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Partit dels Socialistes de Catalunya

Socialists' Party of Catalonia
Partit dels Socialistes de Catalunya
Partit dels Socialistes de Catalunya
Spanish name Partido de los Socialistas de Cataluña
Secretary-General Pere Navarro i Morera
Founded 16 July 1978 (1978-07-16)
Merger of Partit Socialista de Catalunya-Congrés
Partit Socialista de Catalunya-Reagrupament
Federació Catalana del PSOE
Headquarters c/ Nicaragua, 75–77
08029 Barcelona
Newspaper Endavant Digital
Youth wing Socialist Youth of Catalonia
Ideology Democratic socialism
Moderate Catalanism
Spanish federalism
Political position Centre-left
National affiliation Spanish Socialist Workers' Party
European Parliament group Socialists & Democrats
Colors Red, White
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Politics of Catalonia
Political parties

The Socialists' Party of Catalonia (Catalan: Partit dels Socialistes de Catalunya, PSC-PSOE official acronym) is a social-democratic political party in Catalonia, Spain resulting from the merge of two parties Partit Socialista de Catalunya-Reagrupament led by Josep Pallach i Carolà and Partit Socialista de Catalunya-Congrés and also Catalan Federation of PSOE. It is the Catalan referent of the Spanish Socialist Workers' Party (PSOE), and its Aranese section is Unity of Aran. The party had also been allied with federalist and republican political platform Citizens for Change (Ciutadans pel Canvi) until the 2010 election. PSC-PSOE has its power base in Barcelona metropolitan area and comarques of Tarragonès, Montsià, and Val d'Aran.


First Secretaries

  1. Joan Reventós (1978–1983)
  2. Raimon Obiols (1983–1996)
  3. Narcís Serra (1996–2000)
  4. José Montilla (2000 – 17 December 2011)
  5. Pere Navarro (since 17 December 2011)


  1. Joan Reventós (1983–1996)
  2. Raimon Obiols (1996–2000)
  3. Pasqual Maragall (2000–2007)
  4. José Montilla (2007–2008) (Acting)
  5. Isidre Molas (2008-2011)

See also

External links


fr:Parti socialiste catalan

it:Partito dei Socialisti di Catalogna

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