Philippus González

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Nativitas: 5 Martii 1942; Hispalis
Patria: Hispania, Columbia

Officium

Officium: Prime Minister of Spain, Member of the Congress of Deputies of Spain, Member of the Congress of Deputies of Spain, Member of the Congress of Deputies of Spain, Member of the Congress of Deputies of Spain, Member of the Congress of Deputies of Spain, Member of the Congress of Deputies of Spain, Member of the Congress of Deputies of Spain, Member of the Congress of Deputies of Spain, Q33195772, Q33195772
Munus: Politicus, labour law specialist, Scriptor, Negotiator

Consociatio

Factio: Spanish Socialist Workers' Party

Familia

Coniunx: Carmen Romero López

Memoria

Laurae: Order of José Martí, collar of the Order of Isabella the Catholic‎, Praemium Caroli Magni, Q35795612, Grand Cross of the Order of Christ (Portugal)‎, Q42738235, Hijo Predilecto de Andalucía, Q41834600, Grand Cross of the Order of the Sun of Peru‎
Philippus González anno 2004

Philippus González Márquez (natus in oppido Bellavista inter suburbia Hispalis die 5 Martii 1942), alumnus universitatis Hispalensis, est causidicus et politicus Hispanicus factionis Socialisticae PSOE, cuius secretarius generalis ab anno 1974 usque ad annum 1997 fuit. González fuit ministrorum praeses Hispaniae post Transitionem Democraticam ab anno 1982 usque ad annum 1996. Et politica sua sunt pro securitate sociali et educatione, et protectione contra inopias operarum.

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Ductores factionis socialisticae operariae Hispanicae
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PraesidesPaulus Iglesias 1879-1925 • Iulianus Besteiro 1925-1932 • Franciscus Largo Caballero 1932-1935 • Indalecio Prieto 1935-1948 • Tryphon Gómez 1948-1955 • Paschalis Tomás 1964-1967 • Raimundus Rubial 1967-1970, 1976-1999 • Manuel Chaves 1999-2012 • Iosephus Antonius Griñán 2012-2014 • Michaela Navarro 2014-
Secretarii generalesRaimundus Lamoneda 1936-1944 • Rudolphus Llopis 1944-1972 • Philippus González 1974-1997 • Ioachim Almunia 1997-2000 • Iosephus Ludovicus Rodríguez Zapatero 2000-2012 • Alfredus Pérez Rubalcaba 2012-2014 • Petrus Sánchez 2014-