Narcís Serra i Serra

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This is a Catalan name. The first family name is Serra and the second is Serra.
Narcís Serra
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11th Vice President of the Spanish Government
5th of Democratic Spain (since 1977)
In office
12 March 1991 – 2 July 1995
President Felipe González
Preceded by Alfonso Guerra
Succeeded by Francisco Álvarez Cascos
114th Mayor of Barclona
In office
19 April 1979 – 2 December 1982
Preceded by Manuel Font i Altaba
Succeeded by Pasqual Maragall
Minister of Defence of the Government of Spain
In office
2 December 1982 – 12 March 1991
President Felipe González
Preceded by Alberto Oliart Saussol
Succeeded by Julián García Vargas
Minister of Town and Country Town and Public Works of the Generalitat de Catalunya
In office
5 December 1977 – 22 March 1979
President Josep Tarradellas
Preceded by Office created
Succeeded by Lluís Armet i Coma
Personal details
Born (1943-05-30) May 30, 1943 (age 71)
Barcelona, Catalonia
Political party PSC (PSOE)

Narcís Serra i Serra (born 30 May 1943) was Mayor of Barcelona from 1979 to 1982 and was Minister of Defense and successor to the vice presidency of Alfonso Guerra in 1991. He also sat in the Spanish Congress of Deputies representing Barcelona region from 1986 to 2004.[1] Currently, he is the chairman of the Institut Barcelona d'Estudis Internacionals.

He is currently under judicial investigation for criminal mismanagement and abusive payments while chairman of the ailed savings bank Caixa Catalunya.


  1. ^ "Narcís Serra i Serra. Biografía de Narcís Serra i Serra". (in Spanish). Retrieved 9 August 2010. 
Political offices
Preceded by
Manuel Font i Altaba
Mayor of Barcelona
1979 – 1982
Succeeded by
Pasqual Maragall
Preceded by
New title
Minister of Town and Country Town and Public Works of the Generalitat de Catalunya
Succeeded by
Lluís Armet i Coma
Preceded by
Alberto Oliart Saussol
Minister of Defence of Spain
Succeeded by
Julián García Vargas
Preceded by
Alfonso Guerra
First Vice President of the Government of Spain
Succeeded by
Francisco Álvarez Cascos
Party political offices
Preceded by
Raimon Obiols
First Secretary of PSC
1996 – 2000
Succeeded by
José Montilla