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13th Congress of Deputies

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13th Congress of Deputies
12th 14th
Congreso de los Diputados (España) 14.jpg
Overview
Meeting placePalacio de las Cortes
Term21 May 2019 (2019-05-21) –
Election28 April 2019
GovernmentSánchez
Websitecongreso.es
Deputies
Spanish Congress of Deputies election, 2019 result.svg
Members350
PresidentMeritxell Batet (PSOE)
First Vice-PresidentGloria Elizo (UP)
Second Vice-PresidentAlfonso Rodríguez (PSOE)
Third Vice-PresidentAna Pastor (PP)
Fourth Vice-PresidentIgnacio Prendes (Cs)
First SecretaryGerardo Pisarello (ECP)
Second SecretarySofía Hernanz (PSOE)
Third SecretaryAdolfo Suárez (PP)
Fourth SecretaryPatricia Reyes (Cs)

The 13th Congress of Deputies is the current meeting of the Congress of Deputies, the lower house of the Spanish Cortes Generales, with the membership determined by the results of the general election held on 28 April 2019. The congress met for the first time on 21 May 2019. According to the Constitution of Spain the maximum legislative term of the congress is 4 years from the preceding election.

Election

The 13th Spanish general election was held on 28 April 2019. At the election the Spanish Socialist Workers' Party (PSOE) became the largest party in the Congress of Deputies for the first time since 2011 but fell short of a majority.[1][2]

Alliance Votes % Seats +/–
Spanish Socialist Workers' Party 7,480,755 28.68% 123 Increase38
People's Party 4,356,023 16.70% 66 Decrease69
Citizens 4,136,600 15.86% 57 Increase25
Unidos PodemosEn Comú Podem 3,732,929 14.31% 42 Decrease29
Vox 2,677,173 10.26% 24 Increase24
Republican Left of Catalonia–Sovereigntists
Republican Left of the Valencian Country
1,019,558 3.91% 15 Increase6
Junts per Catalunya 497,638 1.91% 7 Decrease1
Basque Nationalist Party 394,627 1.51% 6 Increase1
Others/blanks 1,790,338 6.86% 10 Increase5
Total 26,085,641 100.00% 350 Steady

History

The new congress met for the first time on 21 May 2019 and after two rounds of voting Meritxell Batet (PSOE) was elected as President of the Congress of Deputies with the support of the Unidos Podemos–En Comú Podem (UP–ECP) and various nationalist and regionalist parties.[3][4]

Other members of the Bureau of the Congress of Deputies were also elected on 21 May 2019: Gloria Elizo (UP), First Vice-President; Alfonso Rodríguez (PSOE), Second Vice-President; Ana Pastor (PP), Third Vice-President; Ignacio Prendes (Cs), Fourth Vice-President; Gerardo Pisarello (ECP), First Secretary; Sofía Hernanz (PSOE), Second Secretary; Adolfo Suárez (PP), Third Secretary; and Patricia Reyes (Cs), Fourth Secretary.[5]

Government

In July 2019 caretaker Prime Minister Pedro Sánchez (POSE) failed to secure the necessary votes in congress to form a government after the failure of coalition talks with UP–ECP.[11][12]

Alliance Prime Minister
Pedro Sánchez (PSOE)
Votes
Round 1[13][14]
23 July 2019
Round 2[15][16]
25 July 2019
For Against Abstain Susp. Total For Against Abstain Susp. Total
PSOE 123 0 0 0 123 123 0 0 0 123
PP 0 66 0 0 66 0 66 0 0 66
Cs 0 57 0 0 57 0 57 0 0 57
UPECP 0 1 41 0 42 0 0 42 0 42
Vox 0 24 0 0 24 0 24 0 0 24
ERC–SobERPV 0 14 0 1 15 0 0 14 1 15
JxCat 0 4 0 3 7 0 4 0 3 7
EAJ–PNV 0 0 6 0 6 0 0 6 0 6
EH Bildu 0 0 4 0 4 0 0 4 0 4
CCaPNC 0 2 0 0 2 0 2 0 0 2
NA+ 0 2 0 0 2 0 2 0 0 2
Compromís 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 1 0 1
PRC 1 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 1
Total 124 170 52 4 350 124 155 67 4 350

Deaths, disqualifications, resignations and suspensions

The 13th congress has seen the following deaths, disqualifications, resignations and suspensions:

Members

Name Constituency No. Party Alliance Group Took office Left office Notes
José Luis Ábalos Valencia 1 PSPV PSOE Socialists 8 May 2019
Santiago Abascal Madrid 1 Vox Vox 14 May 2019
José Aceves Segovia 1 PSCyL PSOE Socialists 9 May 2019
María Adán Jaén 1 Cs Cs Citizens 13 May 2019
Joseba Andoni Agirretxea Gipuzkoa 1 EAJ–PNV Basque 14 May 2019
Mertxe Aizpurua Gipuzkoa 1 EH Bildu Mixed 14 May 2019
Javier Alfonso León 1 PSCyL PSOE Socialists 7 May 2019
Agustín Almodóbar Alicante 3 PPCV PP People's 8 May 2019
María Luisa Alonso La Rioja 1 Cs Cs Citizens 13 May 2019
María Olga Alonso Pontevedra 1 PSdeG PSOE Socialists 9 May 2019
Jaume Alonso-Cuevillas Girona 1 Independent JxCat Mixed 16 May 2019
Cayetana Álvarez de Toledo Barcelona 1 PPC PP People's 17 May 2019
Carmen Andrés Barcelona 7 PSC PSOE Socialists 9 May 2019
Josefa Andrés Valencia 4 PSPV PSOE Socialists 10 May 2019
Javier Antón Soria 1 PSCyL PSOE Socialists 8 May 2019
Francisco Aranda Barcelona 6 PSC PSOE Socialists 9 May 2019
Pablo Arangüena A Coruña 2 PSdeG PSOE Socialists 13 May 2019
Inés Arrimadas Barcelona 1 Cs Cs Citizens 16 May 2019
María Arteaga Albacete 1 Independent Cs Citizens 13 May 2019
Jaume Asens Barcelona 1 BEC ECP UP–ECP–GEC[a] 14 May 2019
Edmundo Bal Madrid 4 Independent Cs Citizens 8 May 2019
Joan Baldoví Valencia 1 BLOC Compromís Mixed 20 May 2019
Iñigo Barandiaran Gipuzkoa 2 EAJ–PNV Basque 14 May 2019
José Bartolomé Zamora 1 Cs Cs Citizens 13 May 2019
Montserrat Bassa Girona 1 ERC ERC–Sob Republican 16 May 2019
Meritxell Batet Barcelona 1 PSC PSOE Socialists 9 May 2019 President.
Ione Belarra Navarre 1 Podemos UP UP–ECP–GEC[a] 13 May 2019
Ana Beltrán Madrid 5 PPCM PP People's 14 May 2019
Laura Berja Jaén 2 PSOE–A PSOE Socialists 7 May 2019
José Antonio Bermúdez Salamanca 1 PPCyL PP People's 16 May 2019
Vicente Betoret Valencia 2 PPCV PP People's 7 May 2019
María del Mar Blanco Madrid 9 PPCM PP People's 17 May 2019
María Isabel Blanco Zamora 1 PPCyL PP People's 17 May 2019 17 July 2019 Replaced by Elvira Velasco.
Patricia Blanquer Alicante 2 PSPV PSOE Socialists 8 May 2019
María Jesús Bonilla Cuenca 2 PPCM PP People's 12 June 2019 Replaces Rafael Catalá.
Laura Borràs Barcelona 2 Independent JxCat Mixed 17 May 2019
Isabel María Borrego Murcia 2 PPRM PP People's 9 May 2019
Ana Botella Valencia 2 PSPV PSOE Socialists 10 May 2019
Eva Bravo Cádiz 2 PSOE–A PSOE Socialists 16 May 2019
Eva Bueno Seville 5 PSOE–A PSOE Socialists 20 May 2019
Helena Caballero Valladolid 2 PSCyL PSOE Socialists 8 May 2019
Tomás Cabezón Soria 1 PPCyL PP People's 7 May 2019
María Calderón Badajoz 1 Cs Cs Citizens 13 May 2019
María Calva Cantabria 2 PSC PSOE Socialists 10 May 2019
Carmen Calvo Madrid 2 PSOE–M PSOE Socialists 13 May 2019
Eduardo Calvo Segovia 1 Independent Cs Citizens 14 May 2019
Pablo Cambronero Seville 1 Cs Cs Citizens 17 May 2019
Juan Carlos Campo Cádiz 3 PSOE–A PSOE Socialists 14 May 2019
Mariana Canales Cuenca 2 PSCM PSOE Socialists 6 May 2019
Pilar Cancela A Coruña 1 PSdeG PSOE Socialists 9 May 2019
Laia Cañigueral Girona 3 ERC ERC–Sob Republican 16 May 2019
Francisco Javier Cano Cádiz 2 Cs Cs Citizens 13 May 2019
Zaida Cantera Madrid 9 PSOE–M PSOE Socialists 8 May 2019
Joan Capdevila Barcelona 8 ERC ERC–Sob Republican 16 May 2019
María Luisa Carcedo Asturias 2 FSA PSOE Socialists 14 May 2019
Beatriz Carrillo Seville 3 PSOE–A PSOE Socialists 6 May 2019
Pablo Casado Madrid 1 PPCM PP People's 20 May 2019
Alberto Casero Cáceres 1 PPE PP People's 10 May 2019
Sofía Castañón Asturias 1 Podemos UP UP–ECP–GEC[a] 17 May 2019
Rafael Catalá Cuenca 1 PPCM PP People's 20 May 2019 31 May 2019 Replaced by María Jesús Bonilla.
Isabel Celaá Álava 1 PSE–EE PSOE Socialists 16 May 2019
Santos Cerdán Navarre 1 PSN PSOE Socialists 14 May 2019
Ricardo Chamorro Ciudad Real 1 Vox Vox 17 May 2019
Óscar Clavell Castellón 1 PPCV PP People's 13 May 2019
Luis Clemente Cantabria 1 PSC PSOE Socialists 10 May 2019
Magdalena Contestí Balearic Islands 1 Vox Vox 17 May 2019
Beatriz Corredor Madrid 8 PSOE–M PSOE Socialists 16 May 2019
Ismael Cortés Tarragona 1 ECP UP–ECP–GEC[a] 13 May 2019
Juan José Cortés Huelva 1 PPA PP People's 9 May 2019
Rafaela Crespín Córdoba 2 PSOE–A PSOE Socialists 16 May 2019
María Cruz-Guzmán Seville 2 PPA PP People's 14 May 2019
Juan Cuatrecasas La Rioja 2 PSR PSOE Socialists 17 May 2019
Maria Dantas Barcelona 5 ERC ERC–Sob Republican 16 May 2019
Francisco de la Torre Madrid 6 Cs Cs Citizens 10 May 2019
Sergio del Campo Tarragona 1 Cs Cs Citizens 8 May 2019
Celso Luis Delgado Ourense 2 PPdeG PP People's 8 May 2019
Dolores Delgado Madrid 5 PSOE–M PSOE Socialists 8 May 2019
Juan Antonio Delgado Cádiz 2 Podemos UP UP–ECP–GEC[a] 10 May 2019
María del Moral Jaén 1 PPA PP People's 9 May 2019
Rocío de Meer Almería 1 Vox Vox 16 May 2019
Jaime Eduardo de Olano Lugo 1 PPdeG PP People's 13 May 2019
Fernando de Páramo Barcelona 4 Cs Cs Citizens 16 May 2019
Marcos de Quinto Madrid 2 Independent Cs Citizens 10 May 2019
Guillermo Díaz Málaga 1 Cs Cs Citizens 13 May 2019
Yolanda Díaz Pontevedra 1 EU UP UP–ECP–GEC[a] 16 May 2019
Luc Diouf Las Palmas 2 PSC PSOE Socialists 14 May 2019
María Domínguez Cáceres 1 Cs Cs Citizens 13 May 2019
Pedro Duque Alicante 1 Independent PSOE Socialists 14 May 2019
José Durán Málaga 3 PSOE–A PSOE Socialists 7 May 2019
José Echániz Madrid 8 PPCM PP People's 17 May 2019
Pablo Echenique Zaragoza 1 Podemos UP UP–ECP–GEC[a] 9 May 2019
Gloria Elizo Madrid 4 Podemos UP UP–ECP–GEC[a] 9 May 2019 First Vice-President.
Odón Elorza Gipuzkoa 1 PSE–EE PSOE Socialists 14 May 2019
Xavier Eritja Lleida 1 ERC ERC–Sob Republican 16 May 2019
Beatriz Escudero Segovia 1 PPCyL PP People's 8 May 2019
Carolina España Málaga 2 PPA PP People's 14 May 2019
José Espejo-Saavedra Barcelona 3 Cs Cs Citizens 13 May 2019
Iván Espinosa de los Monteros Madrid 3 Vox Vox 16 May 2019
Aitor Esteban Biscay 1 EAJ–PNV Basque 14 May 2019
Cristina Esteban Valencia 2 Vox Vox 16 May 2019
María Faneca Huelva 1 PSOE–A PSOE Socialists 8 May 2019
Andrea Fernández León 2 PSCyL PSOE Socialists 7 May 2019
Belén Fernández Cáceres 1 PSOE–E PSOE Socialists 8 May 2019
Blanca Fernández Ciudad Real 1 PSCM PSOE Socialists 9 May 2019 8 July 2019 Replaced by Cristina López.
Justo Fernández León 1 Cs Cs Citizens 10 May 2019
Pedro Fernández Zaragoza 1 Vox Vox 17 May 2019
Francisco Fernández-Bravo Ciudad Real 1 Cs Cs Citizens 10 May 2019
Sonia Ferrer Almería 2 PSOE–A PSOE Socialists 16 May 2019
José Figaredo Asturias 1 Vox Vox 16 May 2019
Isabel Franco Seville 2 Podemos UP UP–ECP–GEC[a] 16 May 2019
José Manuel Franco Madrid 3 PSOE–M PSOE Socialists 9 May 2019
Maria Freixanet Barcelona 6 ICV ECP UP–ECP–GEC[a] 14 May 2019
Diego Gago Pontevedra 2 PPdeG PP People's 16 May 2019
Cuca Gamarra La Rioja 1 PPR PP People's 16 May 2019
Miguel Ángel Garaulet Murcia 1 Cs Cs Citizens 13 May 2019
Mario Garcés Huesca 1 PPA PP People's 10 May 2019
Alejandro García Huelva 1 Podemos UP UP–ECP–GEC[a] 13 May 2019
Alicia García Ávila 1 PPCyL PP People's 13 May 2019
Carlos García Navarre 2 UPN NA+ Mixed 13 May 2019
Eva García Málaga 2 IU UP UP–ECP–GEC[a] 20 May 2019
Isabel García Valladolid 1 PPCyL PP People's 20 May 2019
Javier García Almería 1 PPA PP People's 8 May 2019
Joaquín María García Lugo 2 PPdeG PP People's 13 May 2019
Maribel García Badajoz 2 PSOE–E PSOE Socialists 9 May 2019
María Montserrat García A Coruña 3 PSdeG PSOE Socialists 9 May 2019
Maria del Mar Garcia Barcelona 3 Podemos ECP UP–ECP–GEC[a] 20 May 2019
Roberto García Asturias 3 FSA PSOE Socialists 17 May 2019
Teodoro García Murcia 1 PPRM PP People's 20 May 2019
Valentín García Badajoz 1 PSOE–E PSOE Socialists 13 May 2019
María José García-Pelayo Cádiz 1 PPA PP People's 9 May 2019
Pilar Garrido Gipuzkoa 1 Podemos UP UP–ECP–GEC[a] 10 May 2019
Ignacio Garriga Barcelona 1 Vox Vox 17 May 2019
Alberto Garzón Málaga 1 CPA UP UP–ECP–GEC[a] 20 May 2019
Paloma Gázquez Asturias 1 PPA PP People's 7 May 2019
Ignacio Gil Valencia 1 Vox Vox 17 May 2019
Laura Giménez Madrid 3 Independent Cs Citizens 9 May 2019
Juan Carlos Girauta Toledo 1 Cs Cs Citizens 14 May 2019
Héctor Gómez Santa Cruz de Tenerife 1 PSC PSOE Socialists 14 May 2019
Marcial Gómez Córdoba 1 Cs Cs Citizens 13 May 2019
Rodrigo Gómez Zaragoza 1 Cs Cs Citizens 14 May 2019
Rubén Gómez Cantabria 1 Cs Cs Citizens 13 May 2019
Gerard Gómez del Moral Barcelona 6 ERC ERC–Sob Republican 20 May 2019
Antonio Gómez-Reino A Coruña 1 Podemos UP UP–ECP–GEC[a] 17 May 2019
Antonio Pablo González Madrid 7 PPCM PP People's 13 May 2019
Ariagona González Las Palmas 3 PSC PSOE Socialists 14 May 2019
Manuel González Albacete 1 PSCM PSOE Socialists 8 May 2019
María del Carmen González León 1 PPCyL PP People's 9 May 2019
María Guadalupe González Santa Cruz de Tenerife 2 CCa CCaPNC Mixed 8 May 2019
Marta González A Coruña 1 PPdeG PP People's 8 May 2019
Miguel González Ciudad Real 2 PSCM PSOE Socialists 9 May 2019
Josune Gorospe Biscay 3 EAJ–PNV Basque 14 May 2019
Miren Gorrotxategi Biscay 2 Podemos UP UP–ECP–GEC[a] 10 May 2019
Fernando Grande-Marlaska Cádiz 1 PSOE–A PSOE Socialists 16 May 2019
Inés Granollers Lleida 2 ERC ERC–Sob Republican 16 May 2019
Sònia Guerra Barcelona 9 PSC PSOE Socialists 9 May 2019
María Guijarro Biscay 2 PSE–EE PSOE Socialists 13 May 2019
Txema Guijarro Alicante 1 Podemos UP UP–ECP–GEC[a] 14 May 2019
Lourdes Guillén Huesca 1 Cs Cs Citizens 13 May 2019
Lídia Guinart Barcelona 5 PSC PSOE Socialists 9 May 2019
José Guirao Almería 1 PSOE–A PSOE Socialists 14 May 2019
Fernando Gutiérrez Melilla 1 PP PP People's 8 May 2019
Miguel Ángel Gutiérrez Madrid 7 Cs Cs Citizens 8 May 2019
Sergio Gutiérrez Toledo 1 PSCM PSOE Socialists 13 May 2019
Carlos Hermoso Huelva 1 Cs Cs Citizens 13 May 2019
Manuel Hernández Ávila 1 Cs Cs Citizens 13 May 2019
María del Carmen Hernández Las Palmas 2 PPC PP People's 16 May 2019
Roberto Hernández Madrid 8 Cs Cs Citizens 13 May 2019
Sofía Hernanz Balearic Islands 2 PSIB PSOE Socialists 14 May 2019 Second Secretary.
José Alberto Herrero Teruel 1 PPA PP People's 9 May 2019
Francisco Hervías Granada 1 Cs Cs Citizens 14 May 2019
Pedro Honrubia Granada 1 Podemos UP UP–ECP–GEC[a] 14 May 2019
Belén Hoyo Valencia 1 PPCV PP People's 16 May 2019
Pablo Iglesias Madrid 1 Podemos UP UP–ECP–GEC[a] 17 May 2019
Héctor Illueca Valencia 1 Podemos UP UP–ECP–GEC[a] 14 May 2019
Jon Iñarritu Gipuzkoa 2 EH Bildu Mixed 14 May 2019
José Izquierdoz Valladolid 1 PSCyL PSOE Socialists 7 May 2019
Teresa Jiménez-Becerril Seville 1 PPA PP People's 16 May 2019
Antonia Jover Balearic Islands 1 Podemos UP UP–ECP–GEC[a] 17 May 2019
María Sandra Juliá Castellón 1 Cs Cs Citizens 13 May 2019
Oriol Junqueras Barcelona 1 ERC ERC–Sob Mixed 20 May 2019 Suspended since 24 May 2019.
Marc Lamuà Girona 1 PSC PSOE Socialists 9 May 2019
Adriana Lastra Asturias 1 FSA PSOE Socialists 8 May 2019
Isaura Leal Madrid 11 PSOE–M PSOE Socialists 9 May 2019
Mikel Legarda Álava 1 EAJ–PNV Basque 14 May 2019
Fuensanta Lima Málaga 2 PSOE–A PSOE Socialists 7 May 2019
Cristina López Ciudad Real 3 PSCM PSOE Socialists 15 July 2019 Replaces Blanca Fernández.
Ignacio López Málaga 1 PSOE–A PSOE Socialists 8 May 2019
Patxi López Biscay 1 PSE–EE PSOE Socialists 13 May 2019
Sonsoles López Lugo 2 PSdeG PSOE Socialists 9 May 2019
Ignacio López-Bas Alicante 2 Cs Cs Citizens 13 May 2019
Juan López de Uralde Álava 1 Equo UP UP–ECP–GEC[a] 10 May 2019
Andrés Lorite Córdoba 1 PPA PP People's 10 May 2019
Roser Maestro Valencia 2 EUPV UP UP–ECP–GEC[a] 8 May 2019
Elena Máñez Las Palmas 1 PSC PSOE Socialists 16 May 2019
Milagros Marcos Palencia 1 PPCyL PP People's 9 May 2019
Joan Margall Girona 2 ERC ERC–Sob Republican 16 May 2019
Pau Marí-Klose Zaragoza 2 PSA PSOE Socialists 16 May 2019
Guillermo Mariscal Las Palmas 1 PPC PP People's 9 May 2019
Manuel Mariscal Toledo 1 Vox Vox 16 May 2019
Reyes Maroto Madrid 6 PSOE–M PSOE Socialists 13 May 2019
María Márquez Seville 1 Podemos UP UP–ECP–GEC[a] 14 May 2019
María Marra Pontevedra 3 PSdeG PSOE Socialists 9 May 2019
María Marrodán La Rioja 1 PSR PSOE Socialists 17 May 2019
Marta Martín Alicante 1 Cs Cs Citizens 13 May 2019
José Martínez Murcia 2 Cs Cs Citizens 13 May 2019
María del Carmen Martínez Cádiz 1 Independent Cs Citizens 17 May 2019
María Luz Martínez Palencia 1 PSCyL PSOE Socialists 9 May 2019
María Valentina Martínez A Coruña 3 PPdeG PP People's 9 May 2019
Juan José Matarí Almería 2 PPA PP People's 8 May 2019
Oskar Matute Biscay 1 Alternatiba EH Bildu Mixed 14 May 2019
Soraya Mayo Valladolid 1 Independent Cs Citizens 9 May 2019
Rafael Mayoral Madrid 5 Podemos UP UP–ECP–GEC[a] 13 May 2019
José Mazón Cantabria 1 PRC Mixed 9 May 2019
Guillermo Antonio Meijón Pontevedra 2 PSdeG PSOE Socialists 9 May 2019
Carina Mejías Barcelona 5 Cs Cs Citizens 15 July 2019 Replaces Toni Roldán.
Joan Miquel Mena Barcelona 5 EUiA ECP UP–ECP–GEC[a] 13 May 2019
Lourdes Méndez Murcia 1 Vox Vox 9 May 2019
Joan Mesquida Balearic Islands 1 Independent Cs Citizens 7 May 2019
Manuel Mestre Alicante 1 Vox Vox 17 May 2019
María Virginia Millán Seville 2 Cs Cs Citizens 14 May 2019
Montserrat Mínguez Lleida 1 PSC PSOE Socialists 9 May 2019
Sergi Miquel Girona 2 PDeCAT JxCat Mixed 8 May 2019
José Mirón Salamanca 1 Cs Cs Citizens 13 May 2019
María Sandra Moneo Burgos 1 PPCyL PP People's 16 May 2019
Irene Montero Madrid 2 Podemos UP UP–ECP–GEC[a] 14 May 2019
María Jesús Montero Seville 1 PSOE–A PSOE Socialists 17 May 2019
Macarena Montesinos Alicante 2 PPCV PP People's 16 May 2019
Pablo Montesinos Málaga 1 Independent PP People's 14 May 2019
José Montilla Granada 1 PSOE–A PSOE Socialists 13 May 2019
Tristana Moraleja A Coruña 2 PPdeG PP People's 8 May 2019
Joaquín Moreno Teruel 1 Cs Cs Citizens 13 May 2019
Pau Morlà Balearic Islands 3 PSIB PSOE Socialists 6 May 2019
María Jesús Moro Salamanca 2 PPCyL PP People's 8 May 2019
Diego Movellán Cantabria 1 PPC PP People's 6 May 2019
María Moya Valencia 3 Cs Cs Citizens 10 May 2019
Lucía Muñoz Balearic Islands 2 Podemos UP UP–ECP–GEC[a] 17 May 2019
María Muñoz Valencia 1 Cs Cs Citizens 13 May 2019
Aurora Nacarino-Brabo Burgos 1 Cs Cs Citizens 13 May 2019
María Narváez Málaga 4 PSOE–A PSOE Socialists 8 May 2019
Begoña Nasarre Huesca 1 PSA PSOE Socialists 13 May 2019
María Carmen Navarro Albacete 1 PPCM PP People's 10 May 2019
Míriam Nogueras Barcelona 3 PDeCAT JxCat Mixed 17 May 2019
Joan Josep Nuet Barcelona 4 Sob ERC–Sob Republican 16 May 2019
Macarena Olona Granada 1 Vox Vox 8 May 2019
Ana Oramas Santa Cruz de Tenerife 1 CCa CCaPNC Mixed 8 May 2019
Marina Ortega Ourense 1 PSdeG PSOE Socialists 8 May 2019
Javier Ortega Smith Madrid 2 Vox Vox 16 May 2019
Esther Padilla Toledo 2 PSCM PSOE Socialists 8 May 2019
Ana Pastor Pontevedra 1 PPdeG PP People's 6 May 2019 Third Vice-President.
Esther Peña Burgos 1 PSCyL PSOE Socialists 13 May 2019
Mercè Perea Barcelona 3 PSC PSOE Socialists 9 May 2019
Adolfo Pérez Ourense 2 PSdeG PSOE Socialists 7 May 2019
María Mercedes Pérez Madrid 6 Podemos UP UP–ECP–GEC[a] 9 May 2019
María Teresa Pérez Alicante 2 Podemos UP UP–ECP–GEC[a] 14 May 2019
Beatríz Pino Pontevedra 1 Cs Cs Citizens 10 May 2019
Víctor Valentín Píriz Badajoz 1 PPE PP People's 6 May 2019
Gerardo Pisarello Barcelona 4 BEC ECP UP–ECP–GEC[a] 14 May 2019 First Secretary.
Meri Pita Las Palmas 2 Podemos UP UP–ECP–GEC[a] 6 May 2019
Luis Planas Córdoba 1 PSOE–A PSOE Socialists 13 May 2019
Francisco Polo Barcelona 2 PSC PSOE Socialists 9 May 2019
Pere Joan Pons Balearic Islands 1 PSIB PSOE Socialists 6 May 2019
Ignacio Prendes Asturias 1 Cs Cs Citizens 20 May 2019 Fourth Vice-President.
Ana Prieto Lugo 1 PSdeG PSOE Socialists 9 May 2019
Margarita Prohens Balearic Islands 1 PPIB PP People's 7 May 2019
Norma Pujol Tarragona 2 ERC ERC–Sob Republican 16 May 2019
Arnau Ramírez Barcelona 8 PSC PSOE Socialists 9 May 2019
José Ramírez Córdoba 1 Vox Vox 17 May 2019
Saúl Ramírez Las Palmas 1 Cs Cs Citizens 13 May 2019
Elvira Ramón Granada 2 PSOE–A PSOE Socialists 10 May 2019
César Joaquín Ramos Cáceres 2 PSOE–E PSOE Socialists 8 May 2019
José Ramos Huelva 2 PSOE–A PSOE Socialists 8 May 2019
María Tamara Raya Santa Cruz de Tenerife 2 PSC PSOE Socialists 20 May 2019
Germán Renau Castellón 2 PSPV PSOE Socialists 14 May 2019
Patricia Reyes Madrid 5 Cs Cs Citizens 9 May 2019 Fourth Secretary.
Teresa Ribera Madrid 4 PSOE–M PSOE Socialists 16 May 2019
Carmen Riolobos Toledo 2 PPCM PP People's 7 May 2019
Albert Rivera Madrid 1 Cs Cs Citizens 20 May 2019
Irene Rivera Málaga 2 Cs Cs Citizens 14 May 2019
Marta Rivera A Coruña 1 Cs Cs Citizens 10 May 2019
Enrique Rivero Palencia 1 Cs Cs Citizens 13 May 2019
Joaquín Robles Murcia 2 Vox Vox 16 May 2019
Margarita Robles Ávila 1 Independent PSOE Socialists 9 May 2019
Alberto Rodríguez Santa Cruz de Tenerife 1 Podemos UP UP–ECP–GEC[a] 20 May 2019
Alfonso Rodríguez Seville 2 PSOE–A PSOE Socialists 13 May 2019 Second Vice-President.
José Rodríguez Granada 3 PSOE–A PSOE Socialists 14 May 2019
Melisa Rodríguez Santa Cruz de Tenerife 1 Cs Cs Citizens 10 May 2019
Carlos Rojas Granada 1 PPA PP People's 8 May 2019
Toni Roldán Barcelona 2 Cs Cs Citizens 20 May 2019 26 June 2019 Replaced by Carina Mejías.
María Romero Seville 1 Vox Vox 17 May 2019
Rosa María Romero Ciudad Real 1 PPCM PP People's 13 May 2019
María del Mar Rominguera Zamora 1 PSCyL PSOE Socialists 16 May 2019
Susana Ros Castellón 1 PSPV PSOE Socialists 14 May 2019
María Rosado Guadalajara 1 Independent Cs Citizens 17 May 2019
María Rosell Las Palmas 1 Podemos UP UP–ECP–GEC[a] 7 May 2019
Agustín Rosety Cádiz 1 Vox Vox 17 May 2019
Marta Rosique Barcelona 7 ERC ERC–Sob Republican 16 May 2019
Patricia Rueda Málaga 1 Vox Vox 17 May 2019
Gabriel Rufián Barcelona 2 ERC ERC–Sob Republican 16 May 2019
Joan Ruiz Tarragona 1 PSC PSOE Socialists 9 May 2019
María Concepción Ruiz Navarre 2 PSN PSOE Socialists 10 May 2019
María de la Cabeza Ruiz Madrid 4 Vox Vox 16 May 2019
Iñaki Ruiz de Pinedo Álava 1 EH Bildu Mixed 14 May 2019
Josep Rull Tarragona 1 PDeCAT JxCat Mixed 20 May 2019 Suspended since 24 May 2019.
Marisa Saavedra Castellón 1 Podemos UP UP–ECP–GEC[a] 20 May 2019
Pablo Sáez Valladolid 1 Vox Vox 16 May 2019
Idoia Sagastizabal Biscay 2 EAJ–PNV Basque 14 May 2019
Luis Carlos Sahuquillo Cuenca 1 PSCM PSOE Socialists 6 May 2019
Francisco Salazar Seville 4 PSOE–A PSOE Socialists 8 May 2019
Jordi Salvador Tarragona 1 ERC ERC–Sob Republican 20 May 2019
César Sánchez Alicante 1 PPCV PP People's 9 May 2019
Javier Sánchez Murcia 1 Podemos UP UP–ECP–GEC[a] 14 May 2019
Jordi Sànchez Barcelona 1 JxCat Mixed 20 May 2019 Suspended since 24 May 2019.
Marisol Sánchez Murcia 2 PSRM PSOE Socialists 9 May 2019
Mariano Sánchez Badajoz 3 PSOE–E PSOE Socialists 13 May 2019
Pedro Sánchez Madrid 1 PSOE–M PSOE Socialists 17 May 2019
Víctor Sánchez Badajoz 1 Vox Vox 16 May 2019
Herminio Sancho Teruel 1 PSA PSOE Socialists 13 May 2019
Luís Santamaría Valencia 3 PPCV PP People's 14 May 2019
Enrique Santiago Madrid 3 IU–M UP UP–ECP–GEC[a] 7 May 2019
Vicent Sarrià Valencia 3 PSPV PSOE Socialists 14 May 2019
Pedro Saura Murcia 1 PSRM PSOE Socialists 10 May 2019
Sergio Sayas Navarre 1 UPN NA+ Mixed 13 May 2019
David Serrada Salamanca 1 PSCyL PSOE Socialists 9 May 2019
Juan Serrano Jaén 3 PSOE–A PSOE Socialists 7 May 2019
Yolanda Seva Alicante 4 PSPV PSOE Socialists 13 May 2019
Felipe Jesús Sicilia Jaén 1 PSOE–A PSOE Socialists 14 May 2019
Rafael Simancas Madrid 7 PSOE–M PSOE Socialists 8 May 2019
José Simón Ceuta 1 PSOE PSOE Socialists 17 May 2019
Alejandro Soler Alicante 3 PSPV PSOE Socialists 13 May 2019
Juan Soto Murcia 3 PSRM PSOE Socialists 9 May 2019
Adolfo Suárez Madrid 2 PPCM PP People's 8 May 2019 Third Secretary.
Eloy Suárez Zaragoza 1 PPA PP People's 7 May 2019
Susana Sumelzo Zaragoza 1 PSA PSOE Socialists 13 May 2019
Carolina Telechea Barcelona 3 ERC ERC–Sob Republican 16 May 2019
Vicente Ten Valencia 2 Cs Cs Citizens 13 May 2019
Vicente Tirado Toledo 1 PPCM PP People's 13 May 2019
Carla Toscano Madrid 5 Vox Vox 17 May 2019
Jordi Turull Lleida 1 PDeCAT JxCat Mixed 20 May 2019 Suspended since 24 May 2019.
Edurne Uriarte Madrid 3 PPCM PP People's 8 May 2019
Roberto Uriarte Biscay 1 Podemos UP UP–ECP–GEC[a] 20 May 2019
Magdalena Valerio Guadalajara 1 PSCM PSOE Socialists 16 May 2019
Silvia Valmaña Guadalajara 1 PPCM PP People's 13 May 2019
Ana Belén Vázquez Ourense 1 PPdeG PP People's 8 May 2019
María Velarde Córdoba 1 Podemos UP UP–ECP–GEC[a] 14 May 2019
Elvira Velasco Zamora 2 PPCyL PP People's 19 July 2019 Replaces María Isabel Blanco.
Noelia Vera Cádiz 1 Podemos UP UP–ECP–GEC[a] 14 May 2019
Aina Vidal Barcelona 2 ICV ECP UP–ECP–GEC[a] 20 May 2019
María Vilches Albacete 2 PSCM PSOE Socialists 14 May 2019
Noemí Villagrasa Zaragoza 3 PSA PSOE Socialists 14 May 2019
José Villegas Almería 1 Cs Cs Citizens 14 May 2019
Daniel Viondi Madrid 10 PSOE–M PSOE Socialists 9 May 2019
Agustín Zamarrón Burgos 2 PSCyL PSOE Socialists 13 May 2019
José Zaragoza Barcelona 4 PSC PSOE Socialists 9 May 2019
Ana María Zurita Santa Cruz de Tenerife 1 PPC PP People's 16 May 2019

See also

Notes

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