Tricio

Alfaro, Anguiano, Arnedo, Calahorra, Cervera, Ezcaray, Haro, Logroño, Nájera, Camero Nuevo, Santo Domingo de la Calzada, Camero Viejo

Tricio is a municipality of around 360 residents, with a maximum population in the modern period of around 870 people in 1910. The municipality was founded before 154 CE, when the town was known for being opposed to Roman rule. In almost the whole post-Franco period, the town hall has been in the hands of Partido Popular with the PSOE and Partido Riojano+ only coming into office for the first time in 2019.

History

After same-sex marriage became law, Tricio first aedile Carlos Benito indicated hesitation around it, saying, “I am closer to ‘no’ than ‘yes,’.”[1]

Works Cited

La Rioja. (2005, September 12). ¡VIVAN LAS NOVIAS! “LOS ALCALDES DEL PP CUMPLIREMOS LA LEY”. InfoGays. Retrieved from https://inforgay.blogspot.com/2005/09/vivan-las-novias-los-alcaldes-del-pp.html


[1] (La Rioja, 2005)

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