Government of the Community of Madrid

The Government of the Community of Madrid (Spanish: Gobierno de la Comunidad de Madrid) is the collegiate body charged with the executive and administrative functions of the autonomous community of Madrid, Spain. Until the 1998 reform of the regional statute it was formally called Council of Government of the Community of Madrid (Consejo de Gobierno de la Comunidad de Madrid).

Government of the Community of Madrid
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Overview
PolityCommunity of Madrid
LeaderPresident of the Community of Madrid
HeadquartersReal Casa de Correos, Puerta del Sol 7, Madrid

It is headed by the president of the Community of Madrid, and additionally includes the appointed vice presidents and consejeros (cabinet ministers).[1]

The cabinet ceases in office after the holding of legislative elections, remaining in a caretaking role until a new cabinet assumes office.[1]

Its main headquarters are located at the Royal House of the Post Office (Real Casa de Correos), in the Puerta del Sol.[2]

CabinetsEdit

Current compositionEdit

Portfolio Name Party Took office
President Isabel Díaz Ayuso PP 19 June 2021
Minister of the Presidency, Justice and Interior Enrique López Independent 21 June 2021
Minister of Education, Universities, Science
and Spokesperson of the Government
Enrique Ossorio PP 21 June 2021
Minister of the Environment, Housing and Agriculture Paloma Martín PP 21 June 2021
Minister of Economy, Finance and Employment Javier Fernández-Lasquetty PP 21 June 2021
Minister of Family, Youth and Social Policy Concepción Dancausa PP 21 June 2021
Minister of Local Administration and Digitalization Carlos Izquierdo Torres PP 21 June 2021
Minister of Health Enrique Ruiz Escudero PP 21 June 2021
Minister of Transport and Infrastructures David Pérez García PP 21 June 2021
Minister of Culture, Tourism and Sports Marta Rivera de la Cruz Independent 21 June 2021

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ a b . (Consolidated version). "Ley Orgánica 3/1983, de 25 de febrero, de Estatuto de Autonomía de la Comunidad de Madrid" (PDF). Boletín Oficial del Estado.CS1 maint: others (link)
  2. ^ "La Real Casa de Correos de Sol se tiñe mañana de azul en apoyo al autismo". La Vanguardia. 2017-04-01.