President of the Region of Murcia

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President of the Region of Murcia
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Incumbent
Fernando López Miras

since April 29, 2017
Inaugural holder Andrés Hernández Ros
Formation 1982

The President of the Region of Murcia, (Spanish: Presidente de la Región de Murcia) is the head of government of the Spanish autonomous community of the Region of Murcia.

List of Presidents of the Region of Murcia[edit]

Pre-autonomous government (1978–1983)[edit]

The Regional Council of Murcia (Consejo Regional de Murcia) was the governing body of the Region of Murcia from 1978 until the creation of the autonomous community in 1982. The two Presidents of the Regional Council were Antonio Pérez Crespo and Andrés Hernández Ros.

Name Term of office Political Party
Took office Left office Days
Antonio Pérez Crespo
(1929–2012)
10 November 1978 5 May 1979 176 Union of the Democratic Centre
President of the Regional Council.
Andrés Hernández Ros
(1948–2016)
5 May 1979 22 July 1982 1174 Socialist Party of the Region of Murcia
Pre-autonomous Regional Council abolished in 1982.

Autonomous government (1982–present)[edit]

The office of the President of the Region of Murcia was created in 1982 upon the creation of the autonomous community.

Name Term of office Legislature Political Party
Took office Left office Days
Andrés Hernández Ros
(1948–2016)
30 July 1982[1] 17 June 1983 613 Transition Socialist Party
of the Region of Murcia
17 June 1983[2] 3 March 1984 I
(1983–1987)
Carlos Collado
(b. 1938)
31 March 1984[3] 23 July 1987 3317
23 July 1987[4] 25 June 1991 II
(1987–1991)
25 June 1991[5] 3 May 1993 III
(1991–1995)
María Antonia Martínez
(b. 1953)
3 May 1993[6] 4 July 1995 792
Ramón Luis Valcárcel
(b. 1954)
4 July 1995[7] 12 July 1999 6854 IV
(1995–1999)
People's Party
12 July 1999[8] 30 June 2003 V
(1999–2003)
30 June 2003[9] 2 July 2007 VI
(2003–2007)
2 July 2007[10] 27 June 2011 VII
(2007–2011)
27 June 2011[11] 9 April 2014 VIII
(2011–2015)
Longest-serving President of Murcia. Won five elections
in a row with absolute majority. Resigned to enter the PP lists
for the European Parliament election, 2014.
Alberto Garre
(b. 1952)
9 April 2014[12] 3 July 2015 450 VIII
(——)
Pedro Antonio Sánchez
(b. 1976)
3 July 2015[13] 4 April 2017 641 IX
(2015–)
Resigned after being imputed for corruption.
María Dolores Pagán
(b. 1967)
4 April 2017 3 May 2017 29 IX
(——)
Regional Minister of the Presidency and acting President
after the resignation of Sánchez.
Fernando López Miras
(b. 1983)
3 May 2017[14] Incumbent 26 IX
(——)
Fernando López Miras María Dolores Pagán Pedro Antonio Sánchez Alberto Garre Ramón Luis Valcárcel María Antonia Martínez Carlos Collado Andrés Hernández Ros

Sources[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Boletín Oficial del Estado" (PDF). boe.es (in Spanish). 1982-07-30. 
  2. ^ "Boletín Oficial de la Región de Murcia". borm.es (in Spanish). 1983-06-17. 
  3. ^ "Boletín Oficial del Estado" (PDF). borm.es (in Spanish). 1984-03-31. 
  4. ^ "Boletín Oficial de la Región de Murcia". borm.es (in Spanish). 1984-07-23. 
  5. ^ "Boletín Oficial de la Región de Murcia". borm.es (in Spanish). 1991-06-25. 
  6. ^ "Boletín Oficial de la Región de Murcia". borm.es (in Spanish). 1993-05-03. 
  7. ^ "Boletín Oficial de la Región de Murcia". borm.es (in Spanish). 1995-07-04. 
  8. ^ "Boletín Oficial de la Región de Murcia". borm.es (in Spanish). 1999-07-12. 
  9. ^ "Boletín Oficial de la Región de Murcia". borm.es (in Spanish). 2003-06-30. 
  10. ^ "Boletín Oficial de la Región de Murcia". borm.es (in Spanish). 2007-07-02. 
  11. ^ "Boletín Oficial de la Región de Murcia". borm.es (in Spanish). 2011-06-27. 
  12. ^ "Boletín Oficial de la Región de Murcia". borm.es (in Spanish). 2014-04-09. 
  13. ^ "Boletín Oficial de la Región de Murcia". borm.es (in Spanish). 2015-07-03. 
  14. ^ "Boletín Oficial de la Región de Murcia". borm.es (in Spanish). 2017-05-03.