Felipe González, the longest-standing Spanish President with fourteen years in office, is a sough-after speaker worldwide. Two of the cornerstones of his policy were the integration of Spain in the European Union and that of being a pioneer in European relationships with Latin America, an aspiration in which he was a pioneer. González fostered and strengthened this relationship opening new fields of cooperation and laying the ground for today’s mutual collaboration.
His time in office was also defined by very significant reforms such as the instalment of free Public Education, making a university education more accessible to all and the establishment of a wide-ranging Social Security system including Universal Healthcare. He also carried out a major industrial refurbishment plan as well as the army reform towards full professionalism.
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