Executive Council of Catalonia
- The term "Government of Catalonia" is also used to refer to the Generalitat de Catalunya.
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The Executive Council of Catalonia (Catalan: Consell Executiu) or Government of Catalonia (Govern de Catalunya) is the executive branch of the autonomous Government, or Generalitat, of Catalonia, one of the autonomous communities of Spain. It is responsible for the political action, reglementation and administration of the government of the autonomous region.
The President of the Generalitat is the head of government: he or she may also appoint a First Minister (Catalan: Conseller(a) primer(a)) to serve as their deputy, although since 2006 the office has been replaced by that of the Vice-President of the Generalitat of Catalonia, who must be approved by the Parliament of Catalonia. The various ministers (Catalan: consellers) are also appointed by the President of the Generalitat. Ministers need not be deputies in the parliament, as they have an automatic right to intervene in parliamentary debates.
Serving members of the government may not be arrested for any acts committed in Catalonia, except in flagrante delicto, and may only be judged before the Superior Court of Justice of Catalonia, or the Criminal Chamber of the Supreme Court outside of Catalonia.
Current government (2016 - )
|President of the Generalitat||Carles Puigdemont||Together for Yes|
|Vice President of the Government and Minister of Economy||Oriol Junqueras||Together for Yes|
|Minister of Governance and Institutional Relations||Meritxell Borràs||Together for Yes|
|Minister of Foreign Affairs, Institutional Relations and Transparency||Raül Romeva||Together for Yes|
|Minister of Presidency||Neus Munté||Together for Yes|
|Minister of Business and Knowledge||Jordi Baiget||Together for Yes|
|Minister of Education||Meritxell Ruiz||Together for Yes|
|Minister of Health||Antoni Comín||Together for Yes|
|Minister of Home Affairs||Jordi Jané||Together for Yes|
|Minister of Planning and Sustainability||Josep Rull||Together for Yes|
|Minister of Culture||Santi Vila||Together for Yes|
|Minister of Agriculture, Livestock, Fisheries and Food||Meritxell Serret||Together for Yes|
|Minister of Social Welfare and Family||Dolors Bassa||Together for Yes|
|Minister of Justice||Carles Mundó||Together for Yes|
|Secretary of the Government|
|Government Spokesperson||Neus Munté||Together for Yes|
- Government of Catalonia (Tenth legislature) (2012–16)
- Government of Catalonia (Ninth legislature) (2010–12)
- Government of Catalonia (Eighth legislature) (2006–10)
- Government of Catalonia (Seventh legislature) (2003–6)
- Government of Catalonia (Sixth legislature) (1999–2003)
- Government of Catalonia (Fifth legislature) (1995–99)
- Government of Catalonia (Fourth legislature) (1992–95)
- Government of Catalonia (Third legislature) (1988–92)
- Government of Catalonia (Second legislature) (1984–88)
- Government of Catalonia (First legislature) (1980–84)
- Provisional government of Catalonia (1977–80)
- Governments in exile of Catalonia (1939–1977)
- Governments of Catalonia during the Spanish civil war (1936–38)
- Ninth government of Catalonia (1936)
- Eighth government of Catalonia (1934–1936)
- Seventh government of Catalonia (1934)
- Sixth government of Catalonia (1933–34)
- Fifth government of Catalonia (1933)
- Fourth government of Catalonia (1932–33)
- Third government of Catalonia (1932)
- Second government of Catalonia (1931–32)
- First government of Catalonia (1931)
- Government of the Republic of Catalonia (1931)
- Ministry of Defence
- Ministry of Public Works
- Ministry of Communications
- Ministry of Provisions
- Ministry of Internal Security
- Ministry of Public Services
There have also been two ministers without portfolio in Catalan governments:
- Rafael Closas i Cendra (ACR, 26 September – 17 December 1936)
- Antoni Sesé i Artaso (5 May – 29 June 1937)
- Statute of Autonomy of Catalonia (2006), Art. 68.
- Statute of Autonomy of Catalonia (2006), Art. 70.
- "El Consell Executiu". Generalitat of Catalonia. Retrieved 2016-01-14.
- 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.
- Government of Catalonia (English) (Catalan)