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Jesús Julio Carnero

Jesús Julio Carnero
Jesús Julio Carnero
Minister of Agriculture, Livestock and Rural Development
In office
17 July 2019 – 20 April 2022
Preceded byMilagros Marcos
Succeeded byGerardo Dueñas
President of the Deputation of Valladolid
In office
22 June 2011 – 28 June 2019
Preceded byRamiro Ruiz Medrano
Succeeded byConrado Íscar
Mayor of Valladolid
Assumed office
18 June 2023
Preceded byÓscar Puente
Personal details
Jesús Julio Carnero García

(1964-03-05) 5 March 1964 (age 60)
Aspariegos, Spain
Political partyPeople's Party
Alma materUniversity of Valladolid

Jesús Julio Carnero García (born 5 March 1964)[1] is a Spanish People's Party (PP) politician.

Born in Aspariegos, Province of Zamora, Castile and León, Carnero graduated in law from the University of Valladolid.[1]

Carnero spent 80 days in hospital, of which 61 in intensive care and 35 in a coma, from June 2021 during the COVID-19 pandemic. He had three near-death experiences from pneumonia during that time.[1]

In January 2023, Carnero was chosen as the PP candidate for mayor of Valladolid in the May elections.[2] His party won 11 of 27 seats on the city council, the same as the Spanish Socialist Workers' Party (PSOE) of incumbent mayor Óscar Puente, who received marginally more votes.[3] The PP reached an agreement with the three councillors of Vox to form a majority government, in which Vox leader Irene Carvajal became deputy mayor.[4]

He was elected to the 15th Senate of Spain in the 2023 Spanish general election from Valladolid.[5]


  1. ^ a b c Fernández, J. I. (11 January 2023). "Jesús Julio Carnero, el hombre perseverante y de diálogo que estuvo tres veces a punto de morir" [Jesús Julio Carnero, the persevering man of dialogue who nearly died three times]. El Español (in Spanish). Retrieved 18 June 2023.
  2. ^ "Jesús Julio Carnero será el candidato del PP en Valladolid" [Jesús Julio Carnero will be the PP candidate in Valladolid]. El Día de Valladolid (in Spanish). 11 January 2023. Retrieved 18 June 2023.
  3. ^ Blanco, Javier (28 May 2023). "La izquierda liderada por Óscar Puente pierde la mayoría en Valladolid" [Left led by Óscar Puente loses majority in Valladolid]. La Razón (in Spanish). Retrieved 18 June 2023.
  4. ^ "PP y Vox llegan a un acuerdo para gobernar el Ayuntamiento de Valladolid" [PP and Vox reach an agreement to govern Valladolid City Council]. (in Spanish). 15 June 2023. Retrieved 18 June 2023.
  5. ^ Valladolid, Diario de (17 June 2023). "Valladolid estrena el cuarto alcalde de la democracia: Jesús Julio Carnero". Diario de Valladolid (in Spanish). Retrieved 23 August 2023.
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