José María Aznar

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Person.png José María Aznar   C-SPAN NNDB Powerbase Sourcewatch WebsiteRdf-entity.pngRdf-icon.png
(politician)
María Aznarría Aznar.jpg
BornJosé María Alfredo Aznar López
1953-02-25
Madrid, Spain
Alma materComplutense University of Madrid
ReligionRoman Catholicism
Children • José María
• Ana
• Alonso
SpouseAna Botella
Member ofAtlantic Council/Board, Club de Madrid, Committee on the Present Danger/Members, News Corp
PartyPeople's Alliance,  People's Party

Employment.png Prime Minister of Spain

In office
4 May 1996 - 16 April 2004
Preceded byFelipe Gonzalez
Succeeded byJosé Luis Rodríguez Zapatero

Employment.png Spain/President of the People's Party

In office
1 April 1990 - 2 October 2004

Employment.png Spain/Leader of the Opposition

In office
4 September 1989 - 4 May 1996
Succeeded byFelipe Gonzalez

Employment.png President of the Junta of Castile and León

In office
27 July 1987 - 16 September 1989

Employment.png Member of the Congress of Deputies

In office
21 November 1989 - 15 January 2004

Employment.png Member of the Congress of Deputies

In office
18 November 1982 - 7 July 1987

José María Aznar is Spanish politician who was Prime Minister of Spain.

Opinions

In 2010 Aznar wrote that "If Israel goes down, we all go down".[1]

 

Event Participated in

EventStartEndLocation(s)
Democracy & Security International Conference5 June 20076 June 2007Czech Republic
Prague
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