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Republican Left (Spain)

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Republican Left (Spain)

Republican Left
Izquierda Republicana
Leader Manuel Azaña
Founded 1934
Dissolved 1959
Merger of Republican Action
Radical Socialist Republican Party
Ideology Republicanism,
Reformism
Political position Moderate Left-wing
National affiliation Popular Front
Colors              Red, yellow and murrey
Election symbol
Politics of Spain
Political parties
Elections

The Republican Left (Spanish: Izquierda Republicana) was a Spanish left-wing republican party founded in 1934.

Contents

  • History 1
  • Notable members 2
  • See also 3
  • References 4

History

The party was founded in 1934 following the left's defeat in the

  1. ^ De la Granja, José Luis; De Pablo, Santiago (2009). «La II República y la Guerra Civil». Historia del País Vasco y Navarra en el siglo XX (2d edition). Madrid: Biblioteca Nueva. p. 61. ISBN 978-84-9742-942-9.

References

See also

Notable members

In exile in Mexico, the IR was the main support of the Republican government-in-exile until it was dissolved in 1959 to found the Spanish Democratic Republican Action. A party taking the name Republican Left was founded in 1977 and has achieved no major electoral success yet.

Integrated in the Popular Front ahead of the 1936 election, the party won 87 seats becoming the third largest party while Manuel Azaña obtained the office of President of the Council of Minister. Following the impeachment of Niceto Alcalá Zamora from the presidency in May 1936, Azaña was elected president, an office he held until his resignation in February 1939. He was succeeded as President of the Council first by Santiago Casares Quiroga and then by José Giral. Later, alongside the Republican Union Party, the party was the main component of the Largo Caballero government in September 1936, at the start of the Spanish Civil War. The IR participated in all republican governments till the end of the civil war.

who became the party's leader. Manuel Azaña and Victoria Kent, José Giral Its members included [1]

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