List of presidents of the Cortes of Aragon

This article lists the presidents of the Cortes of Aragon, the regional legislature of Aragon.

President of Cortes of Aragon
Presidents d'as Cortz d'Aragón
Bandera de Aragón.svg
Incumbent
Javier Sada

since 19 June 2019
Member ofAragonese Corts
Formation20 May 1983
First holderAntonio Embid
Websitecortesaragon.es

PresidentsEdit

No. Name Portrait Party Took office Left office Legs. Refs.
1 Antonio Embid   Socialists' Party of Aragon 20 May 1983 5 July 1987 1st [1][2]
2 Juan Bautista Monserrat   Democratic and Social Centre 6 July 1987 19 June 1991 2nd [3][4]
3 Ángel Cristóbal   People's Party of Aragon 20 June 1991 25 June 1995 3rd [5][6]
4 Emilio Eiroa   Aragonese Party 26 June 1995 6 July 1999 4th [7][8]
5 José María Mur   Aragonese Party 7 July 1999 19 June 2003 5th [9][10]
6 Francisco Pina   Socialists' Party of Aragon 20 June 2003 20 June 2007 6th [11][12]
21 June 2007 20 June 2011 7th [11][13]
7 José Ángel Biel   Aragonese Party 21 June 2011 17 June 2015 8th [14][15]
8 Antonio José Cosculluela   Socialists' Party of Aragon 18 June 2015 15 September 2016 9th [16][17][18]
9 Violeta Barba   Podemos 15 September 2016 19 June 2019 9th [19][20][21]


10 Javier Sada   Socialists' Party of Aragon 19 June 2019 10th [22][23]

ReferencesEdit

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