Third government of Adolfo Suárez

The third government of Adolfo Suárez was formed on 6 April 1979, following the latter's election as Prime Minister of Spain by the Congress of Deputies on 30 March and his swearing-in on 2 April, as a result of the Union of the Democratic Centre (UCD) emerging as the largest parliamentary force at the 1979 Spanish general election.[1][2] It succeeded the second Suárez government and was the Government of Spain from 6 April 1979 to 27 February 1981, a total of 693 days, or 1 year, 10 months and 21 days.[3]

3rd government of Adolfo Suárez
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Government of Spain
1979–1981
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The government in May 1980 (top) and September 1980 (bottom).
Date formed6 April 1979
Date dissolved27 February 1981
People and organisations
MonarchJuan Carlos I
Prime MinisterAdolfo Suárez
Deputy Prime MinistersManuel Gutiérrez Mellado1st, Fernando Abril Martorell2nd (1979–1980)
Manuel Gutiérrez Mellado1st, Leopoldo Calvo-Sotelo2nd (1980–1981)
No. of ministers23[a] (1979–1980)
22[a] (1980–1981)
Total no. of members30[a]
Member party  UCD
Status in legislatureMinority government
Opposition party  PSOE
Opposition leaderFelipe González
History
Election(s)1979 general election
Legislature term(s)1st Cortes Generales
Budget(s)1979, 1980, 1981
PredecessorSuárez II
SuccessorCalvo-Sotelo

Suárez's third cabinet was the first to be appointed under the Spanish Constitution of 1978,[4] and was an all-UCD government plus two military officers (Manuel Gutiérrez Mellado and Antonio Ibáñez Freire);[5][6] subsequent reshuffles in 1980 seeing would see the incorporation of a number of independents. It was automatically dismissed on 29 January 1981 as a consequence of Adolfo Suárez's resignation as Prime Minister, but remained in acting capacity until the next government was sworn in.[7][8][9][10]

InvestitureEdit

Investiture
Adolfo Suárez (UCD)
Ballot → 30 March 1979
Required majority → 176 out of 350  Y
Yes
183 / 350
No
149 / 350
Abstentions
8 / 350
Absentees
10 / 350
Sources[1][11]

Cabinet changesEdit

Suárez's third government saw a number of cabinet changes during its tenure:

Council of MinistersEdit

The Council of Ministers was structured into the offices for the prime minister, the two deputy prime ministers and 21 ministries, including a number of deputy ministers without portfolio.[23] This number would be maintained in the May 1980 reshuffle with some changes within the deputy ministries,[24] one of which would be abolished in the September 1980 reshuffle.[25]

Suárez III Government
(6 April 1979 – 27 February 1981)
Portfolio Name Party Took office Left office Ref.
Prime Minister Adolfo Suárez UCD 2 April 1979 26 February 1981 [26]
First Deputy Prime Minister,
in charge of the Coordination of the National Security and Defence Affairs
Manuel Gutiérrez Mellado Military 6 April 1979 27 February 1981 [27]
Second Deputy Prime Minister,
in charge of the Coordination of Economic Affairs
Fernando Abril Martorell UCD 6 April 1979 9 September 1980 [28]
Minister of Foreign Affairs Marcelino Oreja UCD 6 April 1979 9 September 1980 [29]
Minister of Justice Íñigo Cavero UCD 6 April 1979 9 September 1980 [29]
Minister of Defence Agustín Rodríguez Sahagún UCD 6 April 1979 27 February 1981 [29]
Minister of Finance Jaime García Añoveros UCD 6 April 1979 27 February 1981 [29]
Minister of the Interior Antonio Ibáñez Freire Military 6 April 1979 3 May 1980 [29]
Minister of Public Works and Urbanism Jesús Sancho Rof UCD 6 April 1979 27 February 1981 [29]
Minister of Education José Manuel Otero UCD 6 April 1979 9 September 1980 [29]
Minister of Labour Rafael Calvo Ortega UCD 6 April 1979 3 May 1980 [29]
Minister of Industry and Energy Carlos Bustelo UCD 6 April 1979 3 May 1980 [29]
Minister of Agriculture Jaime Lamo de Espinosa UCD 6 April 1979 27 February 1981 [29]
Minister of Trade and Tourism Juan Antonio García Díez UCD 6 April 1979 3 May 1980 [29]
Minister of the Presidency José Pedro Pérez-Llorca UCD 6 April 1979 3 May 1980 [29]
Minister of Economy José Luis Leal UCD 6 April 1979 9 September 1980 [29]
Minister of Transport and Communications Salvador Sánchez-Terán UCD 6 April 1979 3 May 1980 [29]
Minister of Health and Social Security Juan Rovira Tarazona UCD 6 April 1979 9 September 1980 [29]
Minister of Culture Manuel Clavero UCD 6 April 1979 17 January 1980 [29]
Deputy Minister to the Prime Minister, without portfolio Joaquín Garrigues Walker UCD 6 April 1979 3 May 1980 [29]
Minister for Relations with the European Communities, without portfolio Leopoldo Calvo-Sotelo UCD 6 April 1979 9 September 1980 [29]
Deputy Minister for Relations with the Cortes, without portfolio Rafael Arias-Salgado UCD 6 April 1979 18 January 1980 [29]
Minister of Territorial Administration Antonio Fontán UCD 6 April 1979 3 May 1980 [29]
Minister of Universities and Research Luis González Seara UCD 6 April 1979 27 February 1981 [29]

Changes January 1980Edit

Portfolio Name Party Took office Left office Ref.
Minister of Culture Ricardo de la Cierva UCD 18 January 1980 9 September 1980 [30]
Deputy Minister to the Prime Minister, without portfolio Rafael Arias-Salgado UCD 18 January 1980 3 May 1980 [31]

Changes May 1980Edit

Portfolio Name Party Took office Left office Ref.
Minister of the Interior Juan José Rosón UCD 3 May 1980 27 February 1981 [32]
Minister of Labour Salvador Sánchez-Terán UCD 3 May 1980 9 September 1980 [32]
Minister of Industry and Energy Ignacio Bayón Independent 3 May 1980 27 February 1981 [32]
Minister of Trade and Tourism Luis Gámir UCD 3 May 1980 9 September 1980 [32]
Minister of the Presidency Rafael Arias-Salgado UCD 3 May 1980 27 February 1981 [32]
Minister of Transport and Communications José Luis Álvarez UCD 3 May 1980 27 February 1981 [32]
Deputy Minister to the Prime Minister, without portfolio Discontinued on 3 May 1980 upon the officeholder's dismissal.[33]
Minister of Territorial Administration José Pedro Pérez-Llorca UCD 3 May 1980 9 September 1980 [32]
Deputy Minister to the Prime Minister, without portfolio Discontinued on 3 May 1980 upon the officeholder's dismissal.[33]
Deputy Minister to the Prime Minister, without portfolio,
in charge of Public Administration
Sebastián Martín-Retortillo UCD 3 May 1980 27 February 1981 [32]
Deputy Minister to the Prime Minister, without portfolio,
in charge of Legislative Coordination
Juan Antonio Ortega y Díaz-Ambrona UCD 3 May 1980 9 September 1980 [32]

Changes September 1980Edit

Portfolio Name Party Took office Left office Ref.
Second Deputy Prime Minister,
in charge of the Coordination of Economic Affairs
Leopoldo Calvo-Sotelo UCD 9 September 1980 27 February 1981 [34]
Minister of Foreign Affairs José Pedro Pérez-Llorca UCD 9 September 1980 27 February 1981 [35]
Minister of Justice Francisco Fernández Ordóñez UCD 9 September 1980 27 February 1981 [35]
Minister of Education Juan Antonio Ortega y Díaz-Ambrona UCD 9 September 1980 27 February 1981 [35]
Minister of Labour Félix Manuel Pérez Miyares UCD 9 September 1980 27 February 1981 [35]
Minister of Economy
Minister of Trade
Juan Antonio García Díez UCD 9 September 1980 7 October 1980 [35]
Minister of Health and Social Security Alberto Oliart Indep./UCD[b] 9 September 1980 27 February 1981 [35]
Minister of Territorial Administration Rodolfo Martín Villa UCD 9 September 1980 27 February 1981 [35]
Minister of Culture Íñigo Cavero UCD 9 September 1980 27 February 1981 [35]
Deputy Minister to the Prime Minister, without portfolio Pío Cabanillas Gallas UCD 9 September 1980 27 February 1981 [35]
Minister for Relations with the European Communities, without portfolio Eduard Punset UCD 9 September 1980 27 February 1981 [35]
Deputy Minister to the Prime Minister, without portfolio,
in charge of Legislative Coordination
Discontinued on 9 September 1980 upon the officeholder's dismissal.[37]

Changes October 1980Edit

Portfolio Name Party Took office Left office Ref.
Minister of Economy and Trade[c] Juan Antonio García Díez UCD 7 October 1980 27 February 1981 [38]
Minister of Trade[c] Disestablished on 7 October 1980.[38]

Departmental structureEdit

Adolfo Suárez's third government was organised into several superior and governing units, whose number, powers and hierarchical structure varied depending on the ministerial department.[39][40]

Unit/body rank
Office
(Original name)
Portrait Name Took office Left office Alliance/party Ref.

Prime Minister's OfficeEdit

Prime Minister
(Presidencia del Gobierno)
  Adolfo Suárez 2 April 1979 26 February 1981
(resigned)
UCD
First Deputy Prime Minister,
in charge of the Coordination of the
Security and National Defence
Affairs

(Vicepresidencia Primera
del Gobierno, encargada de la
coordinación de los asuntos de
la Seguridad y Defensa Nacional)
  Manuel Gutiérrez Mellado 6 April 1979 27 February 1981 UCD
(Military)
Second Deputy Prime Minister,
in charge of the Coordination of the
Economic Affairs

(Vicepresidencia Segunda
del Gobierno, encargada de la
coordinación de los asuntos
económicos)
  Fernando Abril Martorell 6 April 1979 9 September 1980 UCD
  Leopoldo Calvo-Sotelo 9 September 1980 27 February 1981 UCD

Ministry of Foreign AffairsEdit

Ministry of Foreign Affairs
(Ministerio de Asuntos Exteriores)
  Marcelino Oreja 6 April 1979 9 September 1980 UCD [41]
  José Pedro Pérez-Llorca 9 September 1980 27 February 1981 UCD
2 May 1979 – 28 February 1981
  • () State Secretariat for Foreign Affairs
  • () Undersecretariat of Foreign Affairs
  • () Technical General Secretariat
  • () Directorate-General for Foreign Policy for Europe and Atlantic Affairs
  • () Directorate-General for Foreign Policy for North America and the Pacific
  • () Directorate-General for Foreign Policy for Africa and Continental Asia
  • () Directorate-General for Foreign Policy for Ibero-America
  • () Directorate-General for the Foreign Service
  • () Directorate-General for International Economic Relations
  • () Directorate-General for Cultural Relations
  • () Directorate-General for Consular Affairs
  • () Directorate-General for International Technical Coordination
  • () Directorate-General for International Organizations and Conferences
  • () Directorate-General of the Office for Diplomatic Information
  • () Service for Protocol, Chancery and Orders–First Introducer of Ambassadors

Ministry of JusticeEdit

Ministry of Justice
(Ministerio de Justicia)
  Íñigo Cavero 6 April 1979 9 September 1980 UCD [42]
[43]
[44]
  Francisco Fernández Ordóñez 9 September 1980 27 February 1981 UCD
10 May 1979 – 17 August 1985
  • () Undersecretariat of Justice
  • () Technical General Secretariat
  • () Directorate-General for Justice (disest. 7 Nov 1980)
  • () Technical Secretariat for Relations with the Administration of Justice (est. 7 Nov 1980)
  • () Directorate-General for Religious Affairs
  • () Directorate-General for Registries and Notaries
  • () Directorate-General for Penitentiary Institutions

Ministry of DefenceEdit

Ministry of Defence
(Ministerio de Defensa)
  Agustín Rodríguez Sahagún 6 April 1979 27 February 1981 UCD

Ministry of FinanceEdit

Ministry of Finance
(Ministerio de Hacienda)
  Jaime García Añoveros 6 April 1979 27 February 1981 UCD [40]
[45]
[46]
[47]
[48]
5 July 1977 – 8 December 1982
  • () Undersecretariat of Finance
  • () Undersecretariat of Budgets and Public Expenditure
    • () Directorate-General for the Treasury
    • () Directorate-General for Budgets
    • () Directorate-General for the State Heritage
    • () Directorate-General for Insurance
  • () Directorate-General for Customs
  • () Directorate-General for State Litigation
  • () Directorate-General for Taxes
  • () Directorate-General for Tax Inspection and Investigation
  • () Office of the Comptroller General of the State Administration
  • () Technical General Secretariat

Ministry of the InteriorEdit

Ministry of the Interior
(Ministerio del Interior)
  Antonio Ibáñez Freire 6 April 1979 3 May 1980 UCD
(Military)
  Juan José Rosón 3 May 1980 27 February 1981 UCD

Ministry of Public Works and UrbanismEdit

Ministry of Public Works
and Urbanism

(Ministerio de Obras Públicas
y Urbanismo)
  Jesús Sancho Rof 6 April 1979 27 February 1981 UCD

Ministry of EducationEdit

Ministry of Education
(Ministerio de Educación)
  José Manuel Otero 6 April 1979 9 September 1980 UCD
  Juan Antonio Ortega
y Díaz-Ambrona
9 September 1980 27 February 1981 UCD

Ministry of LabourEdit

Ministry of Labour
(Ministerio de Trabajo)
  Rafael Calvo Ortega 6 April 1979 3 May 1980 UCD
  Salvador Sánchez-Terán 3 May 1980 9 September 1980 UCD
  Félix Manuel Pérez Miyares 9 September 1980 27 February 1981 UCD

Ministry of Industry and EnergyEdit

Ministry of Industry and Energy
(Ministerio de Industria y Energía)
  Carlos Bustelo 6 April 1979 3 May 1980 UCD [40]
[49]
[50]
[51]
[52]
[53]
  Ignacio Bayón 3 May 1980 27 February 1981 UCD
(Independent)
5 July 1977 – 4 July 1979
  • () Undersecretariat of Industry and Energy
  • () Technical General Secretariat
  • () Directorate-General for Mines and Construction Industries
  • () Directorate-General for Energy
  • () Directorate-General for Steel and Naval Industries
  • () Directorate-General for Chemical and Textile Industries
  • () Directorate-General for Food and Miscellaneous Industries
  • () Directorate-General for Industrial Promotion and Technology
4 July 1979 – 7 October 1980
  • () Undersecretariat of Industry and Energy
    • () Directorate-General for Services
  • () Commissariat for Energy and Mineral Resources
  • () Technical General Secretariat
  • () Directorate-General for Mines and Construction Industries
  • () Directorate-General for Energy
  • () Directorate-General for Steel and Naval Industries
  • () Directorate-General for Chemical and Textile Industries
  • () Directorate-General for Food and Miscellaneous Industries
  • () Directorate-General for Industrial Technology and Security
7 October 1980 – 8 December 1982
  • () Undersecretariat of Industry and Energy
    • () Directorate-General for Services (disest. 15 Oct 1980)
  • () Commissariat for Energy and Mineral Resources
  • () Technical General Secretariat
  • () Directorate-General for Mines
  • () Directorate-General for Energy
  • () Directorate-General for Steel and Naval Industries
  • () Directorate-General for Chemical, Textile and Pharmaceutical Industries
  • () Directorate-General for Automotive and Construction Industries
  • () Directorate-General for Electronics and Informatics
  • () Directorate-General for Food Industries and the Small and Medium-sized Industry
  • () Directorate-General for Industrial Innovation and Technology

Ministry of AgricultureEdit

Ministry of Agriculture
(Ministerio de Agricultura)
  Jaime Lamo de Espinosa 6 April 1979 27 February 1981 UCD

Ministry of Trade and TourismEdit

Ministry of Trade and Tourism
(Ministerio de Comercio y Turismo)
(until 9 September 1980)
  Juan Antonio García Díez 6 April 1979 3 May 1980 UCD
  Luis Gámir 3 May 1980 9 September 1980 UCD

Ministry of the PresidencyEdit

Ministry of the Presidency
(Ministerio de la Presidencia)
  José Pedro Pérez-Llorca 6 April 1979 3 May 1980 UCD
  Rafael Arias-Salgado 3 May 1980 27 February 1981 UCD

Ministry of EconomyEdit

Ministry of Economy
(Ministerio de Economía)
(until 9 September 1980)

Ministry of Economy;
Ministry of Trade
(Ministerio de Economía;
Ministerio de Comercio)

(9 September – 7 October 1980)


Ministry of Economy and Trade
(Ministerio de Economía y Comercio)
(from 7 October 1980)

  José Luis Leal 6 April 1979 9 September 1980 UCD [40]
[54]
[55]
  Juan Antonio García Díez 9 September 1980 27 February 1981 UCD
7 October 1980 – 7 March 1981
  • () Undersecretariat of Economy
    • () Directorate-General for Economic Policy and Forecast
    • () Directorate-General for Planning
    • () Directorate-General for Financial Policy
    • () Directorate-General for the National Institute of Statistics
    • () Directorate-General for Competition and Consumer Affairs
    • () Directorate-General for Trade Management
    • () Directorate-General for Coordination and Services
  • () Undersecretariat of Trade
    • () Directorate-General for Trade Policy
    • () Directorate-General for Tariff Policy and Imports
    • () Directorate-General for Exports
    • () Directorate-General for Foreign Transactions
  • () Technical General Secretariat

Ministry of Transport and CommunicationsEdit

Ministry of Transport
and Communications

(Ministerio de Transportes
y Comunicaciones)
  Salvador Sánchez-Terán 6 April 1979 3 May 1980 UCD
  José Luis Álvarez 3 May 1980 27 February 1981 UCD

Ministry of Health and Social SecurityEdit

Ministry of Health
and Social Security

(Ministerio de Sanidad
y Seguridad Social)
  Juan Rovira Tarazona 6 April 1979 9 September 1980 UCD
  Alberto Oliart 9 September 1980 27 February 1981 UCD
(UCD from Dec 1980;
Indep. until Dec 1980)

Ministry of CultureEdit

Ministry of Culture
(Ministerio de Cultura)
  Manuel Clavero 6 April 1979 17 January 1980
(resigned)
UCD
  Ricardo de la Cierva 18 January 1980 9 September 1980 UCD
  Íñigo Cavero 9 September 1980 27 February 1981 UCD

Ministry of Territorial AdministrationEdit

Ministry of Territorial Administration
(Ministerio de Administración
Territorial)
  Antonio Fontán 6 April 1979 3 May 1980 UCD
  José Pedro Pérez-Llorca 3 May 1980 9 September 1980 UCD
  Rodolfo Martín Villa 9 September 1980 27 February 1981 UCD

Ministry of Universities and ResearchEdit

Ministry of Universities
and Research

(Ministerio de Universidades
e Investigación)
  Luis González Seara 6 April 1979 27 February 1981 UCD

Ministers without portfolioEdit

Deputy Minister to the Prime Minister,
without portfolio

(Ministro adjunto al Presidente, sin cartera)
(until 3 May 1980)
  Joaquín Garrigues Walker 6 April 1979 3 May 1980 UCD
Minister for Relations with the
European Communities, without
portfolio

(Ministro para las Relaciones con las
Comunidades Europeas, sin cartera)
  Leopoldo Calvo-Sotelo 6 April 1979 9 September 1980 UCD
  Eduard Punset 9 September 1980 27 February 1981 UCD
Deputy Minister for Relations with
the Cortes, without portfolio

(Ministro adjunto para las Relaciones
con las Cortes, sin cartera)

(until 18 January 1980)

Deputy Minister to the Prime Minister,
without portfolio

(Ministro adjunto al Presidente, sin cartera)
(18 January – 3 May 1980)

  Rafael Arias-Salgado 6 April 1979 3 May 1980 UCD
Deputy Minister to the Prime Minister,
without portfolio, in charge of Public
Administration

(Ministro adjunto al Presidente, sin cartera,
encargado de la Administración Pública)

(from 3 May 1980)
  Sebastián Martín-Retortillo 3 May 1980 27 February 1981 UCD
Deputy Minister to the Prime Minister,
without portfolio, in charge of Legislative
Coordination

(Ministro adjunto al Presidente, sin cartera,
encargado de la Coordinación Legislativa)

(3 May – 9 September 1980)
  Juan Antonio Ortega
y Díaz-Ambrona
3 May 1980 9 September 1980 UCD

NotesEdit

  1. ^ a b c Does not include the Prime Minister.
  2. ^ Joined the UCD in December 1980.[36]
  3. ^ a b On 7 October 1980, the ministries of Economy and the Trade were restructured and merged into the newly-established Ministry of Economy and Trade.[38]

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