It's important to realize that the terrorists will do all they can to disrupt the upcoming U.S. electionSpain's ex-PM: expects election attacks May 16, 2004
The results of the elections in Spain would have been different if not for what happened on March 11Spain's ex-PM: expects election attacks May 16, 2004
They've told me, you're not very pleasant, in fact you're a bit authoritarianAznar: I don't mind not being liked Mar 08, 2004
The seven lost their lives doing their duty as professional soldiers, good soldiers working for peace and securitySpain, Japan vow to continue in Iraq Nov 30, 2003
The end result of the conference should contribute to restoring stability to Iraq and the whole region and helping Iraq integrate in the free international communityHopes high for new, democratic Iraq Oct 24, 2003
José María Alfredo Aznar López (Spanish pronunciation: ( listen); born 25 February 1953) served as the Prime Minister of Spain from 1996 to 2004. He is currently on the board of directors of News Corporation.
Aznar, born in Madrid in 1953, is the son of Manuel Aznar Acedo, army official, journalist and radio broadcaster, and grandson of Manuel Aznar Zubigaray, a prominent journalist during the Franco era. Both father and grandfather held governmental positions during the years of Spain under Franco. He studied law at the Complutense University of Madrid, graduating in 1975, becoming a Spanish Tax Authority inspector in 1976.
As a teenager, Aznar was a member of the Frente de Estudiantes Sindicalistas (FES), a Student Union supporting the Falange, Franco's one-party fascist organization. After 1977 it would become Falange Española Independiente (FEI).