Catalan agreement of progress

Entesa Catalana de Progrés
Leader Carles Bonet i Revés
Founded 2000
Headquarters C/Nicaragua, 75-77
08029 Barcelona
(PSC)
C/Calàbria, 166
08015 Barcelona
(ERC)
C/Ciutat, 7
08002 Barcelona
(ICV)
Ideology Social democracy
Catalanism, Left,
Republicanism, Democratic Socialism,
Ecologism, Communism (minority)
International affiliation None
European Parliament group None
Colours Red, Green, White, Orange
Website
www.entesa.cat

The Catalan Agreement of Progress (Catalan: Entesa Catalana de Progrés, ECP) is a union of center-left and left wing and Catalan political parties in Catalonia. The union consists of three parties: Socialists' Party of Catalonia (Partit dels Socialistes de Catalunya), Initiative for Catalonia Greens (Iniciativa per Catalunya Verds) and United and Alternative Left (Esquerra Unida i Alternativa). Until the 2011 election, the Republican Left of Catalonia (Esquerra Republicana de Catalunya) was also part of the union.

History

The union was founded before the Spanish general election, 2000 by four left wing and Catalan political parties in Catalonia. The union is only represented in the Spanish Senate.

Senators for the Seventh legislature in the Senate (2000-2004)

Senators for the Autonomus Community of Catalonia

  • Ramon Espasa i Oliver (PSC)
  • Carles Bonet i Revés (ERC)
  • Lluís Armet i Coma/Montserrat Duch Plana (PSC/PSC)
  • Jaume Bosch i Mestres (only 2004) (ICV)

Senators from Barcelona

Senators from Girona

  • Arseni Gibert i Bosch (PSC)

Senators from Lleida

  • Joan Ganyet i Solé/Josep Maria Batlle Farràn (PSC/PSC)

Senators from Tarragona

  • Ramon Aleu i Jornet (PSC)
  • Marta Cid i Pañella (ERC)
  • Joan Sabaté i Borràs/Francisco José María Subirats Rosiñol (PSC/PSC)

Senators for the Eighth legislature in the Senate (2004-2008)

Senators for the Autonomus Community of Catalonia

  • Assumpta Baig i Torres (PSC)
  • Carles Bonet i Revés (ERC)
  • Jaume Bosch i Mestres (ICV)
  • Ramon Espasa i Oliver (PSC-CpC)

Senators from Barcelona

Senators from Girona

  • Miquel Bofill i Abelló (ERC)
  • Rafel Bruguera i Batalla (PSC)
  • Lluis Maria de Puig i Olivé (PSC)

Senators from Lleida

  • Josep Maria Batlle Farràn (PSC)
  • Maria Brugués i Bargués (PSC)
  • Josep Maria Esquerda i Segués (ERC)

Senators from Tarragona

  • Ramon Aleu i Jornet (PSC)
  • Lluís Aragonés i Delgado de Torres (ERC)
  • María José Elices Marcos (PSC)

Senators for the Ninth legislature in the Senate (2008-2012)

Senators for the Autonomus Community of Catalonia

  • Carles Bonet i Revés (ERC)
  • Assumpta Baig i Torres (PSC)
  • Joan Josep Nuet i Pujals (EUiA)
  • Joan Sabaté i Borràs (PSC)

Senators from Barcelona

Senators from Girona

  • Miquel Bofill i Abelló (ERC)
  • Maria Josefa Celaya i Armisen (PSC)
  • Lluis Maria de Puig i Olivé (PSC)

Senators from Lleida

  • Josep Maria Batlle Farràn (PSC)
  • Maria Brugués i Bargués (PSC)
  • Josep Maria Esquerda i Segués (ERC)

Senators from Tarragona

  • Ramon Aleu i Jornet (PSC)
  • Judith Alberich Cano (PSC)
  • Pere Muñoz Hernández (ERC)

See also

External links

  • Site of the union (Catalan)
  • Site of Republican Left of Catalonia (Catalan)
  • Site of Socialists' Party of Catalonia (Catalan)
  • Site of Initiative for Catalonia Greens (Catalan)
  • Site of United and Alternative Left (Catalan)
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