|Headquarters||C/ Silva, nº 5 - 4ª planta - 28013 (Madrid)|
|National affiliation||United Left|
Red, Yellow and Murrey
- A distinct entity from Republican Left of Catalonia
The Republican Left (Spanish: Izquierda Republicana) is a Spanish republican political party. Founded in 1977, it considers itself as the heir to Manuel Azaña's Republican Left. Its contemporary presence is now limited to a handful of local councillors.
Caudillo Francisco Franco's death in 1975 allowed for the founding of new political parties. Republican Left was formed in 1977 and in April 1986 became a founding member of the United Left electoral alliance, which it broke away from in 2002. It participated in the 2004 election, winning 0.07% of the vote. It rejoined United Left in 2011.
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