Clavijo government

The Clavijo government was the regional government of the Canary Islands led by President Fernando Clavijo. It was formed in July 2015 after the regional election and ended in July 2019 following the regional election.

Clavijo government
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Government of the Canary Islands
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Date formed10 July 2015 (2015-07-10)
Date dissolved17 July 2019 (2019-07-17)
People and organisations
Head of stateFelipe VI
Head of governmentFernando Clavijo
Deputy head of government
No. of ministers
  • 11 (2015–19)
  • 9 (2019)
Total no. of members16
Member party
  •   Canarian Coalition
  •   Socialist Party (2015-16)
Status in legislature
Opposition party
Opposition leader
History
Election(s)24 May 2015
Outgoing election26 May 2019
Legislature term(s)9th Parliament (2015–19)
PredecessorRivero II
SuccessorTorres

GovernmentEdit

Name Portrait Party Office Took office Left office Refs.
Fernando Clavijo   Canarian Coalition President 8 July 2015 15 July 2019 [1][2][3][4]
Patricia Hernández   Socialist Party
of the Canaries
Vice President 10 July 2015 23 December 2016 [5][6][7][8][9][10]
Minister of Employment, Social Policy and Housing 10 July 2015 23 December 2016 [6][7][9][10][11][12]
Pablo Rodríguez   Canarian Coalition Vice President 9 January 2017 17 July 2019 [13][14][15][16]
Minister of Public Works and Transportation 9 January 2017 17 July 2019 [14][15][17][18]
Aarón Afonso   Socialist Party
of the Canaries
Minister of the Presidency, Justice and Equality 10 July 2015 23 December 2016 [6][7][9][10][11][19]
José Manuel Baltar   Canarian Coalition Minister of Health 9 January 2017 17 July 2019 [14][15][18][20]
José Miguel Barragán   Canarian Coalition Minister of the Presidency, Justice and Equality 9 January 2017 17 July 2019 [14][15][18][21]
Nieves Barreto   Canarian Coalition Minister of Territorial Policy, Sustainability and Security 10 July 2015 17 June 2019 [7][11][22]
Isaac Castellano   Canarian Coalition Minister of Tourism, Culture and Sports 1 August 2017 17 July 2019 [18]

[23][24][25]

Ornella Chacón   Socialist Party
of the Canaries
Minister of Public Works and Transportation 10 July 2015 23 December 2016 [6][7][9][10][11][26]
Rosa Dávila   Canarian Coalition Minister of Finance 10 July 2015 25 June 2019 [6][7][11][27]
María Teresa Lorenzo   Canarian Coalition Minister of Tourism, Culture and Sports 10 July 2015 31 July 2017 [6][7][11][28][29][30]
Soledad Monzón   Canarian Coalition Minister of Education and Universities 10 July 2015 17 July 2019 [6][7][11][18]
Jesús Morera   Socialist Party
of the Canaries
Minister of Health 10 July 2015 23 December 2016 [6][7][9][10][11][31]
Pedro Ortega   Canarian Coalition Minister of Economy, Industry, Commerce and Knowledge 10 July 2015 17 July 2019 [6][7][11][18]
Narvay Quintero   Canarian Coalition Minister of Agriculture, Livestock, Fisheries and Water 10 July 2015 17 July 2019 [6][7][11][18]
Cristina Valido   Canarian Coalition Minister of Employment, Social Policy and Housing 9 January 2017 17 July 2019 [14][15][18][32]

ReferencesEdit

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