Plural Left (Spain, 2011)

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United Left–The Greens: The Plural Left

Izquierda Unida–Los Verdes: La Izquierda Plural
LeaderCayo Lara
Founded2011 (2011)
Succeeded byPopular Unity
IdeologyDemocratic socialism
Eco-socialism
Anti-capitalism
Ecologism
Federalism
Political positionLeft-wing
Colours     Dark red
     Green

United Left–The Greens: Plural Left (Spanish: Izquierda Unida–Los Verdes: La Izquierda Plural) or just Plural Left (Spanish: La Izquierda Plural) was a political coalition organized to contest the 2011 Spanish general election. It was led by United Left, with Cayo Lara as its election candidate.

Composition[edit]

Party Scope
United Left (IU)
Initiative for Catalonia Greens–United and Alternative Left (ICV–EUiA) Catalonia
Aragonese Union (CHA) Aragon
Left (I–E) Navarre
Independent Socialists of Extremadura (SIEx) Extremadura
The Greens of the Valencian Country (EVPV) Valencian Community
Tour Madrid–The Greens (GM–LV) Madrid
Green and Red Canaries (CVR) Las Palmas
Initiative for El Hierro (IpH) Santa Cruz de Tenerife
Democratic and Social Party of Ceuta (PDSC) Ceuta

Electoral performance[edit]

Congress of Deputies[edit]

Congress of Deputies
Election Seats Vote % Status Leader
2011
11 / 350
1,686,040 (#3) 6.92 Opposition Cayo Lara

Senate[edit]

Senate
Election Seats Leader
2011
0 / 208
Cayo Lara