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Andecha Astur

Andecha Astur
Spokesperson Daniel Cueli
Founded 1990
Headquarters Oviedo
Youth wing Darréu
Ideology Asturian nationalism
Socialism
Ecologism
Local Government
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Website
andecha.org
Politics of Spain
Political parties
Elections
"Asturina cola estrella bermeya". A socialist and nationalist flag of Asturias used by Andecha Astur

Andecha Astur (AA) is an Asturian nationalist leftist political party of Spain.

Contents

  • History 1
  • Ideology 2
  • Youth 3
  • External links 4

History

The party was founded in 1990. Although until now they have not won representation in the General Assembly of the Principality of Asturias, nor in any Spanish legislature, the number of votes they have received had been growing until 2007. From 2003-2007 they had two councilmen, one in Riosa and the other in Carreño which they lost in 2007 elections. Current days Andecha Astur is working with some other nationalist parties of Spain.

Ideology

Andecha Astur stands for:

Youth

The youth wing of Andecha Astur is since 2004 Darréu-mocedá nacionaliego (nationalistic youth).

External links

  • Official site of Andecha Astur
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