MADRID, 20 Nov. (EUROPA PRESS) -
The new Government of Pedro Sánchez, shared in the PSOE and Sumar coalition, will have four vice-presidencies and 22 ministries. Although there are nine new ministers, the trend is one of continuity in the so-called ministries of State, such as Foreign Affairs, Defense or Interior.
One of the most important developments is the accumulation of power of Felix Bolaños, who, although he is not named vice president of the Government, will become a 'super minister', adding to the Presidency portfolio that of Justice, which is of vital importance in this legislature that begins with the amnesty law for Catalan independentists.
This is the list of vice presidents and ministers:
(Click on each person's position to access more information)
-- President of the Government: Pedro Sánchez-- First Vice President and Minister of Economic Affairs: Nadia Calviño-- Second Vice President and Minister of Labor: Yolanda Díaz-- Third Vice President and Minister of Ecological Transition and Demographic Challenge: Teresa Ribera-- Fourth Vice President and Minister of Finance and Public Service: María Jesús Montero-- Ministry of the Interior: Fernando Grande-Marlaska-- Ministry of Defense: Margarita Robles-- Ministry of Justice, Presidency and Relations with the Courts: Félix Bolaños-- Ministry of Foreign Affairs , European Union and Cooperation: José Manuel Albares-- Ministry of Territorial Policy and Democratic Memory: Ángel Víctor Torres-- Ministry of Industry: Jordi Hereu-- Ministry of Transport: Óscar Puente-- Ministry of Housing and Urban Agenda: Isabel Rodríguez- - Ministry of Social Security: Elma Saiz-- Ministry of Digital Transformation: José Luis Escrivá-- Ministry of Agriculture, Fisheries and Food: Luis Planas-- Ministry of Education, Vocational Training and Sports and Government spokesperson: Pilar Alegría-- Ministry of Science, Innovation and Universities: Diana Morant-- Ministry of Health: Mónica García-- Ministry of Culture: Ernest Urtasun-- Ministry of Equality: Ana Redondo-- Ministry of Social Rights: Pablo Bustinduy-- Ministry of Children and Youth: Sira Rego