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13th Senate of Spain

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13th Senate of Spain
12th 14th
Senado fachada Madrid.jpg
Overview
Meeting placePalacio del Senado
Term21 May 2019 (2019-05-21) –
Election28 April 2019
GovernmentSánchez
Websitesenado.es
Senators
SpainSenateDiagram2019.svg
Members266
PresidentManuel Cruz (PSOE)
First Vice-PresidentCristina Narbona (PSOE)
Second Vice-PresidentPío García-Escudero (PP)
First SecretaryFernando Martínez (PSOE)
Second SecretaryOlivia Delgado (PSOE)
Third SecretaryImanol Landa (EAJ)
Fourth SecretaryRafael Hernando (PP)

The 13th Senate of Spain is the current meeting of the Senate of Spain, the upper house of the Spanish Cortes Generales, with the membership determined primarily by the results of the general election held on 28 April 2019. The Senate met for the first time on 21 May 2019. According to the Constitution of Spain the maximum legislative term of the senate 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 Senate for the first time since 1996.

Alliance Seats +/–
Spanish Socialist Workers' Party 123 Increase81
People's Party 54 Decrease73
Republican Left of Catalonia–SovereigntistsRepublican Left of the Valencian Country 11 Increase1
Basque Nationalist Party 9 Increase4
Citizens 4 Increase4
Unidos PodemosEn Comú Podem 0 Decrease16
Others/blanks 7 Decrease1
Total 208 Steady

History

The new senate met for the first time on 21 May 2019 and elected Manuel Cruz (PSOE) as President of the Senate of Spain.[1][2]

Other members of the Bureau of the Senate were also elected on 21 May 2019: Cristina Narbona (PSOE), First Vice-President; Pío García-Escudero (PP), Second Vice-President; Fernando Martínez (PSOE), First Secretary; Olivia Delgado (PSOE), Second Secretary; Imanol Landa (EAJ), Third Secretary; and Rafael Hernando (PP), Fourth Secretary.[3][4]

Deaths, disqualifications, resignations, suspensions and regional legislature appointments

The 13th senate has seen the following deaths, disqualifications, resignations, suspensions and regional legislature appointments:

Elected senators

  • 29 May 2019 – Jailed Catalan senator Raül Romeva (ERC–Sob), currently being tried on charges of rebellion, sedition, criminal organization and misuse of public funds in relation to the Catalan independence referendum and subsequent declaration of independence, is suspended from senate.[11][12]
  • 3 July 2019 – Francisco Valera (PSOE) resigned after being appointed vice president of the Albacete provincial council. He was replaced by María Victoria Leal on 4 July 2019.
  • 16 July 2019 – José Valbuena (POSE) resigned after being appointed Minister of Ecological Transition of the Canary Islands.
  • 18 July 2019 – Yaiza Castilla (ASG) resigned after being appointed Minister of Tourism and Industry of the Canary Islands.

Appointed senators

Members

Name Constituency No. Votes Party Alliance Group Took office Left office Notes
Patricia Abascal Ibiza-Formentera 1 17,598 PSIB PSOE Socialists 28 April 2019
Pedro Acedo Badajoz 1 97,946 PPE PP People's 28 April 2019
Sofía Acedo Melilla 2 7,487 PP PP People's 28 April 2019
María Adrio Pontevedra 2 174,696 PSdeG–PSOE PSOE Socialists 28 April 2019
Ana Agudíez Segovia 1 26,792 PSCyL PSOE Socialists 28 April 2019
Carolina Agudo Castilla–La Mancha - Appointed PPCM PP People's 23 July 2019
José Aguilar Málaga 3 228,652 PSOE–A PSOE Socialists 28 April 2019
Nerea Ahedo Biscay 1 243,336 EAJ–PNV Basque 28 April 2019
Antonio Alarcó Tenerife 1 82,448 PPC PP People's 28 April 2019
Francisco Alcaraz Andalusia - Appointed Vox Mixed 7 February 2019[a]
Rosa Aldea Palencia 1 33,402 PSCyL PSOE Socialists 28 April 2019
Francisco Alegre Catalonia - Appointed Cs Cs Citizens 4 May 2018[a]
Jesús Alonso Soria 1 17,636 PSCyL PSOE Socialists 28 April 2019
José Alonso Valladolid 1 99,115 PPCyL PP People's 28 April 2019
Ana Alós Huesca 1 35,443 PPA PP People's 28 April 2019
Antonio Amador Teruel 2 24,283 PSA PSOE Socialists 28 April 2019
Francesc Antich Balearics - Appointed PSIB PSOE Socialists 9 July 2015[a] 11 July 2019
Francisco Aragón Granada 3 165,120 PSOE–A PSOE Socialists 28 April 2019
María Arana La Rioja 3 53,938 PSR PSOE Socialists 28 April 2019
Javier Arenas Andalusia - Appointed PPA PP People's 7 February 2019[a]
Emilio Argüeso Valencia - Appointed Cs Cs Citizens 27 June 2019
María Arnáiz Burgos 2 63,306 PSCyL PSOE Socialists 28 April 2019
Rosa Arza Lugo 2 66,345 PPdeG PP People's 28 April 2019
José Asensi Alicante 1 258,850 PSPV PSOE Socialists 28 April 2019
Miguel Aubà Tarragona 1 129,714 Independent ERC–Sob ERC–EHB[b] 28 April 2019
Vicente Azpitarte Granada 1 120,517 PPA PP People's 28 April 2019
Sara Bailac Lleida 1 86,371 ERC ERC–Sob ERC–EHB[b] 28 April 2019
Marcial Barba Valladolid 3 90,862 PSCyL PSOE Socialists 28 April 2019
José Barreiro Lugo 1 69,577 PPdeG PP People's 28 April 2019
Julio Barros A Coruña 3 188,059 PSdeG–PSOE PSOE Socialists 28 April 2019
Mercedes Berenguer Valencia 2 386,456 PSPV PSOE Socialists 28 April 2019
Francisco Bernabé Murcia - Appointed PPRM PP People's 19 July 2018[a] 19 July 2019
Idurre Bideguren Basque Country - Appointed EH Bildu ERC–EHB[b] 31 May 2019
Jokin Bildarratz Basque Country - Appointed EAJ–PNV Basque 15 December 2016[a]
Francisco Blanco Asturias 1 209,215 FSA PSOE Socialists 28 April 2019
Manuel Blasco Teruel 1 21,751 PPA PP People's 28 April 2019
José Bolaños Ciudad Real 3 96,689 PSCM PSOE Socialists 28 April 2019
Cosme Bonet Mallorca 1 107,619 PSIB PSOE Socialists 28 April 2019
María Borao Teruel 3 23,492 PSA PSOE Socialists 28 April 2019
Josefina Bueno Valencia - Appointed PSPV PSOE Socialists 27 June 2019
Marisa Bustinduy Andalusia - Appointed PSOE–A PSOE Socialists 7 February 2019[a]
Miquel Caminal Lleida 2 75,043 ERC ERC–Sob ERC–EHB[b] 28 April 2019
Ana Camins Madrid - Appointed PPCM PP People's 11 July 2019
Esther Carmona El Hierro 1 2,328 PSC PSOE Socialists 28 April 2019
Jesús Caro Ávila 1 26,529 PSCyL PSOE Socialists 28 April 2019
Fran Carrillo Andalusia - Appointed Cs Cs Citizens 7 February 2019[a]
Laura Castel Tarragona 2 117,324 Independent ERC–Sob ERC–EHB[b] 28 April 2019
Santiago Castellà Tarragona 1 85,195 PSC PSOE Socialists 28 April 2019
Xavier Castellana Lleida 3 68,865 ERC ERC–Sob ERC–EHB[b] 28 April 2019
Yaiza Castilla La Gomera 1 5,611 ASG Mixed 28 April 2019 18 July 2019
María Castro Cádiz 1 208,471 PSOE–A PSOE Left[c] 28 April 2019
Alberto Catalán Navarre 3 107,796 UPN NA+ Mixed 28 April 2019
José Cepeda Madrid - Appointed PSOE–M PSOE Socialists 11 July 2019[a][d]
Daniel Chenlo Pontevedra 3 164,450 PSdeG–PSOE PSOE Socialists 28 April 2019
Josep Cleries Catalonia - Appointed PDeCAT JxCat Nationalists 4 May 2018[a]
Mirella Cortès Catalonia - Appointed ERC ERC–Sob ERC–EHB[b] 4 May 2018[a]
Antonio Cosculluela Huesca 1 42,088 PSA PSOE Socialists 28 April 2019
Ignacio Cosidó Castile and León - Appointed PPCyL PP People's 14 December 2016[a] 23 July 2019
Julio Cruz Canaries - Appointed PSC PSOE Socialists 21 July 2015[a]
Manuel Cruz Barcelona 1 741,978 PSC PSOE Socialists 28 April 2019 President.
Miguel Dalmau Zaragoza 1 172,361 PSA PSOE Socialists 28 April 2019
Bienvenido de Arriba Salamanca 1 72,983 PPCyL PP People's 28 April 2019
Nemesio de Lara Castilla–La Mancha - Appointed PSCM PSOE Socialists 30 July 2015[a] 22 July 2019
Esther del Brío Salamanca 3 62,021 PPCyL PP People's 28 April 2019
Guillermo del Corral Cantabria - Appointed PSC PSOE Socialists 15 July 2015[a] 10 July 2019
María Delgado Soria 2 15,282 PSCyL PSOE Socialists 28 April 2019
Olivia Delgado Tenerife 1 125,347 PSC PSOE Socialists 28 April 2019 Second Secretary.
Javier de Lucas Valencia 1 406,479 Independent PSOE Socialists 28 April 2019
María de Pablo La Rioja 1 58,367 PSR PSOE Socialists 28 April 2019
Fernando de Rosa Valencia 1 330,696 PPCV PP People's 28 April 2019
Elena Diego Salamanca 1 60,516 PSCyL PSOE Socialists 28 April 2019
Ana Edo Castellón 2 91,802 PSPV PSOE Socialists 28 April 2019
Gorka Elejabarrieta Gipuzkoa 1 99,215 EH Bildu ERC–EHB[b] 28 April 2019
David Erguido Madrid - Appointed PPCM PP People's 11 July 2019
Manuel Escarda Valladolid 1 99,609 PSCyL PSOE Socialists 28 April 2019
Alfonso Escudero Cuenca 2 41,660 PSCM PSOE Socialists 28 April 2019
Baldomero Espinosa Badajoz 2 151,296 PSOE–E PSOE Socialists 28 April 2019
Rafael Esteban Guadalajara 1 43,448 PSCM PSOE Socialists 28 April 2019
María Etxano Biscay 2 233,468 EAJ–PNV Basque 28 April 2019
Alberto Fabra Valencia - Appointed PPCV PP People's 27 June 2019
Antidio Fagúndez Castile and León - Appointed PSCyL PSOE Socialists 12 December 2018[a] 23 July 2019
Francisco Fajardo Lanzarote 1 15,910 PSC PSOE Socialists 28 April 2019
Virginia Felipe Castilla–La Mancha - Appointed Podemos UP Left[c] 15 October 2015[a] 1 July 2019
Jesús Fermosel Madrid - Appointed PPCM PP People's 9 July 2015[a] 11 June 2019
Francisco Fernández Ourense 3 65,815 PPdeG PP People's 28 April 2019
Gregorio Jesús Fernández Castilla–La Mancha - Appointed PSCM PSOE Socialists 23 July 2019
José Fernández Zamora 1 35,430 PSCyL PSOE Socialists 28 April 2019
José Miguel Fernández Cantabria - Appointed PRC Mixed 11 July 2019
Manuel Fernández Jaén 3 143,647 PSOE–A PSOE Socialists 28 April 2019
María Fernández Asturias 2 205,332 FSA PSOE Socialists 28 April 2019
María Fernández Cantabria 1 90,928 PSC PSOE Socialists 28 April 2019
María Teresa Fernández Castilla–La Mancha - Appointed PSCM PSOE Socialists 23 July 2019
Antonio Ferrer Madrid 2 979,150 PSOE–M PSOE Socialists 28 April 2019
Miguel Fidalgo Pontevedra 1 154,869 PPdeG PP People's 28 April 2019
Carlos Floriano Cáceres 1 65,335 PPE PP People's 28 April 2019
Juan Francisco Ourense 1 60,210 PSdeG–PSOE PSOE Socialists 28 April 2019
Toni Fuster Balearics - Appointed PPIB PP People's 20 February 2019[a] 11 July 2019
Sara Galván Valladolid 2 96,626 PSCyL PSOE Socialists 28 April 2019
Gustavi García Cantabria 2 86,215 PSC PSOE Socialists 28 April 2019
José García Asturias 1 140,683 PPA PP People's 28 April 2019
Julio García Guadalajara 3 39,677 PSCM PSOE Socialists 28 April 2019
María García Granada 2 172,141 PSOE–A PSOE Socialists 28 April 2019
Maria Garcial Menorca 1 11,856 PSIB PSOE Socialists 28 April 2019
Pío García-Escudero Madrid 1 1,009,911 PPCM PP People's 28 April 2019 Second Vice-President.
Javier Garcinuño Cáceres 3 86,582 PSOE–E PSOE Socialists 28 April 2019
María Garmendia Gipuzkoa 2 117,378 EAJ–PNV Basque 28 April 2019
Andrés Gil Burgos 1 65,703 PSCyL PSOE Socialists 28 April 2019
Juan Gilabert Seville 3 372,099 PSOE–A PSOE Socialists 28 April 2019
Carlos Giménez Alicante 3 235,819 PSPV PSOE Socialists 28 April 2019
María Godoy Badajoz 3 150,268 PSOE–E PSOE Socialists 28 April 2019
Esperanza Gómez Andalusia - Appointed Podemos AA Left[c] 7 February 2019[a]
María Gómez Ceuta 1 12,654 PSOE PSOE Socialists 28 April 2019
Fernando Goñi Asturias - Appointed PPA PP People's 25 September 2015[a]
Ruth Goñi Navarre 1 110,323 Cs NA+ Citizens 28 April 2019
Ana González La Rioja 1 53,215 PPR PP People's 28 April 2019
Jaime González Madrid - Appointed PPCM PP People's 5 October 2017[a] 11 June 2019
Jesús González Huelva 3 87,696 PSOE–A PSOE Socialists 28 April 2019
Josefa González Huelva 2 91,185 PSOE–A PSOE Socialists 28 April 2019
Sebastián González Ávila 2 31,751 PPCyL PP People's 28 April 2019
Josep Grau Castellón 3 87,258 PSPV PSOE Socialists 28 April 2019
José Gregorio Toledo 1 110,599 PPCM PP People's 28 April 2019
Antonio Gutiérrez Seville 1 400,414 PSOE–A PSOE Socialists 28 April 2019
Miguel Heredia Málaga 1 250,230 PSOE–A PSOE Socialists 28 April 2019
María Hernández Seville 2 388,963 PSOE–A PSOE Socialists 28 April 2019
Paloma Hernández Fuerteventura 1 9,449 PSC PSOE Socialists 28 April 2019
Susana Hernández Murcia 2 186,757 PSRM PSOE Socialists 28 April 2019
Rafael Hernando Almería 1 85,421 PPA PP People's 28 April 2019 Fourth Secretary.
Mar Hormigo Andalusia - Appointed Cs Cs Citizens 7 February 2019[a]
Amaro Huelva Huelva 1 95,482 PSOE–A PSOE Socialists 28 April 2019
Marcelino Iglesias Aragon - Appointed PSA PSOE Socialists 28 July 2015[a]
Juan Imbroda Melilla 1 9,109 PP PP People's 28 April 2019
María del Mar del Pino Julios Canaries - Appointed CCa CCaPNC Nationalists 21 July 2015[a]
Francisco Lacalle Burgos 1 63,503 PPCyL PP People's 28 April 2019
Imanol Landa Biscay 3 231,424 EAJ–PNV Basque 28 April 2019 Third Secretary.
Fernando Lastra Asturias 3 198,863 FSA PSOE Socialists 28 April 2019
José Latorre Jaén 2 145,824 PSOE–A PSOE Socialists 28 April 2019
María Victoria Leal Albacete - - PSCM PSOE Socialists 4 July 2019 Replaces Francisco Valera.
Rafael Lemus Extremadura - Appointed PSOE–E PSOE Socialists 19 July 2019[a][d]
Joan Lerma Valencia - Appointed PSPV PSOE Socialists 27 June 2019
Carmen Leyte Ourense 2 67,082 PPdeG PP People's 28 April 2019
Julia Liberal Álava 1 39,168 PSE–EE PSOE Socialists 28 April 2019
Pilar Liébana Madrid Cs Cs Citizens 28 April 2019
Pilar Llop Madrid - Appointed PSOE–M PSOE Socialists 11 July 2019
Joaquín López Murcia 1 192,296 PSRM PSOE Socialists 28 April 2019
María López Cuenca 3 40,746 PSCM PSOE Socialists 28 April 2019
Miguel Lorenzo A Coruña 1 185,429 PPdeG PP People's 28 April 2019
Juan José Lucas Castile and León - Appointed PPCyL PP People's 20 July 2015[a] 23 July 2019
Jesús Lucía Segovia 2 24,761 PSCyL PSOE Socialists 28 April 2019
María Luna Córdoba 1 162,475 PSOE–A PSOE Socialists 28 April 2019
María Macías Badajoz 1 157,683 PSOE–E PSOE Socialists 28 April 2019
Antonio Magdalena Navarre 1 107,621 PSN PSOE Socialists 28 April 2019
Constantino Marcos León 3 90,041 PSCyL PSOE Socialists 28 April 2019
Tomás Marcos Madrid - Appointed Cs Cs Citizens 11 July 2019[a][d]
José Vicente Marí Balearics - Appointed PPIB PP People's 12 July 2019
Francisco Márquez Jaén 1 95,261 PPA PP People's 28 April 2019
Jordi Martí Girona 1 132,212 ERC ERC–Sob ERC–EHB[b] 28 April 2019
Estefanía Martín Málaga 2 241,824 PSOE–A PSOE Socialists 28 April 2019
Jesús Martín Ciudad Real 1 103,540 PSCM PSOE Socialists 28 April 2019
Juan Martín Ávila 1 36,519 PPCyL PP People's 28 April 2019
Ana Martínez Alicante 2 250,548 PSPV PSOE Socialists 28 April 2019
Fernando Martínez Almería 1 96,928 PSOE–A PSOE Socialists 28 April 2019 First Secretary.
Gerardo Martínez Soria 2 14,550 PPCyL PP People's 28 April 2019
Jorge Martínez Palencia 2 31,579 PPCyL PP People's 28 April 2019
María Martínez Zamora 1 33,740 PSCyL PSOE Socialists 28 April 2019
Fernando Martínez-Maíllo Zamora 1 36,180 PPCyL PP People's 28 April 2019
Jami Matamala Girona 1 105,011 PDeCAT JxCat Nationalists 28 April 2019
Sergio Matos Las Palmas 1 12,161 PSC PSOE Socialists 28 April 2019
Ángel Mayo Seville 1 216,981 Cs Cs Citizens 28 April 2019
Rodrigo Mediavilla Palencia 1 34,866 PPCyL PP People's 28 April 2019
Juan Medina Álava 2 40,122 EAJ–PNV Basque 28 April 2019
Carmen Mínguez Ciudad Real 2 100,278 PSCM PSOE Socialists 28 April 2019
Manuel Miranda Albacete 3 71,221 PSCM PSOE Socialists 28 April 2019
César Mogo Lugo 1 62,942 PSdeG–PSOE PSOE Socialists 28 April 2019
Hamed Mohamed Ceuta 2 12,656 PSOE PSOE Socialists 28 April 2019
Susanna Moll Mallorca 2 102,887 PSIB PSOE Socialists 28 April 2019
José Antonio Monago Extremadura - Appointed PPE PP People's 19 July 2019[a]
Pedro Montalvo La Rioja 2 55,382 PSR PSOE Socialists 28 April 2019
Ramón Morales Gran Canaria 1 124,876 PSC PSOE Socialists 28 April 2019
María Morán León 2 94,212 PSCyL PSOE Socialists 28 April 2019
Jacinto Morano Madrid - Appointed Podemos UP Left[c] 8 February 2019[a] 10 July 2019
María Moreno Cáceres 2 90,056 PSOE–E PSOE Socialists 28 April 2019
Alfonso Moscoso Cádiz 2 193,227 PSOE–A PSOE Socialists 28 April 2019
Encarnación Moya Madrid - Appointed PSOE–M PSOE Socialists 9 July 2015[a] 10 July 2019
Carles Mulet Valencia - Appointed IdPV Compromís Left[c] 27 June 2019
Alfonso Muñoz Córdoba 2 153,632 PSOE–A PSOE Socialists 28 April 2019
Ángeles Muñoz Málaga 1 183,823 PPA PP People's 28 April 2019
Elena Muñoz Galicia - Appointed PPdeG PP People's 26 June 2019
José Muñoz Andalusia - Appointed PSOE–A PSOE Socialists 7 February 2019[a] 5 July 2019
Montserrat Muro Toledo 2 121,997 PSCM PSOE Socialists 28 April 2019
Miguel Nacarino Cáceres 1 91,682 PSOE–E PSOE Socialists 28 April 2019
Cristina Narbona Madrid 1 1,090,551 PSOE–M PSOE Socialists 28 April 2019 First Vice-President.
Micaela Navarro Jaén 1 152,227 PSOE–A PSOE Socialists 28 April 2019
Txema Oleaga Biscay 1 133,292 PSE–EE PSOE Socialists 28 April 2019
Francisco Oñate Murcia - Appointed PSRM PSOE Socialists 13 July 2015[a] 19 July 2019
Félix Ortega Toledo 1 124,631 PSCM PSOE Socialists 28 April 2019
Almuden Otaola Álava 1 43,490 EAJ–PNV Basque 28 April 2019
Gonzalo Palacín Huesca 3 38,257 PSA PSOE Socialists 28 April 2019
Marta Pascal Catalonia - Appointed PDeCAT JxCat Nationalists 4 May 2018[a]
Rosa Peral Álava 3 38,946 EAJ–PNV Basque 28 April 2019
Carlos Pérez Cádiz 1 140,227 Cs Cs Citizens 28 April 2019
Elisenda Pérez Girona 2 112,723 ERC ERC–Sob ERC–EHB[b] 28 April 2019
Juan Pérez Almería 3 91,413 PSOE–A PSOE Socialists 28 April 2019
Bernat Picornell Catalonia - Appointed ERC ERC–Sob ERC–EHB[b] 4 May 2018[a]
Inés Plaza Almería 2 91,956 PSOE–A PSOE Socialists 28 April 2019
Modesto Pose Pontevedra 1 180,061 PSdeG–PSOE PSOE Socialists 28 April 2019
Salomé Pradas Castellón 1 77,507 PPCV PP People's 28 April 2019
Fernando Priego Córdoba 1 113,953 PPA PP People's 28 April 2019
Laura Prieto Soria 1 15,977 PPCyL PP People's 28 April 2019
Javier Puente Cantabria 1 92,080 PPC PP People's 28 April 2019
Josep Quintana Girona 3 98,008 ERC ERC–Sob ERC–EHB[b] 28 April 2019
Carmen Quintanilla Ciudad Real 1 86,738 PPCM PP People's 28 April 2019
María Rábago Cantabria 3 84,792 PSC PSOE Socialists 28 April 2019
Artemi Rallo Castellón 1 94,072 PSPV PSOE Socialists 28 April 2019
Sergio Ramos Gran Canaria 1 83,357 PPC PP People's 28 April 2019
Lourdes Retuerto Murcia - Appointed PSRM PSOE Socialists 20 July 2019
Maria Teresa Rivero Lleida 1 53,679 PDeCAT JxCat Nationalists 28 April 2019
Gonzalo Robles Salamanca 2 62,940 PPCyL PP People's 28 April 2019
Jorge Rodríguez Canaries - Appointed PPC PP People's 21 December 2016[a]
Patricia Rodríguez Ávila 3 32,358 PPCyL PP People's 28 April 2019
Pedro Rodríguez Valencia 3 366,141 Independent PSOE Socialists 28 April 2019
Tontxu Rodríguez Basque Country - Appointed PSE–EE PSOE Socialists 15 December 2016[a]
Donelia Roldán Albacete 2 74,116 PSCM PSOE Socialists 28 April 2019
Lorena Roldán Catalonia - Appointed Cs Cs Citizens 4 May 2018[a]
Antonio Román Guadalajara 1 38,399 PPCM PP People's 28 April 2019
Carmelo Romero Huelva 1 61,032 PPA PP People's 28 April 2019
Raül Romeva Barcelona 1 944,201 ERC ERC–Sob Mixed 28 April 2019 Suspended since 29 May 2019.
Eduardo Rubiño Madrid - Appointed MM Left[c] 11 July 2019
Luisa Rudi Aragon - Appointed PPA PP People's 28 July 2015[a]
Josep Rufà Tarragona 3 106,669 ERC ERC–Sob ERC–EHB[b] 28 April 2019
Víctor Ruiz Zaragoza 3 158,256 PSA PSOE Socialists 28 April 2019
Teresa Ruiz-Sillero Andalusia - Appointed PPA PP People's 7 February 2019[a]
Pablo Ruz Alicante 1 226,330 PPCV PP People's 28 April 2019
Amelia Salanueva Navarre 2 107,186 PPN NA+ People's 28 April 2019
María Salom Mallorca 1 75,485 PPIB PP People's 28 April 2019
Diego Sánchez Extremadura - Appointed PPE PP People's 21 July 2015[a] 18 July 2019
Miguel Sánchez Murcia - Appointed Cs Cs Citizens 20 July 2019
Clara San Damián Zamora 3 34,177 PPCyL PP People's 28 April 2019
José Manuel Sande Galicia - Appointed MA EM Left[c] 26 June 2019
Saturnina Santana Gran Canaria 2 117,970 PSC PSOE Socialists 28 April 2019
Carlota Santiago Madrid - Appointed Cs Cs Citizens 11 July 2019
Eduardo Santiago Palencia 2 31,825 PSCyL PSOE Socialists 28 April 2019
Javier Santiago León 1 82,515 PPCyL PP People's 28 April 2019
Juan Sanz Segovia 2 25,453 PPCyL PP People's 28 April 2019
Paloma Sanz Segovia 1 30,362 PPCyL PP People's 28 April 2019
Pedro Sanz La Rioja - Appointed PPR PP People's 8 July 2015[a] 19 June 2019
Domingo Segado Murcia 2 182,659 PPRM PP People's 28 April 2019
Antonio Serrano Albacete 1 67,969 PPCM PP People's 28 April 2019
María Serrano Córdoba 3 152,045 PSOE–A PSOE Socialists 28 April 2019
Riansares Serrano Guadalajara 2 41,229 PSCM PSOE Socialists 28 April 2019
Rosa Serrano Huesca 2 39,555 PSA PSOE Socialists 28 April 2019
José Sierra Burgos 3 58,763 PSCyL PSOE Socialists 28 April 2019
Juan Soler-Espiauba Madrid - Appointed PPCM PP People's 9 July 2015[a] 11 June 2019
Ana María Surra Barcelona 2 687,671 ERC ERC–Sob ERC–EHB[b] 28 April 2019
Obdulia Taboadela A Coruña 2 197,052 PSdeG–PSOE PSOE Socialists 28 April 2019
José Tofiño Toledo 3 119,081 PSCM PSOE Socialists 28 April 2019
Violante Tomás Murcia 1 208,770 PPRM PP People's 28 April 2019
Carmen Torralba Cuenca 1 43,096 PSCM PSOE Socialists 28 April 2019
Elia Tortolero Barcelona 2 697,906 PSC PSOE Socialists 28 April 2019
José Tortosa Cuenca 1 41,298 PPCM PP People's 28 April 2019
Luke Uribe-Etxebarria Gipuzkoa 3 115,159 EAJ–PNV Nationalists 28 April 2019
José Valbuena Tenerife 2 116,653 PSC PSOE Left[c] 28 April 2019 16 July 2019
Francisco Valera Albacete 1 77,198 PSCM PSOE Socialists 28 April 2019 3 July 2019 Replaced by María Victoria Leal.
María Vaquero Gipuzkoa 1 121,318 EAJ–PNV Basque 28 April 2019
Manuel Varela Lugo 3 65,653 PPdeG PP People's 28 April 2019
Antonio Vázquez A Coruña 1 208,400 PSdeG–PSOE PSOE Socialists 28 April 2019
Jesús Vázquez Galicia - Appointed PPdeG PP People's 26 June 2019
Miguel Vázquez Andalusia - Appointed PSOE–A PSOE Socialists 7 February 2019[a]
Ana Velilla Zaragoza 1 140,521 Cs Cs Citizens 28 April 2019
Cándida Verdier Cádiz 3 189,284 PSOE–A PSOE Socialists 28 April 2019
Salvador Vidal León 1 96,241 PSCyL PSOE Socialists 28 April 2019
Vicenç Vidal Balearics - Appointed PSM Més Left[c] 12 July 2019
Sara Vilà Catalonia - Appointed ICV CC–P Left[c] 4 May 2018[a]
María Villalba Teruel 1 25,525 PSA PSOE Socialists 28 April 2019
Idoia Villanueva Navarre - Appointed Podemos UP Left[c] 17 September 2015[a] 17 June 2019
Ana Villar Zaragoza 2 168,282 PSA PSOE Socialists 28 April 2019
Miguel Viso Ourense 1 69,974 PPdeG PP People's 28 April 2019
Alejandro Zubeldia Granada 1 174,896 PSOE–A PSOE Socialists 28 April 2019
Vacant Asturias - Appointed
Vacant Castile and León - Appointed
Vacant Castile and León - Appointed
Vacant Castile and León - Appointed
Vacant Catalonia - Appointed
Vacant La Rioja - Appointed
Vacant Valencia - Appointed

See also

Notes

  1. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t u v w x y z aa ab ac ad ae af ag ah ai aj ak al am an ao ap aq ar as at Appointed by a regional legislature during a previous senate, continued to serve in 13th senate.
  2. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n Republican Left of CataloniaEH Bildu
  3. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k Confederation of the Left: Adelante AndalucíaMés per MallorcaCoalició CompromísMás MadridCatalunya en Comú–Podem
  4. ^ a b c Re-appointed by a regional legislature.

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