President of the Government of Aragon
|President of the Government of Aragon|
|Inaugural holder||Santiago Marraco|
The President of the Government of Aragon (also called the President of the Diputación General de Aragón or, simply, the President of Aragon) is the head of government of the Spanish autonomous community of Aragon. The President is elected to a four-year term by the Aragonese Corts. The presidency was established in 1983 under Article 12 of the Statute of Autonomy for Aragon. 
List of Presidents of Aragon
- 1983-1987 Santiago Marraco, Spanish Socialist Workers' Party (PSOE) government
- 1987-1991 Hipólito Gómez de las Roces initially a PAR government with support from People's Party (PP). From March 1989 a coalition of PAR and PP ruled.
- 1991-1993 Emilio Eiroa (PAR), PAR-PP coalition. In September 1993 a former PP deputy together with IU and PSOE deputies passed a no-confidence motion.
- 1993-1995 José Marco, PSOE government with IU support. Marco resigned in January 1995.
- 1995 Ramón Tejedor, PSOE government with IU support from January 1995 until elections in May 1995.
- 1995-1999 Santiago Lanzuela Marina, PP government with initial support from PAR.
- 1999-2011 Marcelino Iglesias (PSOE), PSOE-PAR coalition
- 2011-present Luisa Fernanda Rudi Ubeda (PP), PP-PAR coalition