Remigio Cabello

Remigio Cabello
Portrait circa 1911
President of the Spanish Socialist Workers' Party
In office
Preceded byJulián Besteiro
Succeeded byFrancisco Largo Caballero
Member of the Congress of Deputies
In office
Personal details
Valladolid, Spain
Died16 May 1936
Madrid, Spain
Political partyPSOE

Remigio Cabello Toral (1869–1936) was a Spanish typesetter and politician, member of the Spanish Socialist Workers' Party (PSOE).


Born in Valladolid in 1869, Cabello was one of the founders of the Valladolid's Socialist Grouping back in 1894. He earned a seat as Valladolid municipal councillor in 1911. He became the chairman of the PSOE in 1931, following the renunciation of Julián Besteiro. He was replaced at the helm of the party by Francisco Largo Caballero, subsequently becoming deputy chairman. He was elected as member of the Republican Cortes at the 1931 general election in representation of Valladolid, commanding 30,718 votes. He died in Madrid on 16 May 1936.

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