Leonese People's Union
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|Leonese People's Union
Unión del Pueblo Leonés
|Headquarters||Avda. República Argentina, 13 bis-1º, 24004 León|
|Youth wing||Leonesist Youth|
|European Parliament group||None|
|Corts of Castile and León|
|Congress of Deputies|
The Leonese People's Union (Spanish: Unión del Pueblo Leonés, UPL) is a regional political party in Castilla y León, Spain. UPL strives to establish a separate autonomous community (Comunidad Autónoma de León or Autonomous Community of León) for the provinces of León, Zamora and Salamanca (parts of the old Kingdom of León), now in the Autonomous Community of Castilla y León.
UPL was founded in 1986 by a group of people coming from different León regionalist movements and various state-wide parties (Popular Alliance, Union of the Democratic Centre, Spanish Socialist Workers' Party). Initially it was known as Leonesist Union (Unión Leonesista, UNLE). It adopted its current name in 1991, when José María Rodríguez de Francisco took over the leadership of the party. In the municipality of León the party obtained three seats in the municipal council. It also won one seat in the provincial council.
In the last municipal elections in 2007, UPL obtained 10.88% and three seats in the municipal council of León. In the last Castile and León autonomic elections the same year, it obtained 2.69% of the votes and two seats over 83.