Agustín Rosety

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BornMarch 26, 1947

Agustín Rosety Fernández de Castro, born (1947-03-26)March 26, 1947, is a Spain politician, representing Vox (political party).


A retired general, in 2018, Agustín Rosety signed a text exalting Francisco Franco signed by a number of former military commanders. The text justified the Spanish coup of July 1936 against the Second Spanish Republic[1].

At the April 2019 Spanish general election, he was elected to the Congress of Deputies for the 13th Cortes Generales in Cádiz (Congress of Deputies constituency) [2]. He was reelected at the November 2019 Spanish general election for the 14th Cortes Generales.


  1. "Excandidatos de Fuerza Nueva, neonazis de Democracia Nacional, firmantes del texto de exaltación a Franco: analizamos a los 52 diputados de Vox". Contrainformación (in español). 2019-11-12.
  2. Roberto Ballesteros (28 April 2019), "Abogadas, militares, ex del PP... Así son los diputados que Vox coloca en el Congreso", El Confidencial (in Spanish), retrieved 3 May 2019{{citation}}: CS1 maint: unrecognized language (link).

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