XIV Legislature

Government from January 2020 to January 27, 2021

Following the general elections of 10 November 2019, the the Lower House of Parliament ratifies the investiture of Pedro Sánchez as President of the Government on 7 January 2020.

On 8 January, the Royal Decree confirming his appointment is published in the Official State Gazette (Spanish acronym: BOE). He takes the oath on the same day before the King at Zarzuela Palace.

On 12 January, the President outlines the composition of new government and it was published in the Official State Gazette the following day.

On 13 January, Sánchez attends swearing in of cabinet members by King, and on 14 January, chairs first Council of Ministers of 14th Legislature.

Composition of the Government

  • President of the Government of Spain: Pedro Sánchez Pérez-Castejón
  • Vice-President of the Government and Minister for the Presidency, Parliamentary Relations and Democratic Memory: Carmen Calvo Poyato
  • Vice-President of the Government and Minister for Social Rights and 2030 Agenda: Pablo Iglesias Turrión
  • Vice-President of the Government and Minister for Economic Affairs and Digital Transformation: Nadia Calviño Santamaría
  • Vice-President of the Government and Minister for Ecological Transition and Demographic Challenge: Teresa Ribera Rodríguez
  • Minister for Foreign Affairs, European Union and Cooperation: Arancha González Laya
  • Minister for Justice: Juan Carlos Campo Moreno
  • Minister for Defence: Margarita Robles Fernández
  • Government Spokesperson and Minister for the Treasury: María Jesús Montero Cuadrado
  • Minister for Home Affairs: Fernando Grande-Marlaska Gómez
  • Minister for Transport, Mobility and Urban Agenda: José Luis Ábalos Meco
  • Minister for Education and Vocational Training: Isabel Celaá Diéguez
  • Minister for Work and Social Economy: Yolanda Díaz Pérez
  • Minister for Industry, Trade and Tourism: Reyes Maroto Illera
  • Minister for Agriculture, Fisheries and Food: Luis Planas Puchades
  • Minister for Territorial Policy and Public Function: Carolina Darias San Sebastián
  • Minister for Culture and Sport: José Manuel Rodríguez Uribes
  • Minister for Health: Salvador Illa Roca
  • Minister for Science and Innovation: Pedro Duque Duque
  • Minister for Equality: Irene Montero Gil
  • Minister for Consumer Affairs: Alberto Garzón Espinosa
  • Minister for Inclusion, Social Security and Migration: José Luis Escrivá Belmonte
  • Minister for Universities: Manuel Castells Oliván

Government of 27 January 2021 to 31 March 2021

Pool Moncloa / Fernando CalvoOn January 26, 2021, the President of the Government of Spain announces the the changes in the composition of the Government of Spain.

As a result of the departure of the current Minister for Health, Salvador Illa, who stood in the elections in Catalonia on 14 February as candidate, on January 25, 2021 he ceases in his post and is replaced by the Minister for Territorial Policy and Public Function, Carolina Darias, while Miquel Iceta became new Minister for Territorial Policy and Public Function.

The Official Gazette of the State (BOE) publishes the Royal Decree with the appointment of the two ministers on January 27. They took their oaths of office before King Felipe VI of Spain on the same day at the Palacio de la Zarzuela.

The Government is composed as follows:

  • President of the Government of Spain: Pedro Sánchez Pérez-Castejón
  • Vice-President of the Government and Minister for the Presidency, Parliamentary Relations and Democratic Memory: Carmen Calvo Poyato
  • Vice-President of the Government and Minister for Social Rights and 2030 Agenda: Pablo Iglesias Turrión
  • Vice-President of the Government and Minister for Economic Affairs and Digital Transformation: Nadia Calviño Santamaría
  • Vice-President of the Government and Minister for Ecological Transition and Demographic Challenge: Teresa Ribera Rodríguez
  • Minister for Foreign Affairs, European Union and Cooperation: Arancha González Laya
  • Minister for Justice: Juan Carlos Campo Moreno
  • Minister for Defence: Margarita Robles Fernández
  • Government Spokesperson and Minister for the Treasury: María Jesús Montero Cuadrado
  • Minister for Home Affairs: Fernando Grande-Marlaska Gómez
  • Minister for Transport, Mobility and Urban Agenda: José Luis Ábalos Meco
  • Minister for Education and Vocational Training: Isabel Celaá Diéguez
  • Minister for Work and Social Economy: Yolanda Díaz Pérez
  • Minister for Industry, Trade and Tourism: Reyes Maroto Illera
  • Minister for Agriculture, Fisheries and Food: Luis Planas Puchades
  • Minister for Territorial Policy and Public Function: Miquel Octavi Iceta i Llorens
  • Minister for Culture and Sport: José Manuel Rodríguez Uribes
  • Minister for Health: Carolina Darias San Sebastián
  • Minister for Science and Innovation: Pedro Duque Duque
  • Minister for Equality: Irene Montero Gil
  • Minister for Consumer Affairs: Alberto Garzón Espinosa
  • Minister for Inclusion, Social Security and Migration: José Luis Escrivá Belmonte
  • Minister for Universities: Manuel Castells Oliván

Government of 31 March 2021 to 12 July 2021

On 30 March 2021, the President of the Government of Spain announced the reshuffle of his Cabinet.

The renewal of the Executive comes after the resignation of the second vice-president, minister of Social Rights and 2030 Agenda to run in the regional election of the Community of Madrid. Nadia Calviño replaced him as second vice-president and retains her position as Minister of Economy and Digital Transformation. Ione Belarra, takes over the portfolio for Social Rights and 2030 Agenda. Yolanda Díaz retains her portfolio for Work and Social Economy and is appointed third vice-president.

The Official State Gazette (BOE) published a Royal Decree on 31 March 2021 with the new appointments, who swore their oath to the King in the Zarzuela Palace and took office.

The Government is composed as follows:

  • President of the Government of Spain: Pedro Sánchez Pérez-Castejón
  • Vice-President of the Government and Minister for the Presidency, Parliamentary Relations and Democratic Memory: Carmen Calvo Poyato
  • Vice-President of the Government and Minister for Economic Affairs and Digital Transformation: Nadia Calviño Santamaría
  • Vice-President of the Government and Minister for Minister for Work and Social Economy: Yolanda Díaz Pérez
  • Vice-President of the Government and Minister for Ecological Transition and Demographic Challenge: Teresa Ribera Rodríguez
  • Minister for Foreign Affairs, European Union and Cooperation: Arancha González Laya
  • Minister for Justice: Juan Carlos Campo Moreno
  • Minister for Defence: Margarita Robles Fernández
  • Government Spokesperson and Minister for the Treasury: María Jesús Montero Cuadrado
  • Minister for Home Affairs: Fernando Grande-Marlaska Gómez
  • Minister for Transport, Mobility and Urban Agenda: José Luis Ábalos Meco
  • Minister for Education and Vocational Training: Isabel Celaá Diéguez
  • Minister for Industry, Trade and Tourism: Reyes Maroto Illera
  • Minister for Agriculture, Fisheries and Food: Luis Planas Puchades
  • Minister for Territorial Policy and Public Function: Miguel Octavi Iceta i Llorens
  • Minister for Culture and Sport: José Manuel Rodríguez Uribes
  • Minister for Health: Carolina Darias San Sebastián
  • Minister for Social Rights and 2030 Agenda: Ione Belarra Urteaga
  • Minister for Science and Innovation: Pedro Duque Duque
  • Minister for Equality: Irene Montero Gil
  • Minister for Consumer Affairs: Alberto Garzón Espinosa
  • Minister for Inclusion, Social Security and Migration: José Luis Escrivá Belmonte
  • Minister for Universities: Manuel Castells Oliván

Government from 12 July 2021 to the present

Foto: © Casa de S.M. el ReyPedro Sánchez announced the renewal of his Government on 10 July 2021. On 12 July, the Official State Gazette published the restructuring of ministerial departments and vice-presidencies, as well as the appointments and resignations of members of the Executive.

On the same day, the new vice-presidents and ministers swore their oath to the King at the Zarzuela Palace and took up their respective portfolios at the ministerial offices.

The new Government is composed as follows:

  • President of the Government of Spain, Pedro Sánchez Pérez-Castejón
  • First Vice-President of the Government of Spain and Minister for the Economy and Digital Transformation, Nadia Calviño Santamaría
  • Second Vice-President of the Government of Spain and Minister for Work and Social Economy, Yolanda Díaz Pérez
  • Third Vice-President of the Government of Spain and Minister for Ecological Transition and Demographic Challenge, Teresa Ribera Rodríguez
  • Minister for Foreign Affairs, European Union and Cooperation, José Manuel Albares Bueno
  • Minister for Justice, Pilar Llop Cuenca
  • Minister for Defence, Margarita Robles Fernández
  • Minister for Treasury and Public Function, María Jesús Montero Cuadrado
  • Minister for Home Affairs, Fernando Grande-Marlaska Gómez
  • Minister for Transport, Mobility and Urban Agenda, Raquel Sánchez Jiménez
  • Minister for Education and Vocational Training, Pilar Alegría Continente
  • Minister for Industry, Trade and Tourism, Reyes Maroto Illera
  • Minister for Agriculture, Fisheries and Food, Luis Planas Puchades
  • Minister for the Presidency, Parliamentary Relations and Democratic Memory, Félix Bolaños García
  • Minister for Territorial Policy and Government Spokesperson, Isabel Rodríguez García
  • Minister for Culture and Sport, Miquel Iceta Llorens
  • Minister for Health, Carolina Darias San Sebastián
  • Minister for Social Rights and 2030 Agenda, Ione Belarra Urteaga
  • Minister for Science and Innovation, Diana Morant Ripoll
  • Minister for Equality, Irene Montero Gil
  • Minister for Consumer Affairs, Alberto Garzón Espinosa
  • Minister for Inclusion, Social Security and Migration, José Luis Escrivá Belmonte
  • Minister for Universities, Manuel Castells Oliván

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