Catalonia Government 2006–10 term of office

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The Catalan Government of 2006-2010 term of office was the composition of the Government of Catalonia for the 8th Legislature from November 29, 2006 to December 29, 2010.

President of the Generalitat José Montilla Aguilera PSC
Vice President of the Government Josep-Lluís Carod-Rovira ERC
Ministry Minister Affiliation
Minister of Home Affairs, Institutional Relations and Participation[1] Joan Saura i Laporta ICV-EUiA
Minister of Justice Montserrat Tura i Camafreita PSC
Minister of Governance and Public Administration Joan Puigcercós i Boixassa (until March 12, 2008)
Jordi Ausàs i Coll
ERC
Minister of Economy and Finance Antoni Castells i Oliveres PSC
Minister of Innovation, Universities and Business Josep Huguet i Biosca ERC
Minister of Employment Maria del Mar Serna i Calvo Indep. by PSC
Minister of Health Marina Geli i Fàbrega PSC
Minister of Education Ernest Maragall i Mira PSC
Minister of Culture and the Media Joan Manuel Tresserras i Gaju Indep. by ERC
Minister of Social Action and Citizenship Carme Capdevila i Palau ERC
Minister of Town and Country Planning Joaquim Nadal i Farreras PSC
Minister of Agriculture, Food and Rural Action Joaquim Llena i Cortina PSC
Minister of the Environment and Housing Francesc Baltasar i Albesa ICV-EUiA
Secretary of the Government Laia Bonet Rull PSC
Government Spokesperson Aurora Massip i Treig (since July 4, 2007) Independent

References[edit]

  1. ^ Department d'Interior in Catalan; Home Affairs is the "official" translation according to the Generalitat. Public Safety perhaps better capture the "idea" of the department, but Interior Department is frequently used in the English-language media for similarly named agencies in other governments despite the fact that, for example, the U.S. Department of the Interior has a much different portfolio.
Preceded by
Catalonia Government 2003-2006 term of office
Catalonia Government
2006–2010
Succeeded by
Catalonia Government 2010-2014 term of office