Trevín government

The Trevín government was the regional government of Asturias led by President Antonio Trevín. It was formed in June 1995 after the resignation of Juan Luis Rodríguez-Vigil due to the Petromocho scandal.

Trevín government
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Date formed24 June 1993 (1993-06-24)
Date dissolved17 July 1995 (1995-07-17)
People and organisations
Head of governmentAntonio Trevín
No. of ministers8
Member partyAsturian Socialist Federation
Status in legislatureMinority government
Opposition partyPeople's Party of Asturias
Opposition leaderIsidro Fernández Rozada
History
Legislature term(s)3rd General Junta (1991–1995)
PredecessorRodríguez-Vigil
SuccessorMarqués

InvestitureEdit

Investiture
Antonio Trevín (PSOE)
Ballot → 16 June 1993
Required majority → 23 of 45  Y
Yes
27 / 45
No
18 / 45
Abstentions
0 / 45

CompositionEdit

Trevín government
(24 June 1993 – 17 July 1995)
Office Name Term of office Ref.
President Antonio Trevín 18 June 1993 – 14 July 1995 [1]
Minister of the Interior and Public Administrations María Antonia Fernández Felgueroso 24 June 1993 – 17 July 1995
Minister of Finance, Economy and Planning Avelino Viejo 24 June 1993 – 17 July 1995
Minister of Education, Culture, Sports and Youth Amelia Valcárcel 24 June 1993 – 17 July 1995
Minister of Health and Social Services José García González (es) 24 June 1993 – 17 July 1995
Minister of Infrastructures and Housing Juan Manuel Cofiño 24 June 1993 – 17 July 1995
Minister of Rural Affairs and Fisheries Santiago Alonso 24 June 1993 – 17 July 1995
Minister of Industry, Tourism and Employment Julián Bonet 24 June 1993 – 17 July 1995
Minister of the Environment and Urban Development María Luisa Carcedo 24 June 1993 – 17 July 1995

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Consejos de Gobierno desde 1982". JGPA.es. Retrieved 2 October 2018.