Popular vote 7,820,392 6,838,607 2,589,780
Percentage 35.3% 30.8% 11.7%
Swing Green Arrow Up Darker.svg9.6 pp Red Arrow Down.svg7.9 pp Green Arrow Up Darker.svg3.7 pp

  Fourth party Fifth party Sixth party
  Jordi Pujol 1996 (cropped).jpg Xabier Arzalluz (cropped).jpg Portrait placeholder.svg
Leader Jordi Pujol Xabier Arzalluz Antonio Moreno
Party CiUCDA–PNA EAJ/PNV PA
Leader since 19 September 1978 18 January 1985 July 1994
Last election 4,360 c., 4.9% 993 c., 1.6% 540 c., 1.8%
Seats won 4,265 1,015 345
Seat change Red Arrow Down.svg95 Green Arrow Up Darker.svg22 Red Arrow Down.svg195
Popular vote 975,037 313,318 260,249
Percentage 4.4% 1.4% 1.2%
Swing Red Arrow Down.svg0.5 pp Red Arrow Down.svg0.2 pp Red Arrow Down.svg0.6 pp

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Provincial results map for municipal elections

The 1995 Spanish local elections were held on Sunday, 28 May 1995, to elect all 65,869 councillors in the 8,067 municipalities of Spain and all 1,034 seats in 38 provincial deputations.[1][2] The elections were held simultaneously with regional elections in thirteen autonomous communities, as well as local elections in the three foral deputations of the Basque Country and the ten island councils in the Balearic and Canary Islands.

Electoral system[edit]

Municipal elections

Municipalities in Spain were local corporations with independent legal personality. They had a governing body, the municipal council or corporation, composed of a mayor, deputy mayors and a plenary assembly of councillors. Voting for the local assemblies was on the basis of universal suffrage, with all nationals over eighteen, registered in the corresponding municipality and in full enjoyment of all political rights entitled to vote. The mayor was in turn elected by the plenary assembly, with a legal clause providing for the candidate of the most-voted party to be automatically elected to the post in the event no other candidate was to gather an absolute majority of votes.

Local councillors were elected using the D'Hondt method and a closed list proportional representation, with a threshold of 5 percent of valid votes—which included blank ballots—being applied in each local council. Parties not reaching the threshold were not taken into consideration for seat distribution. Councillors were allocated to municipal councils based on the following scale:

Population Councillors
<250 5
251–1,000 7
1,001–2,000 9
2,001–5,000 11
5,001–10,000 13
10,001–20,000 17
20,001–50,000 21
50,001–100,000 25
>100,001 +1 per each 100,000 inhabitants or fraction
+1 if total is an even number

Councillors of municipalities with populations between 100 and 250 inhabitants were elected under an open list partial block voting, with electors voting for individual candidates instead of parties and for up to four candidates. Additionally, municipalities below 100 inhabitants, as well as those whose geographical location or the best management of municipal interests or other circumstances made it advisable, were to be organized through the open council system (Spanish: régimen de concejo abierto), in which voters would directly elect the local major.[3][4][5]

The electoral law provided that parties, federations, coalitions and groupings of electors were allowed to present lists of candidates. However, groupings of electors were required to secure the signature of a determined amount of the electors registered in the municipality for which they sought election:

  • At least 1 percent of the electors in municipalities below 5,000 inhabitants, provided that the number of signers was more than double that of councillors at stake.
  • At least 100 signatures in municipalities between 5,001 and 10,000.
  • At least 500 signatures in municipalities between 10,001 and 50,000.
  • At least 1,500 signatures in municipalities between 50,001 and 150,000.
  • At least 3,000 signatures in municipalities between 150,001 and 300,000.
  • At least 5,000 signatures in municipalities between 300,001 and 1,000,000.
  • At least 8,000 signatures in municipalities over 1,000,001.

Electors were barred from signing for more than one list of candidates. Concurrently, parties and federations intending to enter in coalition to take part jointly at an election were required to inform the relevant Electoral Commission within ten days of the election being called.[3][4]

Deputations and island councils

Provincial deputations were the governing bodies of provinces in Spain, having an administration role of municipal activities and composed of a provincial president, an administrative body, and a plenary. Basque provinces had foral deputations instead—called Juntas Generales—, whereas deputations for single-province autonomous communities were abolished: their functions transferred to the corresponding regional parliaments. For insular provinces, such as the Balearic and Canary Islands, deputations were replaced by island councils in each of the islands or group of islands. For Majorca, Menorca and IbizaFormentera this figure was referred to in Spanish as consejo insular (Catalan: consell insular), whereas for Gran Canaria, Tenerife, Fuerteventura, La Gomera, El Hierro, Lanzarote and La Palma its name was cabildo insular.

Most deputations were indirectly elected by local councillors from municipalities in each judicial district. Seats were allocated to provincial deputations based on the following scale:

Population Seats
<500,000 25
500,001–1,000,000 27
1,000,001–3,500,000 31
>3,500,001 51

Island councils and foral deputations were elected directly by electors under their own, specific electoral regulations.[3][4]

Municipal elections[edit]

Overall[edit]

Councillor share for different parties in the elections.

  PPUPN (37.61%)
  PSOEPSC (32.17%)
  CiUCDA–PNA (6.47%)
  IUIC (5.30%)
  PAR (1.59%)
  EAJ/PNV (1.54%)
  HB (0.94%)
  ERC (0.80%)
  CC (0.65%)
  BNG (0.65%)
  EA (0.62%)
  PA (0.52%)
  Other (11.14%)
Summary of the 28 May 1995 municipal election results in Spain
Parties and coalitions Popular vote Councillors
Votes % ±pp Total +/-
People's Party and allies (PPUPN) 7,820,392 35.27 +9.56 24,772 +5,229
People's Party (PP) 7,743,656 34.93 +9.59 24,479 +5,181
Navarrese People's Union (UPN) 76,736 0.35 –0.01 293 +48
Spanish Socialist Workers' Party and allies (PSOEPSC) 6,838,607 30.84 –7.88 21,189 –4,176
Spanish Socialist Workers' Party (PSOE)1 5,771,843 26.03 –7.30 19,483 –4,038
Socialists' Party of Catalonia (PSC–PSOE) 1,066,764 4.81 –0.59 1,706 –138
United Left and allies (IUIC) 2,589,780 11.68 +3.67 3,493 +956
United Left (IU) 2,203,281 9.94 +3.33 3,104 +843
Initiative for CataloniaThe Greens (IC–EV) 386,499 1.74 +0.34 389 +113
Convergence and Union and allies (CiUCDA–PNA) 975,037 4.40 –0.46 4,265 –95
Basque Nationalist Party (EAJ/PNV) 313,318 1.41 –0.18 1,015 +22
Andalusian Party (PA) 260,249 1.17 –0.65 345 –195
Canarian Coalition (CC) 247,219 1.12 +0.04 429 +101
Canarian Coalition (CC)2 211,882 0.96 +0.28 372 +126
Canarian Initiative (ICAN) 21,140 0.10 –0.27 30 –47
Nationalist Canarian Centre (CCN) 10,915 0.05 New 19 +19
Independents of Gran Canaria (IGC) 3,282 0.01 –0.03 8 +3
Galician Nationalist Bloc (BNG) 208,098 0.94 +0.37 428 +187
Republican Left of Catalonia (ERC) 204,906 0.92 +0.43 525 +297
Popular Unity (HB) 184,742 0.83 –0.23 621 –80
Basque Solidarity (EA) 133,576 0.60 –0.10 406 +13
Valencian Union–Independents–Centrists (UV–FICVA–CCV) 129,759 0.59 –0.40 215 –120
Aragonese Party (PAR) 116,447 0.53 –0.15 1,050 –171
Andalusian Progress Party (PAP) 86,895 0.39 New 79 +79
Valencian People's UnionNationalist Bloc (UPV–BN) 84,462 0.38 +0.09 168 +76
Democratic and Social Centre (CDS) 81,560 0.37 –3.51 261 –2,678
Platform of Independents of Spain (PIE) 79,338 0.36 New 206 +206
Union for the Progress of Cantabria (UPCA) 41,628 0.19 –0.19 170 –115
Nationalists of the Balearic Islands (PSM–ENE) 40,246 0.18 +0.04 97 +31
Socialist Party of Majorca–Nationalists of Majorca (PSM–NM) 37,230 0.17 +0.06 91 +37
Socialist Party of Menorca–Nationalists of the Islands (PSM–NI)3 2,352 0.01 –0.01 6 –5
Nationalist and Ecologist Agreement (ENE) 664 0.00 –0.01 0 –1
Liberal Independent Group (GIL) 36,438 0.16 +0.05 43 +24
Leonese People's Union (UPL) 34,715 0.16 +0.11 138 +110
Regionalist Party of Cantabria (PRC) 33,221 0.15 +0.05 88 +19
Basque Citizen Initiative (ICV–Gorordo) 32,129 0.14 New 5 +5
Extremaduran Coalition (CEx)4 28,060 0.13 +0.05 139 +72
Aragonese Union (CHA) 27,648 0.12 +0.07 39 +23
Nationalist Canarian Platform (PCN) 26,956 0.12 +0.06 44 –10
Party of Gran Canaria (PGC) 14,018 0.06 New 2 +2
Party of Independents from Lanzarote (PIL) 10,493 0.05 ±0.00 31 –14
Independents of Fuerteventura (IF) 2,445 0.01 ±0.00 11 +2
Convergence of Democrats of Navarre (CDN) 24,186 0.11 New 42 +42
The Greens–Green Group (LV–GV) 23,415 0.11 New 1 +1
Alavese Unity (UA) 21,562 0.10 –0.01 37 –2
Federation of Independents of Catalonia (FIC) 19,718 0.09 New 177 +177
Majorcan Union (UM)5 18,713 0.08 +0.03 44 +23
Portuese Independents (IP) 16,522 0.07 +0.04 16 +8
The Greens (LV) 13,490 0.06 –0.38 4 –1
Asturianist Party (PAS)6 13,414 0.06 ±0.00 6 ±0
Andalusian Federation of Independents (FADI) 12,964 0.06 New 58 +58
Riojan Party (PR) 11,842 0.05 +0.01 103 +21
Galician Nationalist Convergence (CNG) 11,551 0.05 –0.23 21 –116
The Alternative Greens (LVA)7 11,519 0.05 –0.03 0 ±0
Coalition for Gran Canaria (CGC) 10,970 0.05 New 6 +6
Ávila Independent Group (AIAV) 10,547 0.05 New 115 +115
Independent Solution (SI) 10,310 0.05 –0.07 61 ±0
Regionalist Unity of Castile and León (URCL)8 10,004 0.05 +0.02 98 +62
Independent Socialists of Extremadura (SIEx) 9,361 0.04 New 37 +37
Independent Socialist Party (PSI) 8,067 0.04 +0.03 9 +6
Others 934,652 4.22 4,812 –631
Blank ballots 323,712 1.46 +0.33
Total 22,171,945 100.00 65,869 –439
Valid votes 22,171,945 99.32 +0.02
Invalid votes 152,907 0.68 –0.02
Votes cast / turnout 22,324,852 69.87 +7.09
Abstentions 9,628,960 30.13 –7.09
Registered voters 31,953,812
Sources[6][7]
Popular vote
PPUPN
35.27%
PSOEPSC
30.84%
IUIC
11.68%
CiUCDA–PNA
4.40%
EAJ/PNV
1.41%
PA
1.17%
CC
1.12%
BNG
0.94%
ERC
0.92%
HB
0.83%
EA
0.60%
UV–FICVA–CCV
0.59%
PAR
0.53%
Others
8.24%
Blank ballots
1.46%

City control[edit]

The following table lists party control in provincial capitals, as well as in municipalities above or around 75,000.[8] Gains for a party are highlighted in that party's colour.

Municipality Population Previous control New control
A Coruña 255,087 Spanish Socialist Workers' Party (PSOE) Spanish Socialist Workers' Party (PSOE)
Albacete 141,179 Spanish Socialist Workers' Party (PSOE) People's Party (PP)
Alcalá de Henares 166,250 Spanish Socialist Workers' Party (PSOE) People's Party (PP)
Alcobendas 83,990 Spanish Socialist Workers' Party (PSOE) Spanish Socialist Workers' Party (PSOE)
Alcorcón 103,787 Spanish Socialist Workers' Party (PSOE) Spanish Socialist Workers' Party (PSOE)
Algeciras 102,079 Spanish Socialist Workers' Party (PSOE) Andalusian Progress Party (PAP) (PA in 1996)
Alicante 274,964 Spanish Socialist Workers' Party (PSOE) People's Party (PP)
Almería 167,361 Spanish Socialist Workers' Party (PSOE) People's Party (PP)
Ávila 49,639 People's Party (PP) People's Party (PP)
Avilés 88,570 Spanish Socialist Workers' Party (PSOE) People's Party (PP)
Badajoz 130,153 Spanish Socialist Workers' Party (PSOE) People's Party (PP)
Badalona 219,340 Socialists' Party of Catalonia (PSC–PSOE) Socialists' Party of Catalonia (PSC–PSOE)
Barakaldo 103,594 Spanish Socialist Workers' Party (PSOE) Spanish Socialist Workers' Party (PSOE)
Barcelona 1,630,867 Socialists' Party of Catalonia (PSC–PSOE) Socialists' Party of Catalonia (PSC–PSOE)
Bilbao 371,876 Basque Nationalist Party (EAJ/PNV) Basque Nationalist Party (EAJ/PNV)
Burgos 166,251 People's Party (PP) People's Party (PP)
Cáceres 80,235 Spanish Socialist Workers' Party (PSOE) People's Party (PP)
Cádiz 155,438 Spanish Socialist Workers' Party (PSOE) People's Party (PP)
Cartagena 179,659 Spanish Socialist Workers' Party (PSOE) People's Party (PP)
Castellón de la Plana 139,094 People's Party (PP) People's Party (PP)
Ciudad Real 62,072 Spanish Socialist Workers' Party (PSOE) People's Party (PP)
Córdoba 315,948 United Left (IU) People's Party (PP)
Cornellà de Llobregat 84,142 Socialists' Party of Catalonia (PSC–PSOE) Socialists' Party of Catalonia (PSC–PSOE)
Coslada 79,240 United Left (IU) United Left (IU)
Cuenca 44,960 Spanish Socialist Workers' Party (PSOE) People's Party (PP)
Dos Hermanas 82,814 Spanish Socialist Workers' Party (PSOE) Spanish Socialist Workers' Party (PSOE)
Elche 191,305 Spanish Socialist Workers' Party (PSOE) Spanish Socialist Workers' Party (PSOE)
Ferrol 85,692 Spanish Socialist Workers' Party (PSOE) People's Party (PP)
Fuenlabrada 158,212 Spanish Socialist Workers' Party (PSOE) Spanish Socialist Workers' Party (PSOE)
Getafe 144,368 Spanish Socialist Workers' Party (PSOE) Spanish Socialist Workers' Party (PSOE)
Getxo 83,466 Basque Nationalist Party (EAJ/PNV) Basque Nationalist Party (EAJ/PNV)
Gijón 269,644 Spanish Socialist Workers' Party (PSOE) Spanish Socialist Workers' Party (PSOE)
Girona 72,333 Socialists' Party of Catalonia (PSC–PSOE) Socialists' Party of Catalonia (PSC–PSOE)
Granada 271,180 Spanish Socialist Workers' Party (PSOE) People's Party (PP)
Guadalajara 67,401 People's Party (PP) People's Party (PP)
Huelva 145,049 Spanish Socialist Workers' Party (PSOE) People's Party (PP)
Huesca 45,515 Spanish Socialist Workers' Party (PSOE) Aragonese Party (PAR) (PP in 1997)
Jaén 112,772 Spanish Socialist Workers' Party (PSOE) People's Party (PP)
Jerez de la Frontera 186,273 Andalusian Progress Party (PAP) Andalusian Progress Party (PAP) (PA in 1996)
L'Hospitalet de Llobregat 266,642 Socialists' Party of Catalonia (PSC–PSOE) Socialists' Party of Catalonia (PSC–PSOE)
Las Palmas 371,787 Spanish Socialist Workers' Party (PSOE) People's Party (PP)
Leganés 178,162 Spanish Socialist Workers' Party (PSOE) Spanish Socialist Workers' Party (PSOE)
León 147,311 People's Party (PP) People's Party (PP)
Lleida 114,234 Socialists' Party of Catalonia (PSC–PSOE) Socialists' Party of Catalonia (PSC–PSOE)
Logroño 124,823 Spanish Socialist Workers' Party (PSOE) People's Party (PP)
Lugo 87,305 People's Party (PP) People's Party (PP)
Madrid 3,041,101 People's Party (PP) People's Party (PP)
Málaga 531,443 Spanish Socialist Workers' Party (PSOE) People's Party (PP)
Marbella 86,013 Liberal Independent Group (GIL) Liberal Independent Group (GIL)
Mataró 102,117 Socialists' Party of Catalonia (PSC–PSOE) Socialists' Party of Catalonia (PSC–PSOE)
Móstoles 199,141 Spanish Socialist Workers' Party (PSOE) Spanish Socialist Workers' Party (PSOE)
Murcia 341,531 Spanish Socialist Workers' Party (PSOE) People's Party (PP)
Ourense 108,547 Spanish Socialist Workers' Party (PSOE) People's Party (PP)
Oviedo 201,712 People's Party (PP) People's Party (PP)
Palencia 79,561 Spanish Socialist Workers' Party (PSOE) People's Party (PP)
Palma 322,008 People's Party (PP) People's Party (PP)
Pamplona 182,465 Navarrese People's Union (UPN) Convergence of Democrats of Navarre (CDN)
Pontevedra 76,461 People's Party (PP) People's Party (PP)
Reus 90,059 Socialists' Party of Catalonia (PSC–PSOE) Socialists' Party of Catalonia (PSC–PSOE)
Sabadell 189,006 Initiative for Catalonia (IC) Initiative for Catalonia (IC)
Salamanca 167,382 Spanish Socialist Workers' Party (PSOE) People's Party (PP)
San Cristóbal de La Laguna 125,183 Canarian Coalition (CC) Canarian Coalition (CC)
San Fernando 87,588 Andalusian Party (PA) Andalusian Party (PA)
San Sebastián 177,929 Spanish Socialist Workers' Party (PSOE) Spanish Socialist Workers' Party (PSOE)
Sant Boi de Llobregat 79,594 Socialists' Party of Catalonia (PSC–PSOE) Socialists' Party of Catalonia (PSC–PSOE)
Santa Coloma de Gramenet 131,764 Socialists' Party of Catalonia (PSC–PSOE) Socialists' Party of Catalonia (PSC–PSOE)
Santa Cruz de Tenerife 203,929 Canarian Coalition (CC) Canarian Coalition (CC)
Santander 194,822 People's Party (PP) People's Party (PP)
Santiago de Compostela 93,398 Spanish Socialist Workers' Party (PSOE) Spanish Socialist Workers' Party (PSOE)
Segovia 55,372 People's Party (PP) People's Party (PP)
Seville 714,148 Andalusian Party (PA) People's Party (PP)
Soria 33,317 People's Party (PP) People's Party (PP)
Talavera de la Reina 75,138 Spanish Socialist Workers' Party (PSOE) People's Party (PP)
Tarragona 114,630 Convergence and Union (CiU) Convergence and Union (CiU)
Telde 84,078 Canarian Coalition (CC) Canarian Coalition (CC)
Terrassa 161,428 Socialists' Party of Catalonia (PSC–PSOE) Socialists' Party of Catalonia (PSC–PSOE)
Teruel 29,971 Aragonese Party (PAR) People's Party (PP)
Toledo 64,040 Spanish Socialist Workers' Party (PSOE) People's Party (PP)
Torrejón de Ardoz 87,219 Spanish Socialist Workers' Party (PSOE) People's Party (PP) (PSOE in 1997)
Valencia 764,293 People's Party (PP) People's Party (PP)
Valladolid 336,917 Spanish Socialist Workers' Party (PSOE) People's Party (PP)
Vigo 288,573 Spanish Socialist Workers' Party (PSOE) People's Party (PP)
Vitoria-Gasteiz 214,148 Basque Nationalist Party (EAJ/PNV) Basque Nationalist Party (EAJ/PNV)
Zamora 65,885 Spanish Socialist Workers' Party (PSOE) People's Party (PP)
Zaragoza 606,620 Spanish Socialist Workers' Party (PSOE) People's Party (PP)

Provincial deputations[edit]

Summary[edit]

Provincial deputy share for different parties in the elections.

  PP (44.87%)
  PSOEPSC (38.10%)
  IUIC (6.58%)
  CiUCDA–PNA (6.19%)
  BNG (1.06%)
  PAR (1.06%)
  PA (0.58%)
  PAP (0.48%)
  GIL (0.29%)
  ERC (0.19%)
  UPL (0.19%)
  UV–FICVA–CCV (0.10%)
  Other (0.31%)
Summary of the 28 May 1995 provincial deputations election results
Parties and coalitions Seats
Total +/−
People's Party (PP) 464 +127
Spanish Socialist Workers' Party and allies (PSOEPSC) 394 –130
United Left and allies (IUIC) 68 +32
Convergence and Union and allies (CiUCDA–PNA) 64 –4
Galician Nationalist Bloc (BNG) 11 +8
Aragonese Party (PAR) 11 –4
Andalusian Party (PA) 6 –9
Andalusian Progress Party (PAP) 5 +5
Liberal Independent Group (GIL) 3 +1
Republican Left of Catalonia (ERC) 2 +2
Leonese People's Union (UPL) 2 +1
Valencian Union–Independents–Centrists (UV–FICVA–CCV) 1 –3
Others 3 –24
Total 1,034 +2
Sources[2]

Deputation control[edit]

The following table lists party control in provincial deputations.[2] Gains for a party are highlighted in that party's colour.

Province Previous control New control
A Coruña Spanish Socialist Workers' Party (PSOE) People's Party (PP)
Albacete Spanish Socialist Workers' Party (PSOE) People's Party (PP)
Alicante Spanish Socialist Workers' Party (PSOE) People's Party (PP)
Almería Spanish Socialist Workers' Party (PSOE) People's Party (PP)
Ávila People's Party (PP) People's Party (PP)
Badajoz Spanish Socialist Workers' Party (PSOE) Spanish Socialist Workers' Party (PSOE)
Barcelona Socialists' Party of Catalonia (PSC–PSOE) Socialists' Party of Catalonia (PSC–PSOE)
Burgos People's Party (PP) People's Party (PP)
Cáceres Spanish Socialist Workers' Party (PSOE) Spanish Socialist Workers' Party (PSOE)
Cádiz Spanish Socialist Workers' Party (PSOE) Spanish Socialist Workers' Party (PSOE)
Castellón Spanish Socialist Workers' Party (PSOE) People's Party (PP)
Ciudad Real Spanish Socialist Workers' Party (PSOE) People's Party (PP)
Córdoba Spanish Socialist Workers' Party (PSOE) Spanish Socialist Workers' Party (PSOE)
Cuenca Spanish Socialist Workers' Party (PSOE) People's Party (PP)
Girona Convergence and Union (CiU) Convergence and Union (CiU)
Granada Spanish Socialist Workers' Party (PSOE) Spanish Socialist Workers' Party (PSOE)
Guadalajara People's Party (PP) People's Party (PP)
Huelva Spanish Socialist Workers' Party (PSOE) Spanish Socialist Workers' Party (PSOE)
Huesca Spanish Socialist Workers' Party (PSOE) People's Party (PP)
Jaén Spanish Socialist Workers' Party (PSOE) Spanish Socialist Workers' Party (PSOE)
León Spanish Socialist Workers' Party (PSOE) People's Party (PP)
Lleida Convergence and Union (CiU) Convergence and Union (CiU)
Lugo People's Party (PP) People's Party (PP)
Málaga Spanish Socialist Workers' Party (PSOE) People's Party (PP)
Ourense People's Party (PP) People's Party (PP)
Palencia People's Party (PP) People's Party (PP)
Pontevedra People's Party (PP) People's Party (PP)
Salamanca Independent (INDEP) People's Party (PP)
Segovia People's Party (PP) People's Party (PP)
Seville Spanish Socialist Workers' Party (PSOE) Spanish Socialist Workers' Party (PSOE)
Soria People's Party (PP) People's Party (PP)
Tarragona Convergence and Union (CiU) Convergence and Union (CiU)
Teruel People's Party (PP) People's Party (PP)
Toledo Spanish Socialist Workers' Party (PSOE) People's Party (PP)
Valencia Spanish Socialist Workers' Party (PSOE) People's Party (PP)
Valladolid People's Party (PP) People's Party (PP)
Zamora People's Party (PP) People's Party (PP)
Zaragoza Spanish Socialist Workers' Party (PSOE) People's Party (PP)

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ Data for IUIC in the 1991 elections, not including ICAN results.
  2. ^ Aggregated data for PSOE and EE in the 1991 elections.

References[edit]

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