The Spanish Right occupies a special place in Europe. Its history, and the singular nature of its political groups distinguish it from the continent’s other right-wing movements.  From the moment democracy was re-established in Spain until the present day, the right-wing party, the People’s Party, has undergone political, organizational, electoral and programme-related changes. In what ways do they resemble, or differ from, other European right-wing parties? This article will attempt to answer that question.

32 pages, 3 € | October 2010 | ISBN : 978-2-917613-65-8

All the notes about the state of the right in Europe :

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