España 2000 is a social patriot political party of Spain. At present they are without parliamentary representation, but they have a growing presence in Valencia and a minor presence currently in Catalonia, Granada, Navarra, Sevilla and Madrid.
España 2000 advocates a mixture of socialism and conservatism centering around the defense of the traditional family, tighter control of Spanish borders to prevent illegal immigration, creation of a public banking system, more social spendings, better salaries and labor conditions for the working class, fight against economic and real state speculation, abolition of the D'Hondt method and stablishment of a more democratic voting system, more investment in the police and military as well as in public educaction and protected housing, priority for native Spaniards to gain access to jobs, and the immediate expulsion of illegal immigrants. They share values set forth by the Vatican with most of the conservative parties in Latin Europe, like Partido Popular in Spain or Popolo della Libertà in Italy, although right-wing Catholic parties tend to distance themselves from them, given the relationship their leader has with the prostitution business.
Its leaders are José Luis Roberto (lawyer and general secretary of the Asociación Nacional de Empresarios de Locales de Alterne (ANELA, Spain's largest pimp syndicate) and Salvador Gamborino.