Commander in Chief Jose Maria (Aznar Lpez Jos Mara)( Rremer Minister of Spain.)
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Biography Commander in Chief Jose Maria (Aznar Lpez Jos Mara)
Born in Madrid on February 25, 1953 Director of a big family in the right-wing newspaper 'El Sol'. He graduated from the University Complutense of Madrid. He worked as an inspector in the tax service in the 1970's - early 1980. In the early 1970's became interested in politics. In 1984 he was elected to the Cortes of Avila. In 1987 became leader of the regional branch of the right-liberal party People's Alliance in Castile and Leon, and received the post of head of government of the autonomy. In 1989 he was elected deputy chairman and in 1990 - Chairman of the People's Party (the successor to the People's Alliance), replacing the aging of Manuel Fraga Iribarne. He was elected to the Cortes of Madrid in 1989. After the victory of the People's Party in parliamentary elections in 1996 became prime minister, . succeeding socialist Felipe Gonzalez Marquez, and formed a government with a party Convergence and Union and the regional parties of the Basque Country and the Canary Islands,
. In March 2000 the People's Party again won, and its leader, Aznar became Prime Minister.
The political course Aznar called the new conservatism. In his election program featured such items, . how to ensure economic stability, . 'modernization of Spain', . Tax Reform, . creating a professional army, . downsizing, . combating corruption and Basque separatism and terrorism,
. Aznar, one of the first European politicians expressed support for Russia's policy aimed at combating separatism and terrorism in Chechnya.