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List of presidents of the Parliament of Catalonia

This article lists the Presidents of the Parliament of Catalonia.

President of Parliament of Catalonia
President del Parlament de Catalunya
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Incumbent
Roger Torrent

since 17 January 2018
Member ofParliament of Catalonia
Inaugural holderLluís Companys
Formation14 December 1932

ListEdit

No. Name Portrait Party Took office Left office Refs
1 Lluís Companys   Republican Left of Catalonia 14 December 1932 20 June 1933
2 Joan Casanovas i Maristany   Republican Left of Catalonia 20 June 1933 18 August 1938
3 Josep Irla align=center Republican Left of Catalonia 18 August 1938 15 October 1940
4 Antoni Rovira i Virgili   Republican Left of Catalonia 15 October 1940 5 December 1949
5 Manuel Serra i Moret   Independent 5 December 1949 7 August 1954
6 Francesc Farreres i Duran   Republican Left of Catalonia 7 August 1954 24 April 1980
7 Heribert Barrera   Republican Left of Catalonia 24 April 1980 18 June 1984
8 Miquel Coll i Alentorn   Democratic Union of Catalonia 18 June 1984 4 July 1988
9 Joaquim Xicoy i Bassegoda   Democratic Union of Catalonia 4 July 1988 30 November 1995
10 Joan Reventós   Socialists' Party of Catalonia 30 November 1995 29 November 1999
11 Joan Rigol   Democratic Union of Catalonia 29 November 1999 17 December 2003
12 Ernest Benach   Republican Left of Catalonia 17 December 2003 16 December 2010
13 Núria de Gispert   Democratic Union of Catalonia 16 December 2010 26 December 2015
14 Carme Forcadell   Republican Left of Catalonia 26 December 2015 17 January 2018
15 Roger Torrent   Republican Left of Catalonia 17 January 2018 [1][2][3]

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Catalonia MPs elect separatist speaker as parliament reconvenes". BBC News. London, U.K. 17 January 2018. Retrieved 17 January 2018.
  2. ^ "Catalan lawmakers elect separatist parliamentary speaker as sacked leader Carles Puigdemont eyes comeback". The New Indian Express. Chennai, India. Press Trust of India. 17 January 2018. Retrieved 17 January 2018.
  3. ^ "Roger Torrent, new Catalan Parliament president". Catalan News Agency. Barcelona, Spain. 17 January 2018. Retrieved 17 January 2018.

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