Minguella at a Euclean Conference in 2017
|Leader of the Alliance of Conservatives and Democrats for Euclea|
|Assumed office |
24 June 2014
|Preceded by||Jurren Diele|
|Member of the Euclean Parliament|
|Assumed office |
20 June 2002
Ramon Minguella i Casasnova
6 February 1955
Ramon Minguella i Casasnova (born 6 February 1955) is a Floren politician, and the current leader of the Alliance of Conservatives and Democrats for Euclea in the Euclean Parliament. He is a Member of the Euclean Parliament for the Floren constituency of Remana.
Born in 1955 to devout working class parents in Demora, Mingeulla's early life was dominated by his conflict between his faith and his class interests. From a young age, however, he became an admirer of Raimon Orió Cabedo-Mascort, and his attempts to reconcile the Catholic way of life with that of the welfare state and moderate syndicalism. He joined the Catholic Democrats when he came of age in 1973, while working as a dockworker in Tirosa. The PDC recognised his political clout however, and he soon became a party worker.
By 2002, Minguella had stood unsuccessfully as a candidate for the PDC on a number of lists in CTS-dominated areas. He then requested to stand in the upcoming Euclean parliamentary elections, citing his commitment to the Euclean ideal. He won his constituency, and has represented Remana since. While in the EucloParl, he supported a number of bills, including those that pushed for closer Euclean integration. In the aftermath of the 2014 elections, he was elected as leader of the ACDE.
As ACDE leader, Minguella has been heavily involved in Euclean affairs. He has been broadly supportive of Euclean President Alexis Walker, and has indicated his continued support for further integration, up to and including Euclofederalism.