Ciudadanos por Valencia

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Ciudadanos por Valencia

Party-Ciudadanos por Valencia.jpg
General Information
Country Flag-Spain.jpg Spain
Abbreviation CxVa
Founded November 2008
Dissolved March 2009
Congress Occupancy 0 /40 seats, 0%
Succeeded By Nueva Espana Liberal
Orientation Center

Ciudadanos por Valencia (Citizens for Valencia) was a Spanish political party, created by Mixalberto and Blas de Lezo, which point was to defend the culture of Valencia. It only existed in the Community of Valencia. It was opposite to the Catalan ideas of Esquerra Independentista.

This party got the minister of Culture in January 2009, when there was a controversy about if the Valencian language should be recognized as an official language in Spain, apart from the Catalan language as they defended, or not.

In some elections, party supported Nueva Espana Liberal. On 25 February 2009, party members were submitted for the Congress elections with NEL, but both candidates from NEL and CxVa lost their seats, which were taken by Ciudadanos y Democracia and Izquierda Democratica Española.

Finally, Mixalberto got the Party presidency, and as long as their ideology was shared with Nueva España Liberal he decided to fuse CxVa with NEL; where Mixalberto would go on and reach better political career, being even President of Spain.

This party had 15 members before it became the Nueva Espana Liberal party.