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People's Party of Catalonia

People's Party of Catalonia
Partit Popular de Catalunya
President Alicia Sánchez-Camacho
Secretary-General Jordi Cornet i Serra
Founded January 1989
Headquarters Calle Urgell, 249
08036 Barcelona
Youth wing Noves Generacions de Catalunya
Ideology Conservatism,
Christian democracy,
Liberalism,
Spanish unionism[1]
Political position Centre-right to right wing
National affiliation People's Party
Catalan Parliament
Website
Politics of Catalonia
Political parties
Elections

The People's Party of Catalonia (Catalan: Partit Popular de Catalunya, Spanish: Partido Popular de Cataluña, PPC) is a centre-right and Spanish unionist political party in Catalonia. It is the Catalan affiliate of the Spanish People's Party.

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