José Félix Tezanos

José Félix Tezanos is a Professor of Sociology and Secretary of Studies and Programmes of the Partido Socialista Obrero Español (PSOE – Spanish Socialist and Workers’ Party) and President of the Pablo Iglesias Foundation. He is the author/co-author of 82 books on inequality, political trends and democracy.

The Catalan labyrinth: is there a way out?

Since the Spanish Constitution, it had seemed that the “Catalan question” had been channelled into the form of an Autonomous Government

The left in contemporary Spain

During the first years of Spain’s political process of transition to democracy, the left wing vote was structured around one main, and at times practically hegemonic, party, PSOE, which came to win the support of over 40% of the electorate- 48% in 1982, 44% in 1986 and 43.1% in 2008-, with an absolute majority in …

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