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Castile and León: Polity Style: 1983-2021

30 Jun 1978 provinces of Ávila, Burgos, León, Logroño, Palencia, Salamanca, Santander, Segovia, Soria, Valladolid and Zamora are placed under the administration of Consejo General de Castilla y de León, pending the approval of incorporation by provincial authorities, in accordance with a royal decree-law of 13 Jun 1978, effective upon publication (Spain Official Gazette, No. 155, 30 Jun 1978, pp. 15578-15579; Castile and León Official Gazette, No. 1, 2 May 1979, pp. 1-2) [1]
2 Mar 1983 municipalities integrated into the provinces of Ávila, Burgos, León, Palencia, Salamanca, Soria, Valladolid and Zamora are organized as an autonomous community (comunidad autónoma) of Spain in accordance with the Statute of Autonomy of Castile and León of 1983 (passed by Congreso de los Diputados of Spain on 26 Jan 1983; passed by Senado with amendments on 17 Feb 1983; amendments concurred in by Congreso de los Diputados on 22 Feb 1983; signed into law on 25 Feb 1983; effective upon publication (Spain Official Gazette, No. 52, 2 Mar 1983, pp. 5966-5972; Castile and León Official Gazette, No. 5, 10 Mar 1983, Extra, pp. 19-30) [2]
2 Mar 1983 - Castilla y León [3]

[1] The members of the Cortes of Spain from the provinces of Logroño and Santander declined the incorporation of these provinces into Consejo General de Castilla y de León.
[2] Full title (Spanish): Ley Orgánica 4/1983, de 25 de febrero, de Estatuto de Autonomía de Castilla-León.
[3] The Statute of Autonomy of Castile and León of 1983 (amended in 1994, 1999, 2007, 2010 and 2011) does not specify an official name for this autonomous community, referring to it as either Castilla y León, Comunidad de Castilla y León, or Comunidad Autónoma de Castilla y León. All forms are found in official use.
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