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Ana Botella

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Residence  Madrid, Spain
Succeeded by  Manuela Carmena
Name  Ana Botella

Nationality  Spanish
Role  Former Mayor of Madrid
Political party  People's Party
Children  Ana Aznar Botella
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Born  July 23, 1954 (age 61) Madrid, Spain (1954-07-23)
Alma mater  Complutense University of Madrid
Spouse  Jose Maria Aznar (m. 1977)
Previous office  Mayor of Madrid (2011–2015)
Education  Complutense University of Madrid
Grandchildren  Alejandro Agag, Rodrigo Agag, Pelayo Agag, Alonso Agag
Similar People  Jose Maria Aznar, Esperanza Aguirre, Alberto Ruiz‑Gallardon, Manuela Carmena, Ana Aznar Botella

Preceded by  Manuel Cobo (interim)

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Ana Botella Serrano (born 23 July 1953) is a Spanish politician belonging to the Spanish People's Party and the first female mayor of Madrid, from December 2011 to June 2015.


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Political career

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She was sworn in as mayor on 27 December 2011, after having been deputy mayor to Alberto Ruiz-Gallardón, mayor of the capital from 2003, who had resigned to serve as Justice Minister in the new government formed by Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy. She was not elected to the office of mayor and was, in effect, appointed, which caused considerable controversy as to her legitimacy.

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Botella has served on the Madrid City Council since 2003 where, as well as being deputy mayor, she also headed the Departments of Social Services (2003-2007) and of the Environment (2007-2011). She was criticised for failure to tackle Madrid's air pollution which frequently exceeded permitted levels while she was responsible for the city's environment. Botella was a outspoken climate change skeptic.

On 9 September 2014 Ana Botella called a press conference after having cancelled all her appointments where she announced that she would not be running in the May 2015 municipal elections for mayor.

Family life

Botella and former Spanish prime minister José María Aznar married have been married since 1977 and have three children: José María, Ana, and Alonso. Her daughter married Alejandro Agag at the royal site of El Escorial on 5 September 2002. Ana Botella has four grandchildren by her daughter.


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