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What does PP stand for?

Partido Popular (Spanish political party)


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Samples in periodicals archive:
Losses for most opposition parties In addition to the PSDB's losses, other opposition losses included the Democratas (DEM), which elected 278 mayors compared with 493 in 2008, and the Partido Popular Socialista (PPS), which elected 123 compared with 129 in 2008.
On July 11, as Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy was announcing new austerity measures that would cut aid to many unemployed, Andrea Fabra Fernandez, an MP of the ruling Partido Popular, was caught by TV cameras vociferously showing her support by yelling, " Que se jodan
The biggest losers in the election were the Partido Popular (PP) and Partido Nacional Liberal (PNL), which lost their AL representation completely.
Spaniards reacted by voting the Partido Popular of Jose Maria Aznar out of power and ushering in a Socialist (PSOE) government led by Jose Luis Rodriguez Zapatero.
To this end, Stevens traces the rise of the Partido Popular Democratico (PPD) and the island's cultural baggage with Antonio Pedreira's essay Insularismo and Rene Marquez's El puertorriqueno docil.
Although the AVT may have initially aligned itself with the then-ruling PP in pursuit of financial assistance for its constituency from the Spanish government, the Partido Popular has subsequently capitalized on the legitimacy of victimhood provided by this alliance to advocate for hard-line anti-terrorism policies.
The ruling Social Democrats (PSD) had made a coalition deal with the Partido Popular (People's Party) that prevented the abortion law from being modified before 2006, but if the Socialists win, there may be movement before then.
A landslide reelection in 2000 for Aznar's Partido Popular put the vote strongly behind prosperity over personality, a first for modern Spain.

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