First government of Pedro Sánchez

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1st government of Pedro Sánchez

Government of Spain
2018–2020
The government in June 2018 (top left), July 2018 (top right) and October 2018 (bottom).
Date formed7 June 2018
Date dissolved13 January 2020
People and organisations
MonarchFelipe VI
Prime MinisterPedro Sánchez
Deputy Prime MinisterCarmen Calvo
No. of ministers17[a]
Total no. of members19[a]
Member party  PSOE
Status in legislatureMinority government (2018–2019)
Caretaker government (2019–2020)
Opposition party  PP
Opposition leaderPablo Casado
History
Outgoing electionApril 2019 general election
November 2019 general election
Legislature term(s)12th Cortes Generales
13th Cortes Generales
Incoming formation2018 vote of no confidence
Outgoing formation2019–2020 government formation
PredecessorRajoy II
SuccessorSánchez II

The first government of Pedro Sánchez was formed on 7 June 2018, following the latter's election as Prime Minister of Spain by the Congress of Deputies on 1 June and his swearing-in on 2 June, as a result of the success of a motion of no confidence against Mariano Rajoy.[1] It succeeded the second Rajoy government and was the Government of Spain from 7 June 2018 to 13 January 2020, a total of 585 days, or 1 year, 7 months and 6 days.

The cabinet comprised members of the PSOE (including its sister party, the Socialists' Party of Catalonia, PSC) and a number of independents.[2][3] It was nicknamed as the "beautiful government" (Spanish: gobierno bonito) by the media, because its composition was purposely leaked in a slow cascade of surprise, well-received announcements in the days prior to its formation in order to heighten the positive media coverage on the new appointments.[4][5][6][7] It also became the government with the most female ministers in the country's history and in the world at the time, with 11 out of 17 ministries held by women or 64.7% of the total.[8][9]

The government was defeated in the parliamentary vote of the 2019 General State Budget bill, prompting Sánchez to dissolve the Cortes and call a snap election; as a result, this was the shortest government since the Spanish transition to democracy—not counting acting periods—lasting for 10 months before an election was held.[10] It was automatically dismissed on 29 April 2019 as a consequence of the April 2019 general election, but remained in acting capacity until the next government was sworn in.[11][12]

Investiture[edit]

Motion of no confidence
Pedro Sánchez (PSOE)
Ballot → 1 June 2018
Required majority → 176 out of 350 checkY
Yes
180 / 350
No
  • PP (134)
  • Cs (32)
  • UPN (2)
  • FAC (1)
169 / 350
Abstentions
1 / 350
Absentees
0 / 350
Sources[1][13]

Cabinet changes[edit]

Sánchez's first government saw a number of cabinet changes during its tenure:

From 29 April 2019, Sánchez's cabinet took on acting duties for the duration of the government formation process resulting from the April 2019 general election. This lasted for an estimated 259 days and saw a new general election being held in the meantime. A number of ministers renounced their posts throughout this period, with the ordinary duties of their ministries being transferred to other cabinet members as a result of Sánchez being unable to appoint replacements while in acting role.

Council of Ministers[edit]

The Council of Ministers was structured into the offices for the prime minister, the deputy prime minister, 17 ministries and the post of the spokesperson of the Government.[22][23][24]

Sánchez I Government
(7 June 2018 – 13 January 2020)
Portfolio Name Party Took office Left office Ref.
Prime Minister Pedro Sánchez PSOE 2 June 2018 8 January 2020 [25]
Deputy Prime Minister
Minister of the Presidency, Relations with the Cortes and Equality
Carmen Calvo PSOE 7 June 2018 13 January 2020 [26]
[27]
Minister of Foreign Affairs, European Union and Cooperation Josep Borrell PSOE 7 June 2018 30 November 2019 [27]
Minister of Justice Dolores Delgado PSOE (Ind.) 7 June 2018 13 January 2020 [27]
Minister of Defence Margarita Robles PSOE (Ind.) 7 June 2018 13 January 2020 [27]
Minister of Finance María Jesús Montero PSOE 7 June 2018 13 January 2020 [27]
Minister of the Interior Fernando Grande-Marlaska PSOE (Ind.) 7 June 2018 13 January 2020 [27]
Minister of Development José Luis Ábalos PSOE 7 June 2018 13 January 2020 [27]
Minister of Education and Vocational Training
Spokesperson of the Government
Isabel Celaá PSOE 7 June 2018 13 January 2020 [27]
[28]
Minister of Labour, Migration and Social Security Magdalena Valerio PSOE 7 June 2018 13 January 2020 [27]
Minister of Industry, Trade and Tourism Reyes Maroto PSOE 7 June 2018 13 January 2020 [27]
Minister of Agriculture, Fisheries and Food Luis Planas PSOE 7 June 2018 13 January 2020 [27]
Minister of Territorial Policy and Civil Service Meritxell Batet PSOE (PSC) 7 June 2018 20 May 2019 [27]
Minister for the Ecological Transition Teresa Ribera PSOE 7 June 2018 13 January 2020 [27]
Minister of Culture and Sports Màxim Huerta PSOE (Ind.) 7 June 2018 13 June 2018 [27]
Minister of Economy and Enterprise Nadia Calviño PSOE (Ind.) 7 June 2018 13 January 2020 [27]
Minister of Health, Consumer Affairs and Social Welfare Carmen Montón PSOE 7 June 2018 11 September 2018 [27]
Minister of Science, Innovation and Universities Pedro Duque PSOE (Ind.) 7 June 2018 13 January 2020 [27]

Changes June 2018[edit]

Portfolio Name Party Took office Left office Ref.
Minister of Culture and Sports José Guirao PSOE (Ind.) 14 June 2018 13 January 2020 [29]

Changes September 2018[edit]

Portfolio Name Party Took office Left office Ref.
Minister of Health, Consumer Affairs and Social Welfare María Luisa Carcedo PSOE 12 September 2018 13 January 2020 [30]

Changes 2019[edit]

Portfolio Name Party Took office Left office Ref.
Minister of Territorial Policy and Civil Service Luis Planas took on the ordinary discharge of duties from 20 May 2019 to 13 January 2020.[31]
Minister of Foreign Affairs, European Union and Cooperation Margarita Robles took on the ordinary discharge of duties from 30 November 2019 to 13 January 2020.[32]

Departmental structure[edit]

Pedro Sánchez's first government was organised into several superior and governing units, whose number, powers and hierarchical structure varied depending on the ministerial department.[24]

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

Prime Minister's Office[edit]

Prime Minister
(Presidencia del Gobierno)
Pedro Sánchez 2 June 2018 8 January 2020 PSOE [33]
19 June 2018 – 28 January 2020
  • () Cabinet of the Prime Minister's OfficeChief of Staff
    • () Deputy Chief of Staff
      • () Department of National Affairs
      • () Department of Economic Affairs
      • () Directorate for Institutional Affairs
    • () General Secretariat of the Prime Minister's Office
      • () Deputy General Secretariat
      • () Department of Protocol
      • () Department of Security
    • () General Secretariat for International Affairs, European Union, G20 and Global Security
      • () Department of International Affairs and Global Security
      • () Department of European Affairs and G20
    • () Directorate for Analysis and Studies
    • () Department of Homeland Security
  • () State Secretariat for Press
    • () Directorate-General for National Information
    • () Directorate-General for Communication
    • () Directorate-General for International Information
  • () High Commissioner for the Fight against Child Poverty
    • () Directorate of the Office of the High Commissioner for the Fight against Child Poverty
  • () High Commissioner for the 2030 Agenda
    • () Directorate of the Office of the High Commissioner for the 2030 Agenda
Deputy Prime Minister
(Vicepresidencia del Gobierno)
Carmen Calvo 7 June 2018 13 January 2020 PSOE [34]
See Ministry of the Presidency, Relations with the Cortes and Equality

Ministry of Foreign Affairs, European Union and Cooperation[edit]

Ministry of Foreign Affairs,
European Union and Cooperation

(Ministerio de Asuntos Exteriores,
Unión Europea y Cooperación)
Josep Borrell 7 June 2018 30 November 2019
(renounced)
PSOE [35]
[36]
[37]
Margarita Robles
(ordinary discharge of duties)
30 November 2019 13 January 2020 PSOE
(Independent)
23 June 2018 – 29 January 2020
  • () State Secretariat for Foreign Affairs
    • () Directorate-General for Foreign Policy and Security
    • () Directorate-General for the United Nations and Human Rights
    • () Directorate-General for the Maghreb, the Mediterranean and the Middle East
    • () Directorate-General for Africa
    • () Directorate-General for North America, Eastern Europe, Asia and the Pacific
    • () Directorate-General for International Economic Relations
  • () State Secretariat for the European Union
    • () Directorate-General for Integration and Coordination of General Affairs of the European Union
    • () Directorate-General for Coordination of the Internal Market and other European Union Policies
    • () Directorate-General for Western, Central and South East Europe
  • () State Secretariat for International Cooperation and for Ibero-America and the Caribbean
    • () Directorate-General for Sustainable Development Policies
    • () Directorate-General for Ibero-America and the Caribbean
  • () State Secretariat for Global Spain (est. 12 Oct 2018)
    • () Global Spain Office (est. 12 Oct 2018)
  • () Undersecretariat of Foreign Affairs, European Union and Cooperation
    • () Technical General Secretariat
    • () Directorate-General for the Foreign Service
    • () Directorate-General for Spaniards Abroad and Consular and Migratory Affairs (disest. 12 Oct 2018)
    • () Directorate-General for Spaniards Abroad and Consular Affairs (est. 12 Oct 2018)
    • () Directorate-General for Diplomatic Communication and Information
    • () Introducer of Ambassadors

Ministry of Justice[edit]

Ministry of Justice
(Ministerio de Justicia)
Dolores Delgado 7 June 2018 13 January 2020 PSOE
(Independent)
[36]
[38]
[39]
23 June 2018 – 29 January 2020
  • () State Secretariat for Justice
    • () General Secretariat for the Administration of Justice
      • () Directorate-General for Relations with the Administration of Justice
      • () Directorate-General for Modernization of Justice, Technological Development and Asset Recovery and Management (from 26 Aug 2018)
    • () Directorate-General for Modernization of Justice, Technological Development and Asset Recovery and Management (until 26 Aug 2018)
    • () Directorate-General for International Legal Cooperation and Relations with Religions (disest. 26 Aug 2018)
    • () Directorate-General for International Legal Cooperation, Relations with Religions and Human Rights (est. 26 Aug 2018)
  • () Undersecretariat of Justice
    • () Technical General Secretariat
    • () Directorate-General for Registries and Notaries
    • () Directorate-General for Historical Memory (est. 30 Jun 2018)
  • () Office of the Solicitor General of the State–Directorate of the State Legal Service

Ministry of Defence[edit]

Ministry of Defence
(Ministerio de Defensa)
Margarita Robles 7 June 2018 13 January 2020 PSOE
(Independent)
[36]
[40]
[41]
23 June 2018 – 29 January 2020

Ministry of Finance[edit]

Ministry of Finance
(Ministerio de Hacienda)
María Jesús Montero 7 June 2018 13 January 2020 PSOE [35]
[36]
[42]
23 June 2018 – 29 January 2020
  • () State Secretariat for Finance
    • () General Secretariat for Regional and Local Financing
    • () Directorate-General for Taxes
    • () Directorate-General for the Cadastre
    • () Central Economic-Administrative Court
    • () Directorate-General for the Regulation of Gambling
  • () State Secretariat for Budgets and Expenditure
    • () Directorate-General for Budgets
    • () Directorate-General for Personnel Costs and Public Pensions
    • () Directorate-General for European Funds
  • () Undersecretariat of Finance

Ministry of the Interior[edit]

Ministry of the Interior
(Ministerio del Interior)
Fernando Grande-Marlaska 7 June 2018 13 January 2020 PSOE
(Independent)
[36]
[43]
23 June 2018 – 29 January 2020

Ministry of Development[edit]

Ministry of Development
(Ministerio de Fomento)
José Luis Ábalos 7 June 2018 13 January 2020 PSOE [36]
[44]
23 June 2018 – 29 January 2020
  • () State Secretariat for Infrastructure, Transport and Housing
    • () General Secretariat for Infrastructure
      • () Directorate-General for Roads
    • () General Secretariat for Transport
      • () Directorate-General for Civil Aviation
      • () Directorate-General for the Merchant Marine
      • () Directorate-General for Land Transport
    • () General Secretariat for Housing
      • () Directorate-General for Architecture, Housing and Soil
  • () Undersecretariat of Development

Ministry of Education and Vocational Training[edit]

Ministry of Education
and Vocational Training

(Ministerio de Educación
y Formación Profesional)
Isabel Celaá 7 June 2018 13 January 2020 PSOE [35]
[36]
[45]
23 June 2018 – 29 January 2020
  • () State Secretariat for Education and Vocational Training
    • () Directorate-General for Evaluation and Territorial Cooperation
    • () Directorate-General for Vocational Training
    • () Directorate-General for Educational Planning and Management
  • () Undersecretariat of Education and Vocational Training
    • () Technical General Secretariat

Ministry of Labour, Migration and Social Security[edit]

Ministry of Labour,
Migration and Social Security

(Ministerio de Trabajo,
Migraciones y Seguridad Social)
Magdalena Valerio 7 June 2018 13 January 2020 PSOE [35]
[36]
[46]
23 June 2018 – 29 January 2020

Ministry of Industry, Trade and Tourism[edit]

Ministry of Industry,
Trade and Tourism

(Ministerio de Industria,
Comercio y Turismo)
Reyes Maroto 7 June 2018 13 January 2020 PSOE [35]
[36]
[47]
23 June 2018 – 29 January 2020
  • () State Secretariat for Trade
    • () Directorate-General for International Trade and Investments
    • () Directorate-General for Trade Policy and Competitiveness
  • () State Secretariat for Tourism
  • () General Secretariat for Industry and Small and Medium-sized Enterprises
    • () Directorate-General for Industry and Small and Medium-sized Enterprises
  • () Undersecretariat of Industry, Trade and Tourism
    • () Technical General Secretariat

Ministry of Agriculture, Fisheries and Food[edit]

Ministry of Agriculture,
Fisheries and Food

(Ministerio de Agricultura,
Pesca y Alimentación)
Luis Planas 7 June 2018 13 January 2020 PSOE [35]
[36]
[48]
23 June 2018 – 29 January 2020
  • () General Secretariat for Agriculture and Food
    • () Directorate-General for Agricultural Production and Markets
    • () Directorate-General for Health of Agricultural Production
    • () Directorate-General for Rural Development and Forest Policy (disest. 22 Jul 2018)
    • () Directorate-General for Rural Development, Innovation and Forest Policy (est. 22 Jul 2018)
    • () Directorate-General for the Food Industry
  • () General Secretariat for Fisheries
    • () Directorate-General for Fishery Resources
    • () Directorate-General for Fisheries Management and Aquaculture
  • () Undersecretariat of Agriculture, Fisheries and Food
    • () Technical General Secretariat
    • () Directorate-General for Services

Ministry of the Presidency, Relations with the Cortes and Equality[edit]

Ministry of the Presidency,
Relations with the Cortes
and Equality

(Ministerio de la Presidencia, Relaciones
con las Cortes e Igualdad)
Carmen Calvo 7 June 2018 13 January 2020 PSOE [35]
[36]
[39]
[49]
23 June 2018 – 29 January 2020

Ministry of Territorial Policy and Civil Service[edit]

Ministry of Territorial Policy
and Civil Service

(Ministerio de Política Territorial
y Función Pública)
Meritxell Batet 7 June 2018 20 May 2019
(renounced)
PSOE
(PSC–PSOE)
[35]
[36]
[50]
Luis Planas
(ordinary discharge of duties)
20 May 2019 13 January 2020 PSOE
23 June 2018 – 29 January 2020
  • () State Secretariat for Territorial Policy
    • () General Secretariat for Territorial Coordination
      • () Directorate-General for Regional and Local Cooperation
      • () Directorate-General for Regional and Local Legal Regime
  • () State Secretariat for the Civil Service
    • () General Secretariat for Digital Administration
    • () Directorate-General for the Civil Service
    • () Directorate-General for Public Governance
    • () Office for Conflicts of Interest
  • () Undersecretariat of Territorial Policy and Civil Service
    • () Technical General Secretariat
  • () Government Commissioner for the Demographic Challenge

Ministry for the Ecological Transition[edit]

Ministry for the Ecological
Transition

(Ministerio para la Transición
Ecológica)
Teresa Ribera 7 June 2018 13 January 2020 PSOE [35]
[36]
[51]
23 June 2018 – 29 January 2020
  • () State Secretariat for Energy
    • () Directorate-General for Energy Policy and Mines
  • () State Secretariat for Environment
    • () Directorate-General for Water
    • () Spanish Office for Climate Change
    • () Directorate-General for Biodiversity and Environmental Quality
    • () Directorate-General for Sustainability of the Coast and the Sea
  • () Undersecretariat for the Ecological Transition
    • () Technical General Secretariat

Ministry of Culture and Sports[edit]

Ministry of Culture and Sports
(Ministerio de Cultura y Deporte)
Màxim Huerta 7 June 2018 13 June 2018
(resigned)
PSOE
(Independent)
[35]
[36]
[52]
[53]
José Guirao 14 June 2018 13 January 2020 PSOE
(Independent)
23 June 2018 – 29 January 2020
  • () Undersecretariat of Culture and Sports
    • () Technical General Secretariat
  • () Directorate-General for Books and Promotion of Reading
  • () Directorate-General for Cultural Industries and Cooperation
  • () Directorate-General for Fine Arts
  • () High Council for Sports
    • () President's Office of the High Council for Sports
      • () Directorate-General for Sports

Ministry of Economy and Enterprise[edit]

Ministry of Economy and Enterprise
(Ministerio de Economía y Empresa)
Nadia Calviño 7 June 2018 13 January 2020 PSOE
(Independent)
[35]
[36]
[54]
23 June 2018 – 29 January 2020

Ministry of Health, Consumer Affairs and Social Welfare[edit]

Ministry of Health, Consumer
Affairs and Social Welfare

(Ministerio de Sanidad, Consumo
y Bienestar Social)
Carmen Montón 7 June 2018 11 September 2018
(resigned)
PSOE [35]
[36]
[55]
María Luisa Carcedo 12 September 2018 13 January 2020 PSOE
23 June 2018 – 29 January 2020
  • () State Secretariat for Social Services
    • () Directorate-General of Services for Families and Children
    • () Directorate-General for Disability Support Policies (disest. 25 Aug 2018)
    • () Directorate-General for Disability Policies (est. 25 Aug 2018)
    • () Government Delegation for the National Plan on Drugs
  • () General Secretariat for Health and Consumer Affairs
    • () Directorate-General for Public Health, Quality and Innovation
    • () Directorate-General for the Basic Catalogue of Services of the National Health System and Pharmacy
    • () Directorate-General for Professional Management
    • () Directorate-General for Consumer Affairs (est. 25 Aug 2018)
  • () Undersecretariat of Health, Consumer Affairs and Social Welfare
    • () Technical General Secretariat

Ministry of Science, Innovation and Universities[edit]

Ministry of Science,
Innovation and Universities

(Ministerio de Ciencia,
Innovación y Universidades)
Pedro Duque 7 June 2018 13 January 2020 PSOE
(Independent)
[35]
[36]
[56]
23 June 2018 – 29 January 2020

Spokesperson of the Government[edit]

Spokesperson of the Government
(Portavoz del Gobierno)
Isabel Celaá 7 June 2018 13 January 2020 PSOE [28]

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ a b Does not include the Prime Minister.

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