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This is how Galicia voted in the last elections: results, municipality by municipality between 2001 and 2020

MADRID, 7 Feb.

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This is how Galicia voted in the last elections: results, municipality by municipality between 2001 and 2020

MADRID, 7 Feb. (EUROPA PRESS) -

Galicians are called to vote this February 18 for their representatives in the regional parliament. The Popular Party has won every time Galicia has gone to the polls in regional elections since 1981, although on two occasions throughout history a coalition of left-wing parties has governed as the Popular Party did not have a sufficient majority.

Between 2009 and 2020, Alberto Núñez Feijóo chained four absolute majorities that allowed him to govern as president of Galicia until in 2022, after 13 years in office, he resigned to lead the party at the national level and was replaced by the one he had been until then. his first vice president and now PP candidate, Alfonso Rueda.

In the legislature prior to Feijóo's arrival to the Xunta, it was the socialist Emilio Pérez Touriño who governed in coalition with the BNG (with Anxo Quintana as vice president). He did it between 2005, when the hegemony of the popular in Galicia fell for almost 16 years - after Manuel Fraga lost the absolute majority -, and 2009.

The founding president of the PP had led the Community before Touriño, after achieving his first electoral victory in 1989. Since then, there have been three new absolute majorities for the PPdeG in the elections of 1993, 1997 and 2001.

In these maps you can see the results of the regional elections, municipality by municipality

2001

2005

2009

2012

2016

2020

And in this other graph you can see how the vote for the parties has evolved in the different municipalities

Manuel Fraga was the second popular leader to preside over the He became the first president of Galician autonomy.

The Compostela doctor also headed the Popular Party candidacy in 1985 and again obtained the support of Parliament to continue leading the Galician Government.

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