Government of José Montilla

The Montilla Government was the regional government of Catalonia led by President José Montilla between 2006 and 2010. It was formed in November 2006 following the regional election and ended in December 2010 following the regional election.

Montilla Government
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José Montilla
Date formed28 November 2006 (2006-11-28)
Date dissolved29 December 2010 (2010-12-29)
People and organisations
Head of governmentJosé Montilla
Deputy head of governmentJosep-Lluís Carod-Rovira
Member party
Status in legislatureMajority coalition
Opposition partyConvergence and Union
Opposition leaderArtur Mas
History
Election(s)2006 regional election
Outgoing election2010 regional election
Legislature term(s)VIII Legislature (2006–2010)
PredecessorMaragall
SuccessorMas I

Executive CouncilEdit

Name Portrait Party Office Took office Left office Refs
José Montilla   Socialists' Party of Catalonia President 28 November 2006 24 December 2010 [1][2]
Josep-Lluís Carod-Rovira   Republican Left of Catalonia Vice President 29 November 2006 29 December 2010 [3][4]
Jordi Ausàs   Republican Left of Catalonia Minister of Governance and Public Administration 12 March 2008 29 December 2010 [5][6]
Francesc Baltasar i Albesa   Initiative for Catalonia Greens Minister of Environment and Housing 29 November 2006 29 December 2010 [3][4]
Carme Capdevila i Palau   Republican Left of Catalonia Minister of Social Action and Citizenship 29 November 2006 29 December 2010 [3][4]
Antoni Castells   Socialists' Party of Catalonia Minister of Economy and Finance 29 November 2006 29 December 2010 [3][4]
Maria del Mar Serna Calvo   Independent Minister of Employment 29 November 2006 29 December 2010 [3][4]
Marina Geli   Socialists' Party of Catalonia Minister of Health 29 November 2006 29 December 2010 [3][4]
Josep Huguet   Republican Left of Catalonia Minister of Innovation, Universities and Enterprise 29 November 2006 29 December 2010 [3][4]
Joaquim Llena i Cortina   Socialists' Party of Catalonia Minister of Agriculture, Food and Rural Action 29 November 2006 29 December 2010 [3][4]
Ernest Maragall   Socialists' Party of Catalonia Minister of Education 29 November 2006 29 December 2010 [3][4]
Joaquim Nadal   Socialists' Party of Catalonia Minister of Town and Country Planning and Public Works 29 November 2006 29 December 2010 [3][4]
Joan Puigcercós   Republican Left of Catalonia Minister of Governance and Public Administration 29 November 2006 10 March 2008 [3][4]
Joan Saura   Initiative for Catalonia Greens Minister of Home Affairs, Institutional Relations and Participation[a] 29 November 2006 29 December 2010 [3][4]
Joan Manuel Tresserras i Gaju   Independent Minister of Culture and the Media 29 November 2006 29 December 2010 [3][4]
Montserrat Tura   Socialists' Party of Catalonia Minister of Justice 29 November 2006 29 December 2010 [3][4]

Other appointmentsEdit

Name Office Took office Left office Refs
Enric Aloy Bosch Secretary General of Innovation, Universities and Enterprise 30 November 2006 [7]
Jordi Bertran Muntaner Secretary General of Agriculture, Food and Rural Action 30 November 2006 [7]
Joan Boada i Masoliver Secretary General of Home Affairs, Institutional Relations and Participation 30 November 2006 [7]
Martí Carnicer i Vidal Secretary General of Economy and Finance 30 November 2006 [7]
Jordi Rustullet Carved Secretary General of Social Action and Citizenship 30 November 2006 [7]
Antoni Fernández Pérez Secretary General of Employment 30 November 2006 [7]
Ramon García-Bragado i Acín Secretary of the Government 30 November 2006 [7]
Carmina Llumà i Ras Secretary General of Town and Country Planning and Public Works 30 November 2006 [7]
Aurora Massip i Treig Government Spokesperson 4 September 2007 [8]
Joan Mauri Majós Secretary General of Justice 30 November 2006 [7]
Lluís Noguera i Jordana Secretary General of Culture and the Media 30 November 2006 [7]
Rafel Niubò i Baqué Secretary General of the Vice-Presidency 30 November 2006 [7]
Jaume Oliveras i Maristany Secretary General of Governance and Public Administration 30 November 2006 [7]
Eduard Pallejà i Sedó Secretary General of Environment and Housing 30 November 2006 [7]
Marta Segura Bonet Secretary General of Health 30 November 2006 [7]
Isaías Táboas Suárez Secretary General of the Presidency 30 November 2006 [7]
Francesc Vidal i Pla Secretary General of Education 30 November 2006 [7]

NotesEdit

  1. ^ 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.

ReferencesEdit

  • "The Government Team". Barcelona, Spain: Generalitat de Catalunya. Archived from the original on 10 January 2007. Retrieved 7 April 2020.
  1. ^ "Montilla toma posesión de su cargo y nombra a los 14 consejeros de su gobierno". El País (in Spanish). Madrid, Spain. 28 November 2006. Retrieved 26 May 2018.
  2. ^ "Montilla promete el cargo y ya es el nuevo presidente de la Generalitat". 20 minutos (in Spanish). Madrid, Spain. 28 November 2006. Retrieved 26 May 2018.
  3. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n "Hoy juran su cargo los consellers del Gobierno de Montilla". 20 minutos (in Spanish). Madrid, Spain. 29 November 2006. Retrieved 26 May 2018.
  4. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n "Montilla coloca a Ernest Maragall en Educación y a Montserrat Tura en Justicia". El Mundo (in Spanish). Madrid, Spain. 28 November 2006. Retrieved 26 May 2018.
  5. ^ "Jordi Ausàs, candidato de ERC por Lleida, sustituirá a Puigcercós en la Generalitat". El Mundo (in Spanish). Madrid, Spain. 11 March 2008. Retrieved 26 May 2018.
  6. ^ "Montilla destaca la labor de Puigcercós y pide ´lealtad´ a Ausás como conseller de Gobernación". informacion.es (in Spanish). 12 March 2008. Retrieved 26 May 2018.
  7. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p "Consell de Govern" (in Catalan). Barcelona, Spain: Generalitat de Catalunya. 30 November 2006. Archived from the original on 5 December 2006. Retrieved 7 April 2020.
  8. ^ "Aurora Masip se estrena hoy como portavoz del Gobierno catalán". El País (in Spanish). Madrid, Spain. 4 September 2017. Retrieved 26 May 2018.