Aragon: Presidents of the Government: 1978-2020 - Archontology.org

Aragon: Presidents of the Government: 1978-2020

For the period starting on 30 Dec 1982, the commencement of term of a President of the Government is deemed to have started on the day of swearing-in ceremony which follows the election by the Cortes of Aragon and appointment by a royal decree issued by the King of Spain.
Presidente de la Diputación General de Aragón
9 Apr 1978 - 9 May 1981 Juan-Antonio Bolea Foradada [1][2]
9 May 1981 - 14 Dec 1982 Gaspar Castellano y de Gastón [3]
Presidente de la Diputación General de Aragón en funciones
14 Dec 1982 - 30 Dec 1982 José María Hernández de la Torre [4]
Presidente de la Diputación General de Aragón
30 Dec 1982 - 6 Jun 1983 Juan Antonio de Andrés Rodríguez
6 Jun 1983 - 30 Jul 1987 Santiago Marraco Solana
30 Jul 1987 - 12 Jul 1991 Hipólito Gómez de las Roces Pinilla [5]
12 Jul 1991 - 17 Sep 1993 Emilio Eiroa García
17 Sep 1993 - 19 Jan 1995 José Marco Berges [6]
Presidente de la Diputación General de Aragón en funciones
19 Jan 1995 - 11 Jul 1995 Ramón Tejedor Sanz [7]
Presidente de la Diputación General de Aragón
11 Jul 1995 - 2 Aug 1999 Santiago Lanzuela Marina
Presidente del Gobierno de Aragón
2 Aug 1999 - 14 Jul 2011 Marcelino Iglesias Ricou [8]
Presidenta del Gobierno de Aragón
14 Jul 2011 - 5 Jul 2015 Luisa Fernanda Rudí Úbeda
Presidente del Gobierno de Aragón
5 Jul 2015 - Francisco Javier Lambán Montañés

[1] Presidente de la Diputación General was ex officio Presidente del Consejo de Gobierno de la Diputación General.
[2] Bolea was elected President of the General Deputation on 9 Apr 1978 and immediately began to exercise the functions of office. He took oath of office on 22 Apr 1978.
[3] The resignation of Castellano was communicated to the King of Spain on 25 Nov 1982 and was accepted on 14 Dec 1982.
[4] Appointed to exercise the functions of the President of the General Deputation on 26 Nov 1982 and continued in office after the acceptance of the resignation of Castellano.
[5] Starting with the promulgation of a law of 24 Feb 1989 the style used in introduction was "En nombre del Rey y como Presidente de la Comunidad Autónoma..." while signed by Presidente de la Diputación General de Aragón.
[6] The resignations of Marco (dated 18 Jan 1995) as President of the General Deputation and a member of the Cortes of Aragon were submitted to the Cortes on 18 Jan 1995. He was discharged by a roal decree of 19 Jan 1995.
[7] The functions of the President of the General Deputation devolved on Tejedor following the submittal of the resignation of Marco to the Cortes (18 Jan 1995). He continued in office after Marco was formally discharged by a royal decree (19 Jan 1995).
[8] The Statute of Autonomy of Aragon (effective 23 Apr 2007) provides for the election of a Presidente de Aragón. Starting with the (re-)appointment of Iglesias by a royal decree of 5 Jul 2007, all appointments refer to the holder of the office as Presidente/Presidenta de Aragón, but the style used in legislation in invariably Presidente/Presidenta del Gobierno de Aragón, except for introductory formula for promulgation of laws ("En nombre del Rey y como Presidente de la Comunidad Autónoma de Aragón...")
Last updated on: 13 Oct 2020 21:25:27