| Gabriel Urralburu|
| Javier Otano|
| Juan Cruz Alli Aranguren|
21 September 1942 (age 73)
Pamplona, Navarre, Spain (1942-09-21)
Navarrese People's Union, Democrats Convergence of Navarre
Juan Cruz Alli Wikipedia
Juan Cruz Alli Aranguren (born 21 September 1942) is a Spanish politician and former President of Navarre between 1991 and 1995 and again for a few months in 1996.
He was a professor at the Law Faculty of Burgos in the University of Valladolid and is permanent professor of Administrative Law at the public University of Navarra. He was previously a member of the City Council of Pamplona and a lawyer.
His entry into politics was through the Provincial Social Democratic Party founded by Jaime del Burgo who joined in Union of Democratic Center in 1977. He then moved to Union del Pueblo Navarro (UPN), holding the positions of councilman of Pamplona between 1983 and 1987, leasehold parliamentarian from 1987 to 1995 and president of the Government of Navarra between 1991 and 1995. There he advocated carry UPN more centrist and less intransigent positions in its navarrismo, advocating a better understanding with the Basque Country and Basque nationalism in general, the definition of Navarra as a nation and UPN as Navarre nationalist party, and the federalist constitutional reform as a solution to the problems of integration which defines Spain as a nation of nations.