Gobierno de Extremadura
|Gobierno de Extremadura||Cabinet in 2007|
|Kind||Government of an Autonomous Community|
|headquarters||Conventual Santiaguista (Mérida)
|President||José Antonio Monago Terraza|
|Vice president||Cristina Elena Teniente Sánchez|
The Gobierno de Extremadura (formerly Junta de Extremadura) is the collegial body that performs the functions of the Government of the Autonomous Community of Extremadura. Also, in accordance with the general guidelines of the President, establishes policy and directs the administration of the Autonomous Region exercises the executive and regulatory powers under the Spanish Constitution and the Statute of Extremadura. Its headquarters, according to Article 5 of the Statute of Autonomy, is in Mérida, capital of Extremadura.
Extremadura Board comprises the President, Vice President or Vice Presidents, if any, and ministers (regional ministers). Each minister is in charge of a Ministry and are freely appointed and dismissed by the President, reporting to the Assembly of Extremadura.
Currently the President of the Junta de Extremadura, José Antonio Monago Terraza was elected after the elections of May 22, 2011. For 24 years the president was Juan Carlos Rodríguez Ibarra. The current government of Extremadura is composed of the following directors.
|President||José Antonio Monago Terraza||People's Party (Spain)|
|Vice President, Spokesperson and Department of Labour, Business and Research||Cristina Elena Teniente Sánchez||People's Party (Spain)|
|Department of Public Administration||Pedro Tomás Nevado-Batalla Moreno||People's Party (Spain)|
|Department of Economy and Finance||Antonio Fernández Fernández||People's Party (Spain)|
|Department of Development, Housing, Planning and Tourism||Víctor Gerardo del Moral||People's Party (Spain)|
|Department of Education and Culture||Trinidad Nogales Besarrate||People's Party (Spain)|
|Department of Agriculture, Rural Development, Environment and Energy||José Antonio Echávarri||People's Party (Spain)|
|Department of Health and Social Policy||Jerónima Sayagués Prieto||People's Party (Spain)|