Gabriel Rufián Romero is a Spanish politician and activist. In the Spanish general election of 2015 he led the Republican Left of Catalonia, a pro-independence electoral party. He is also a member of the secretariat of the Assemblea Nacional Catalana and a member of Súmate, two other pro-independence groups. In the 2016 general election, he was elected to the Spanish Cortes Generales for the constituency of Barcelona. On 20 September 2017, in support of the Catalan referendum on independence on 1 October, he told Mariano Rajoy to "take his dirty hands off Catalan institutions", after the Judiciary of Spain arrested several Catalan politicians as part of Operation Anubis. Later he and several other Catalan politicians walked out of the parliament in protest. In September 2018, Rufián was part of a one-hour question time directed towards the premier José María Aznar.
|Born:||Feb 8, 1982, Santa Coloma de Gramanet, Spain|
|Political party:||Republican Left of Catalonia|
|Alma mater:||Pompeu Fabra University|
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About Gabriel Rufián
Politician and activist who was elected Deputy Spokesperson of the Republican Esquerra Group in Congress in 2016.
He holds a master's degree in Human Resources Management from Pompeu Fabra University
He belongs to the Sumate platform, which fights for Catalonia's independence.
He and his wife Mireia Varela had a son, Biel, in 2010.
He has actively spoken out against Mariano Rajoy for his control of Catalonia.
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- Pompeu Fabra University alumni
- Members of the 12th Congress of Deputies (Spain)
- Catalan politicians