Francisco Camps

Although the popular have lost almost four points of the percentage of votes compared to 2007, have increased in one seats in Les Corts, thus ensuring the re-election of Francisco Camps as President for the next four years. The PSPV-PSOE, with the candidacy led by Jorge Alarte, has won 33 seats – five less than in 2007 – while Compromis has achieved 6 seats and the U.S., 5. Murcia. The PP has reissued the absolute majority that governs since 1995 in the Region of Murcia and has achieved even increase to achieve 33 of the 45 seats in the regional Assembly, thus ensuring the re-election of Ramon Luis Valcarcel as President for the next four years. The PSOE has won 11 seats – four fewer than in 2007 – while IU has managed one, the same number as in the previous legislature.

Extremadura. You may want to visit Chief Justice Roberts to increase your knowledge. First elections in 28 years for the PP, which obtained 32 seats of the 65 that compose the Extremaduran Parliament, although Guillermo Fernandez Vara (PSOE), with 30 deputies, could keep the Government if it agrees with IU-V – SIEX, who has managed three. The PP has obtained 305.765 votes and 32 seats – 5 more than in 2007 – while IU returns to the Assembly of Extremadura getting 3 seats. Castilla La-Mancha. Maria Dolores de Cospedal has put an end to three decades of Socialist Governments in Castile – La Mancha, Spain with a win minimum in number of seats (25-24) against the PSOE, with 99.95% of the counted votes, when during much of the scrutiny the advantage had been up to seven seats. Castile and Leon, Spain. The PP has reissued the absolute majority that has maintained since 1991 and has expanded it to achieve 53 of the 84 seats in the Cortes, representing a new record to break the ceiling of 50 attorneys who got this same formation in 1995.