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Cabinet from December 1989 to May 1990. Group photo together with the King and Queen.

07/12/1989

Cabinet from December 1989 to May 1990

Felipe González Márquez is once again re-elected as President of the Government following the general elections on 29 October 1989. The Lower House of Parliament ratifies his investiture on 5 December.

The Royal Decree confirming his appointment is published in the Official State Gazette (Spanish acronym: BOE) on 6 December 1989 and he takes the oath before the King at Zarzuela Palace.

The Royal Decrees confirming the appointment of the Vice-President of the Government and the new cabinet ministers are published in the BOE on 7 December. They are all officially sworn in or take the oath before the King on the same day.

  • President of the Government: Felipe González Márquez.
  • Vice-President of the Government: Alfonso Guerra González
  • Minister for Foreign Affairs: Francisco Fernández Ordóñez
  • Minister for Justice: Enrique Múgica Herzog
  • Minister for Defence: Narcís Serra i Serra
  • Minister for Economic Affairs and the Treasury: Carlos Solchaga Catalán
  • Minister for Home Affairs: José Luis Corcuera Cuesta
  • Minister for Public Works and Urban Development: Javier Luis Sáenz Cosculluela
  • Minister for Education and Science: Javier Solana Madariaga
  • Minister for Employment and Social Security: Manuel Chaves González
  • Minister for Industry and Energy: José Claudio Aranzadi Martínez
  • Minister for Agriculture, Fisheries and Food: Carlos Romero Herrera
  • Minister for the Public Administration Services: Joaquín Almunia Amann
  • Minister for Transport, Tourism and Communications: José Barrionuevo Peña
  • Minister for Culture: Jorge Semprún y Maura
  • Minister for Health and Consumption: Julián García Vargas
  • Minister for Parliamentary Relations and Government Secretariat: Virgilio Zapatero Gómez
  • Minister for Social Affairs: Matilde Fernández Sanz
  • Government Spokesperson: Rosa Conde Gutiérrez del Álamo

Cabinet from May 1990 to January 1991

The first cabinet reshuffle of the 4th Legislature takes place on 2 May 1990.

The Royal Decree confirming the change of the Minister for Employment and Social Security is published on the same day in the Official State Gazette.

  • President of the Government: Felipe González Márquez
  • Vice-President of the Government: Alfonso Guerra González
  • Minister for Foreign Affairs: Francisco Fernández Ordóñez
  • Minister for Justice: Enrique Múgica Herzog
  • Minister for Defence: Narcís Serra i Serra
  • Minister for Economic Affairs and the Treasury: Carlos Solchaga Catalán
  • Minister for Home Affairs: José Luis Corcuera Cuesta
  • Minister for Public Works and Urban Development: Javier Luis Sáenz Cosculluela
  • Minister for Education and Science: Javier Solana Madariaga
  • Minister for Employment and Social Security: Luis Martínez Noval
  • Minister for Industry and Energy: José Claudio Aranzadi Martínez
  • Minister for Agriculture, Fisheries and Food: Carlos Romero Herrera
  • Minister for the Public Administration Services: Joaquín Almunia Amann
  • Minister for Transport, Tourism and Communications: José Barrionuevo Peña
  • Minister for Culture: Jorge Semprún y Maura
  • Minister for Health and Consumption: Julián García Vargas
  • Minister for Parliamentary Relations and Government Secretariat: Virgilio Zapatero Gómez
  • Minister for Social Affairs: Matilde Fernández Sanz
  • Government Spokesperson: Rosa Conde Gutiérrez del Álamo

Cabinet from January 1991 to March 1991

A Royal Decree is published on 15 January 1991 in the Official State Gazette confirming the resignation of the Vice-President of the Government, Alfonso Guerra González.

The cabinet is thus formed as follows:

  • President of the Government: Felipe González Márquez
  • Minister for Foreign Affairs: Francisco Fernández Ordóñez
  • Minister for Justice: Enrique Múgica Herzog
  • Minister for Defence: Narcís Serra i Serra
  • Minister for Economic Affairs and the Treasury: Carlos Solchaga Catalán
  • Minister for Home Affairs: José Luis Corcuera Cuesta
  • Minister for Public Works and Urban Development: Javier Luis Sáenz Cosculluela
  • Minister for Education and Science: Javier Solana Madariaga
  • Minister for Employment and Social Security: Luis Martínez Noval
  • Minister for Industry and Energy: José Claudio Aranzadi Martínez
  • Minister for Agriculture, Fisheries and Food: Carlos Romero Herrera
  • Minister for the Public Administration Services: Joaquín Almunia Amann
  • Minister for Transport, Tourism and Communications: José Barrionuevo Peña
  • Minister for Culture: Jorge Semprún y Maura
  • Minister for Health and Consumption: Julián García Vargas
  • Minister for Parliamentary Relations and Government Secretariat: Virgilio Zapatero Gómez
  • Minister for Social Affairs: Matilde Fernández Sanz
  • Government Spokesperson: Rosa Conde Gutiérrez del Álamo

Cabinet from March 1991 to January 1992

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A Royal Decree is published on 13 March 1991 in the Official State Gazette appointing a new Vice-President of the Government and another confirming the appointment of various cabinet ministers.

Following the third cabinet reshuffle of this legislature, the government formation is as follows:

  • President of the Government: Felipe González Márquez.
  • Vice-President of the Government: Narcís Serra i Serra.
  • Minister for Foreign Affairs: Francisco Fernández Ordóñez.
  • Minister for Justice: Tomás de la Quadra-Salcedo y Fernández del Castillo
  • Minister for Defence: Julián García Vargas
  • Minister for Economic Affairs and the Treasury: Carlos Solchaga Catalán
  • Minister for Home Affairs: José Luis Corcuera Cuesta
  • Minister for Public Works and Transport: Josep Borrell Fontelles
  • Minister for Education and Science: Javier Solana Madariaga
  • Minister for Employment and Social Security: Luis Martínez Noval
  • Minister for Industry, Trade and Tourism: José Claudio Aranzadi Martínez
  • Minister for Agriculture, Fisheries and Food: Pedro Solbes Mira
  • Minister for the Public Administration Services: Juan Manuel Eguiagaray Ucelay
  • Minister for Culture: Jordi Solé Tura
  • Minister for Health and Consumption: Julián García Valverde
  • Minister for Parliamentary Relations and Government Secretariat: Virgilio Zapatero Gómez
  • Minister for Social Affairs: Matilde Fernández Sanz
  • Government Spokesperson: Rosa Conde Gutiérrez del Álamo

Cabinet from January 1992 to June 1992

A Royal Decree is published on 15 January 1992 in the Official State Gazette confirming the appointment of the new Minister for Health and Consumption.

The new cabinet is thus formed as follows:

  • President of the Government: Felipe González Márquez
  • Vice-President of the Government: Narcís Serra i Serra
  • Minister for Foreign Affairs: Francisco Fernández Ordóñez
  • Minister for Justice: Tomás de la Quadra-Salcedo y Fernández del Castillo
  • Minister for Defence: Julián García Vargas
  • Minister for Economic Affairs and the Treasury: Carlos Solchaga Catalán
  • Minister for Home Affairs: José Luis Corcuera Cuesta
  • Minister for Public Works and Transport: Josep Borrell Fontelles
  • Minister for Education and Science: Javier Solana Madariaga
  • Minister for Employment and Social Security: Luis Martínez Noval
  • Minister for Industry, Trade and Tourism: José Claudio Aranzadi Martínez
  • Minister for Agriculture, Fisheries and Food: Pedro Solbes Mira
  • Minister for the Public Administration Services: Juan Manuel Eguiagaray Ucelay
  • Minister for Culture: Jordi Solé Tura
  • Minister for Health and Consumption: José Antonio Griñán Martínez
  • Minister for Parliamentary Relations and Government Secretariat: Virgilio Zapatero Gómez
  • Minister for Social Affairs: Matilde Fernández Sanz
  • Government Spokesperson: Rosa Conde Gutiérrez del Álamo

Cabinet from June 1992 to July 1993

 

EFEThe Royal Decrees affecting two ministerial departments are published on 24 June 1992 in the Official State Gazette in the last cabinet reshuffle of the legislature.

The new ministers take the oath before the King at Zarzuela Palace on the same day.

  • President of the Government: Felipe González Márquez
  • Vice-President of the Government: Narcís Serra i Serra
  • Minister for Foreign Affairs: Javier Solana Madariaga
  • Minister for Justice: Tomás de la Quadra-Salcedo y Fernández del Castillo
  • Minister for Defence: Julián García Vargas
  • Minister for Economic Affairs and the Treasury: Carlos Solchaga Catalán
  • Minister for Home Affairs: José Luis Corcuera Cuesta
  • Minister for Public Works and Transport: Josep Borrell Fontelles
  • Minister for Education and Science: Alfredo Pérez Rubalcaba
  • Minister for Employment and Social Security: Luis Martínez Noval
  • Minister for Industry, Trade and Tourism: José Claudio Aranzadi Martínez
  • Minister for Agriculture, Fisheries and Food: Pedro Solbes Mira
  • Minister for the Public Administration Services: Juan Manuel Eguiagaray Ucelay
  • Minister for Culture: Jordi Solé Tura
  • Minister for Health and Consumption: José Antonio Griñán Martínez
  • Minister for Parliamentary Relations and Government Secretariat: Virgilio Zapatero Gómez
  • Minister for Social Affairs: Matilde Fernández Sanz
  • Government Spokesperson: Rosa Conde Gutiérrez del Álamo