Provisional government of Catalonia

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Provisional government of Catalonia
Flag of Catalonia.svg
12th cabinet of Catalonia
1977 – 1980
(Josep Tarradellas) Adolfo Suárez junto al presidente de la Generalitat de Cataluña a su llegada a Barcelona. Pool Moncloa. 24 de febrero de 1979 (cropped) (cropped).jpeg
Date formed 5 December 1977
Date dissolved 28 April 1980
People and organisations
Head of state Juan Carlos I
Head of government Josep Tarradellas
Member party
History
Outgoing election 1980 regional election
Predecessor Catalonian government-in-exile
Successor Pujol I

The Provisional government of Catalonia was the regional government of Catalonia led by President Josep Tarradellas between 1977 and 1980. It was formed in December 1977 following the restoration of the Generalitat de Catalunya. It ended in April 1980 following the regional election.

Members[edit]

Name Portrait Party Office Took office Left office Refs
Tarradellas, JosepJosep Tarradellas (Josep Tarradellas) Adolfo Suárez junto al presidente de la Generalitat de Cataluña a su llegada a Barcelona. Pool Moncloa. 24 de febrero de 1979 (cropped) (cropped).jpeg Republican Left of Catalonia President 5 December 1977 28 April 1980 [1]
Armet i Coma, LluísLluís Armet i Coma Socialists' Party of Catalonia Minister of Town and Country and Public Works 24 March 1979 28 April 1980
Bricall i Masip, Josep MariaJosep Maria Bricall i Masip Independent Minister of Governance 15 December 1979 28 April 1980
Codina i Torres, JoanJoan Codina i Torres Joan Codina i Torres.png Socialists' Party of Catalonia Minister of Employment 5 December 1977 28 April 1980
Espasa i Oliver, RamonRamon Espasa i Oliver Fotografia del conseller Antoni Comín amb Ramon Espasa.jpg Unified Socialist Party of Catalonia Minister of Health and Social Assistance 5 December 1977 28 April 1980
Folchi i Bonafonte, Joan JosepJoan Josep Folchi i Bonafonte Joan Josep Folchi i Bonafonte.png Union of the Democratic Centre Minister of Economy and Finance 5 December 1977 19 October 1978
Gutiérrez Díaz, AntoniAntoni Gutiérrez Díaz Antoni Gutierrez Diaz.png Unified Socialist Party of Catalonia Minister Without Portfolio 5 December 1977 28 April 1980
Ortínez i Mur, ManuelManuel Ortínez i Mur Independent Minister of Governance 19 October 1978 7 December 1979
Pi-Sunyer i Bayo, PerePere Pi-Sunyer i Bayo Pere Pi-Sunyer i Bayo.png Democratic Convergence of Catalonia Minister of Education and Culture 5 December 1977 28 April 1980
Pujol, JordiJordi Pujol Jordi Pujol.JPG Democratic Convergence of Catalonia Minister Without Portfolio 5 December 1977 28 April 1980
Punset, EduardEduard Punset Eduard Punset - 001.jpg Union of the Democratic Centre Minister of Economy and Finance 19 October 1978 28 April 1980
Rahola i d'Espona, FredericFrederic Rahola i d'Espona Frederic Rahola d'Espona.png Republican Left of Catalonia Minister of Governance 5 December 1977 19 October 1978
Reventós, JoanJoan Reventós Socialists' Party of Catalonia Minister Without Portfolio 5 December 1977 28 April 1980
Roig i Magrinyà, JosepJosep Roig i Magrinyà Retrat de Josep Roig i Magrinyà.jpg Republican Left of Catalonia Minister of Agriculture and Livestock 5 December 1977 28 April 1980
Sentís i Anfruns, CarlesCarles Sentís i Anfruns Carles sentis i Anfruns.png Union of the Democratic Centre Minister Without Portfolio 5 December 1977 28 April 1980
Serra, NarcísNarcís Serra Narcís Serra i Serra - 001.jpg Socialists' Party of Catalonia Minister of Town and Country and Public Works 5 December 1977 22 March 1979
Triginer i Fernández, Josep MariaJosep Maria Triginer i Fernández Josep Maria Triginer i Fernández.png Socialists' Party of Catalonia Minister Without Portfolio 5 December 1977 28 April 1980

References[edit]

  1. ^ Erlanger, Steven (13 June 1988). "Josep Tarradellas, 89, a Leader In the Fight for Catalan Autonomy". The New York Times. New York, U.S.A. Retrieved 7 January 2018.