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12th Congress of Deputies

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12th Congress of Deputies
11th 13th
Congreso de los Diputados (España) 14.jpg
Overview
Meeting placePalacio de las Cortes
Term19 July 2016 (2016-07-19) – 5 March 2019 (2019-03-05)
Election26 June 2016
Government
Websitecongreso.es
Deputies
Congreso de los Diputados de la XII Legislatura de España.svg
Members350
PresidentAna Pastor (PP)
First Vice-PresidentIgnacio Prendes (Cs)
Second Vice-PresidentMicaela Navarro (PSOE)
Third Vice-PresidentRosa Romero (PP)
Fourth Vice-PresidentGloria Elizo (UP)
First SecretaryAlicia Sánchez-Camacho (PP)
Second SecretaryJuan Luis Gordo (PSOE)
Third SecretaryMarcelo Expósito (ECP)
Fourth SecretaryPatricia Reyes (Cs)

The 12th Congress of Deputies was a meeting of the Congress of Deputies, the lower house of the Spanish Cortes Generales, with the membership determined by the results of the 2016 general election held on 26 June 2016. The congress met for the first time on 19 July 2016 and was dissolved prematurely on 5 March 2019.

Election

The 12th Spanish general election was held on 26 June 2016. At the election the conservative People's Party remained the largest party in the Congress of Deputies but fell short of a majority.[1][2][3]

Alliance Votes % Seats +/–
People's Party 7,941,236 33.01% 137 Increase14
Spanish Socialist Workers' Party 5,443,846 22.63% 85 Decrease5
Unidos Podemos-En Comú Podem-A la valenciana-En Marea 5,087,538 21.15% 71
Citizens 3,141,570 13.06% 32 Decrease8
Republican Left of Catalonia–Catalonia Yes-Sovereignty for the Isles 639,652 2.66% 9
Democratic Convergence of Catalonia 483,488 2.01% 8
Basque Nationalist Party 287,014 1.19% 5 Decrease1
Others/blanks 1,029,411 4.28% 3
Total 24,053,755 100.00% 350

History

The new congress met for the first time on 19 July 2016 and after two rounds of voting Ana Pastor (PP) was elected as President of the Congress of Deputies with the support of the Cs.[4][5]

Other members of the Bureau of the Congress of Deputies were also elected on 19 July 2016: Ignacio Prendes (Cs), First Vice-President; Micaela Navarro (PSOE), Second Vice-President; Rosa Romero (PP), Third Vice-President; Gloria Elizo (Podemos), Fourth Vice-President; Alicia Sánchez-Camacho (PP), First Secretary; Juan Luis Gordo (PSOE), Second Secretary; Marcelo Expósito (ECP), Third Secretary; and Patricia Reyes (Cs), Fourth Secretary.[6][7]

After a protracted government formation and four rounds of voting, Mariano Rajoy (PP) was re-elected Prime Minister with the support of the Cs on 29 October 2016 after the PSOE leadership chose to abstain.[9][10]

Prime Minister (Mariano Rajoy)
Votes
Round 1[11] Round 2[12] Round 3[13] Round 4[14]
31 August 2016 2 September 2016 27 October 2016 29 October 2016
For 170 170 170 170
Against 180 180 180 111
Abstain 0 0 0 68
Absent 0 0 0 1
Total 350 350 350 350

In June 2017, following a series of corruption scandals involving the PP, Podemos submitted a motion of no confidence in Rajoy's government but on 14 June 2017 Congress rejected the motion after the PSOE leadership chose to abstain again.[15][16]

Prime Minister
(Pablo Iglesias Turrión)[17]
Votes
For 82
Against 170
Abstain 97
Absent 1
Total 350

In May 2018, following another corruption scandal involving the PP, PSOE submitted a motion of no confidence in Rajoy's government and on 1 June 2018 Congress approved the motion after Podemos and various separatist, nationalist and regionalist parties chose to support the motion.[18][19] As a result of the vote PSOE leader Pedro Sánchez became Prime Minister.[20][21]

Prime Minister
(Pedro Sánchez)[22]
Votes
For 180
Against 169
Abstain 1
Absent 0
Total 350

After the PSOE government refused to discuss right to self-determination for Catalonia, Catalan separatists joined the PP and Cs in voting down the 2019 General State Budget on 13 February 2019.[23][24] On 15 February 2019 Prime Minister Sánchez announced that a snap election would be held on 28 April 2019.[25][26] The 12th Cortes Generales was formally dissolved on 5 March 2019.[27]

Deaths, disqualifications and resignations

The 12th congress saw the following deaths, disqualifications and resignations:

  • 8 August 2016 - María Such (PSOE) resigned after being appointed director of the Valencian Institute of Women and Gender Equality.[28][29] She was replaced by Ciprià Ciscar (PSOE) on 24 August 2016.[30]
  • 22 August 2016 - Alejandro Ramírez (PP) died.[30][31][32] He was replaced by Víctor Valentín Píriz (PP) on 29 August 2016.[30]
  • 20 September 2016 - María del Puerto Gallego (PSOE) resigned after being indicted for prevarication.[33] He was replaced by Ricardo Cortés (PSOE) on 22 September 2016.[34]
  • 13 October 2016 - Domingo Lorenzo (Cs) resigned for personal reasons.[35] He was replaced by María Sandra Juliá (Cs) on 17 October 2016.[35]
  • 17 October 2016 - Alfonso Alonso (PP) resigned after being elected to the Basque Parliament.[35] He was replaced by Javier Ignacio Maroto (PP) on 18 October 2016.[35]
  • 29 October 2016 - Pedro Sánchez (POSE) resigned following an internal crisis in the PSOE.[36] He was replaced by María Carlota Merchán (PSOE) on 15 November 2016.[37]
  • 18 November 2016 - Irene Garrido (PP) resigned after being appointed Secretary of State for the Economy.[38] She was replaced by Tomás Javier Fole (PP) on 22 November 2016.[38]
  • 21 November 2016 - Matilde Asian (PP) and José Enrique Fernández (PP) resigned after being appointed Secretary of State for Tourism and Secretary of State for Finance respectively.[38] They were replaced by Celia Alberto (PP) and Javier Calvente (PP) respectively on 22 November 2016.[38]
  • 25 November 2016 - Tomás Burgos (PP), José Antonio Nieto (PP) and Juan María Vazquez (PP) resigned after being appointed Secretary of State for Social Security, Secretary of State for Security and Secretary of State for Science and Innovation respectively.[39] They were replaced by Raquel Lourdes Alonso (PP), Isabel Cabezas (PP) and Francisco Javier Ruano (PP) respectively on 29 November 2016.[39]
  • 28 November 2016 - Pedro Azpiazu (EAJ-PNV) resigned after being appointed Minister of Finance and Economy of the Basque Country.[39] He was replaced by Idoia Sagastizabal (EAJ-PNV) on 13 December 2016.[40]
  • 28 November 2016 - Eloísa Cabrera (PP) resigned to prioritise her position as a municipal councillor.[39] She was replaced by María del Carmen Navarro (PP) on 29 November 2016.[39]
  • 7 December 2016 - José María Lassalle (PP) resigned after being appointed Secretary of State for Information Society and Digital Agenda.[40] He was replaced by Diego Movellán (PP) on 13 December 2016.[40]
  • 9 February 2017 - Ángeles Isac (PP) resigned in order to prepare for the 2019 municipal elections.[41] She was replaced by María Torres (PP) on 14 February 2017.[41]
  • 29 March 2017 - Francesc Homs (PDeCAT) was disqualified for one year and one month by the Supreme Court for his role in the Catalan self-determination referendum, 2014.[42] He was replaced by Feliu-Joan Guillaumes (PDeCAT) on 5 April 2017.[43]
  • 31 August 2017 - Antonio Trevín (PSOE) resigned following political disagreement with the PSOE leadership.[44] He was replaced by Natalia González (PSOE) on 12 September 2017.[44]
  • 4 September 2017 - Eduardo Madina (PSOE) resigned following political disagreement with the PSOE leadership.[44] He was replaced by José Enrique Serrano (PSOE) on 12 September 2017.[44]
  • 18 September 2017 - Carmen Álvarez-Arenas (PP) resigned following a scandal relating to non-declaration of income.[45] She was replaced by Pilar Marcos (PP) on 19 September 2017.[45]
  • 9 November 2017 - Francisco Bernabé (PP) resigned after being appointed the national government's delegate in Murcia.[46] He was replaced by María Dolores Bolarín (PP) on 14 November 2017.[46]
  • 14 November 2017 - Julián López (PSOE) resigned after being appointed Director-General of Analysis, Public Policies and Co-ordination of the Presidency of the Generalitat Valenciana.[46] He was replaced by Herick Campos (PSOE) on 14 November 2017.[46]
  • 28 December 2017 - Jorge Moragas (PP) resigned after being appointed Spain's Permanent Representative to the United Nations.[47] He was replaced by Ángeles Esteller (PP) on 6 February 2018.[48]
  • 17 January 2018 - Xavier Domènech (ECP) resigned after being elected to the Parliament of Catalonia.[49] He was replaced by Alicia Ramos (ECP) on 6 February 2018.[48]
  • 1 June 2018 - Ester Capella (ERC–CatSí) and Teresa Jordà (ERC–CatSí) resigned after being appointed Minister of Justice and Minister of Agriculture, Livestock, Fisheries and Food of Catalonia respectively.[50] They were replaced by Carolina Telechea (ERC–CatSí) and Joan Margall (ERC–CatSí) respectively on 12 June 2018.[50]
  • 15 June 2018 - José Luis Ábalos (PSOE), Meritxell Batet (PSOE) and Margarita Robles (PSOE) resigned after being appointed Minister of Public Works, Minister of Territorial Policy and Civil Service and Minister of Defence respectively.[51] They were replaced by Alicia Piquer (PSOE), Mohammed Chaib (PSOE) and Gema López (PSOE) respectively on 19 June 2018.[51]
  • 15 June 2018 - Mariano Rajoy (PP) retired from politics after being ousted as Prime Minister.[51] He was replaced by Valentina Martínez (PP) on 19 June 2018.[51]
  • 19 June 2018 - Manuel Gabriel González (PSOE) resigned after being appointed the national government's delegate in Castilla–La Mancha.[51] He was replaced by Soledad Amada Velasco (PSOE) on 26 June 2018.[52]
  • 20 June 2018 - Ana Botella (PSOE) resigned after being appointed Secretary of State for Security.[52] She was replaced by Antonio Quintana (PSOE) on 26 June 2018.[52]
  • 22 June 2018 - Pedro Saura (PSOE) resigned after being appointed Secretary of State for Infrastructure.[52] He was replaced by Carmen Baños (PSOE) on 2 July 2018.[53][54]
  • 29 June 2018 - Ignacio Sánchez (PSOE) resigned after being appointed Secretary of State for Territorial Policy.[53] He was replaced by Patricia Sierra (PSOE) on 2 July 2018.[53][54]
  • 29 June 2018 - Pablo Matos (PP) resigned after being appointed to the Canary Islands Advisory Council.[53] He was replaced by Manuel Luis Torres (PP) on 2 July 2018.[53][54]
  • 10 September 2018 - Soraya Sáenz de Santamaría (PP) retired from politics.[55][56][57] She was replaced by Mariano Pérez-Hickman (PP) on 11 September 2018.[55][58][59]
  • 14 November 2018 - María Dolores de Cospedal (PP) resigned following a scandal.[60] She was replaced by Francisco Vañó (PP) on 20 November 2018.[60]
  • 26 December 2018 - Alfonso Candón (PP) resigned after being elected to the Parliament of Andalusia.[61] He was replaced by Andrés Núñez (PP) on 22 January 2019.[62]
  • 21 January 2019 - Íñigo Errejón (UP) resigned following an internal crisis in Podemos.[62] He was replaced by Sol Sánchez (Podemos) on 22 January 2019.[62]
  • 11 February 2019 - Juan Bravo (PP) resigned after being appointed Minister of Finance, Industry and Energy of Andalusia.[63] He was replaced by Kissy Chandiramani (PP) on 12 February 2019.[63]
  • 15 February 2019 - Maria Rosa Martínez (UP) resigned after becoming the Elkarrekin Podemos's co-ordinator in the Basque Parliament.[64] She was replaced by María Carmen Iglesias (UP) on 19 February 2019.[64]
  • 21 February 2019 - Rafael Merino (PP) resigned after being appointed director of the Public Agency of Ports of Andalusia.[64] He was replaced by Manuel Torres (PP) on 21 February 2019.[64]
  • 22 February 2019 - Teófila Martínez (PP) resigned after being appointed president of the Port Authority of Cadiz.[64] She was replaced by José Ignacio Romaní (PP) on 26 February 2019.[65]

Members

Name Constituency No. Party Alliance Group Took office Left office Notes
José Luis Ábalos Valencia 2 PSPV–PSOE PSOE Socialist 8 July 2016 15 June 2018 Replaced by Alicia Piquer.
Pedro Acedo Badajoz 3 PP PP People's 7 July 2016 5 March 2019
Joseba Andoni Agirretxea Gipuzkoa 1 EAJ/PNV EAJ/PNV Basque 12 July 2016 5 March 2019
Ernesto Aguiar Santa Cruz 3 PP PP People's 5 July 2016 5 March 2019
Ramón Aguirre Guadalajara 2 PP PP People's 18 July 2016 5 March 2019
Nayua Mirian Alba Gipuzkoa 1 Podemos UP UP–ECP–EM[a] 11 July 2016 5 March 2019
María Dolores Alba Alicante 5 PP PP People's 6 July 2016 5 March 2019
Joaquín Albaladejo Alicante 3 PP PP People's 13 July 2016 5 March 2019
Celia Alberto Las Palmas 4 PP PP People's 22 November 2016 5 March 2019 Replaces Matilde Asian.
Miriam Alconchel Cádiz 2 PSOE–A PSOE Socialist 13 July 2016 5 March 2019
Íñigo Alli Navarre 1 UPN PP Mixed 12 July 2016 5 March 2019
Alfonso Alonso Álava 1 PP PP People's 14 July 2016 17 October 2016 Replaced by Javier Maroto.
Fèlix Alonso Tarragona 1 EUiA ECP UP–ECP–EM[a] 12 July 2016 5 March 2019
José Jaime Alonso Toledo 3 PP PP People's 5 July 2016 5 March 2019
Raquel Lourdes Alonso Valladolid 3 PP PP People's 29 November 2016 5 March 2019 Replaces Tomás Burgos.
Rosa Ana Alonso Cantabria 1 Podemos UP UP–ECP–EM[a] 13 July 2016 5 March 2019
Ana Isabel Alós Huesca 1 PP PP People's 12 July 2016 5 March 2019
Ángeles Álvarez Madrid 4 PSOE–M PSOE Socialist 7 July 2016 5 March 2019
Félix Álvarez Cantabria 1 C's C's Citizens 7 July 2016 5 March 2019
Carmen Álvarez-Arenas Madrid 9 PP PP People's 5 July 2016 18 September 2017 Replaced by Pilar Marcos.
María Teresa Angulo Badajoz 1 PP PP People's 14 July 2016 5 March 2019
Javier Antón Soria 1 PSCyL–PSOE PSOE Socialist 12 July 2016 5 March 2019
María Teresa Arévalo Albacete 1 Podemos UP UP–ECP–EM[a] 14 July 2016 5 March 2019
Pedro Arrojo Zaragoza 1 Podemos UP UP–ECP–EM[a] 6 July 2016 5 March 2019
Matilde Asian Las Palmas 2 PP PP People's 6 July 2016 21 November 2016 Replaced by Celia Alberto.
José Luis Ayllón Madrid 7 PP PP People's 14 July 2016 5 March 2019
Pedro Azpiazu Biscay 2 EAJ/PNV EAJ/PNV Basque 12 July 2016 28 November 2016 Replaced by Idoia Sagastizabal.
María Luz Bajo Madrid 11 PP PP People's 7 July 2016 5 March 2019
Joan Baldoví Valencia 1 Compromís ALV Mixed 12 July 2016 5 March 2019
Àngela Ballester Valencia 2 Podemos ALV UP–ECP–EM[a] 12 July 2016 5 March 2019
Fátima Báñez Huelva 1 PP PP People's 15 July 2016 5 March 2019
Carmen Baños Murcia 5 PSRM–PSOE PSOE Socialist 2 July 2018 5 March 2019 Replaces Pedro Saura.
Iñigo Barandiaran Gipuzkoa 2 EAJ/PNV EAJ/PNV Basque 12 July 2016 5 March 2019
Miguel Barrachina Castellón 1 PP PP People's 12 July 2016 5 March 2019
Leopoldo Barreda Biscay 1 PP PP People's 6 July 2016 5 March 2019
José María Barreda Ciudad Real 2 PSCM–PSOE PSOE Socialist 6 July 2016 5 March 2019
José María Barrios Zamora 2 PP PP People's 5 July 2016 5 March 2019
Elena Bastidas Valencia 1 PP PP People's 6 July 2016 5 March 2019
Enric Bataller Valencia 3 Compromís ALV Mixed 12 July 2016 5 March 2019
Meritxell Batet Barcelona 1 PSC PSOE Socialist 13 July 2016 15 June 2018 Replaced by Mohammed Chaib.
Marian Beitialarrangoitia Gipuzkoa 1 Sortu EH Bildu Mixed 18 July 2016 5 March 2019
Ferran Bel Tarragona 1 CDC[b] CDC[b] Mixed 14 July 2016 5 March 2019
Ione Belarra Navarre 1 Podemos UP UP–ECP–EM[a] 11 July 2016 5 March 2019
Pablo Bellido Guadalajara 1 PSCM–PSOE PSOE Socialist 8 July 2016 5 March 2019
José Antonio Bermúdez Salamanca 1 PP PP People's 14 July 2016 5 March 2019
Francisco Bernabé Murcia 2 PP PP People's 6 July 2016 9 November 2017 Replaced by María Dolores Bolarín.
Carolina Bescansa Madrid 2 Podemos UP UP–ECP–EM[a] 13 July 2016 5 March 2019
María del Mar Blanco Madrid 14 PP PP People's 7 July 2016 5 March 2019
Patricia Blanquer Alicante 2 PSPV–PSOE PSOE Socialist 5 July 2016 5 March 2019
Manuel Blasco Teruel 1 PP PP People's 5 July 2016 5 March 2019
María Dolores Bolarín Murcia 7 PP PP People's 14 November 2017 5 March 2019 Replaces Francisco Bernabé.
María Jesús Bonilla Cuenca 2 PP PP People's 7 July 2016 5 March 2019
Isabel María Borrego Murcia 3 PP PP People's 6 July 2016 5 March 2019
Rita Bosaho Alicante 1 Podemos ALV UP–ECP–EM[a] 12 July 2016 5 March 2019
Amparo Botejara Badajoz 1 Podemos UP UP–ECP–EM[a] 12 July 2016 5 March 2019
Ana Botella Valencia 1 PSPV–PSOE PSOE Socialist 12 July 2016 20 June 2018 Replaced by Antonio Quintana.
Juan Bravo Ceuta 1 PP PP People's 7 July 2016 11 February 2019 Replaced by Kissy Chandiramani.
Tomás Burgos Valladolid 1 PP PP People's 7 July 2016 25 November 2016 Replaced by Raquel Alonso.
Miguel Ángel Bustamante Seville 3 PCA UP UP–ECP–EM[a] 12 July 2016 5 March 2019
Pablo Bustinduy Madrid 8 Podemos UP UP–ECP–EM[a] 14 July 2016 5 March 2019
Isabel Cabezas Córdoba 4 PP PP People's 29 November 2016 5 March 2019 Replaces José Antonio Nieto.
Eloísa Cabrera Almería 3 PP PP People's 6 July 2016 28 November 2016 Replaced by Carmen Navarro.
Javier Calvente Jaén 3 PP PP People's 22 November 2016 5 March 2019 Replaces José Enrique Fernández.
José Miguel Camacho Toledo 2 PSCM–PSOE PSOE Socialist 5 July 2016 5 March 2019
Gregorio Cámara Granada 2 PSOE–A PSOE Socialist 13 July 2016 5 March 2019
Juan Carlos Campo Cádiz 3 PSOE–A PSOE Socialist 5 July 2016 5 March 2019
Herick Campos Alicante 3 PSPV–PSOE PSOE Socialist 14 November 2017 5 March 2019 Replaces Julián López.
Gerardo Camps Alicante 4 PP PP People's 8 July 2016 5 March 2019
Carles Campuzano Barcelona 2 CDC[b] CDC[b] Mixed 5 July 2016 5 March 2019
Pilar Cancela A Coruña 1 PSdeG–PSOE PSOE Socialist 13 July 2016 5 March 2019
Ignasi Candela Alicante 2 Compromís ALV Mixed 12 July 2016 5 March 2019
Alfonso Candón Cádiz 3 PP PP People's 6 July 2016 26 December 2018 Replaced by Andrés Núñez.
José Cano Alicante 2 C's C's Citizens 6 July 2016 5 March 2019
Francisco Javier Cano Cádiz 1 C's C's Citizens 7 July 2016 5 March 2019
Zaida Cantera Madrid 6 Independent PSOE Socialist 6 July 2016 5 March 2019
Toni Cantó Valencia 1 C's C's Citizens 14 July 2016 5 March 2019
Diego Cañamero Jaén 1 Podemos UP UP–ECP–EM[a] 14 July 2016 5 March 2019
Joan Capdevila Barcelona 5 Independent ERC–CatSí Republican Left 18 July 2016 5 March 2019
Ester Capella Barcelona 3 ERC ERC–CatSí Republican Left 14 July 2016 1 June 2018 Replaced by Carolina Telechea.
José David Carracedo Biscay 3 Podemos UP UP–ECP–EM[a] 15 July 2016 5 March 2019
María Ascensión Carreño Murcia 5 PP PP People's 7 July 2016 5 March 2019
Sara Carreño La Rioja 1 Podemos UP UP–ECP–EM[a] 18 July 2016 5 March 2019
Pablo Casado Ávila 1 PP PP People's 14 July 2016 5 March 2019
Loreto Cascales Alicante 2 PP PP People's 7 July 2016 5 March 2019
Sofía Castañón Asturias 1 Podemos UP UP–ECP–EM[a] 13 July 2016 5 March 2019
Rafael Catalá Cuenca 1 PP PP People's 8 July 2016 5 March 2019
Mohammed Chaib Barcelona 6 PSC PSOE Socialist 19 June 2018 5 March 2019 Replaces Meritxell Batet.
Kissy Chandiramani Ceuta S PP PP People's 12 February 2019 5 March 2019 Replaces Juan Bravo.
José María Chiquillo Valencia 4 PP PP People's 13 July 2016 5 March 2019
Ciprià Ciscar Valencia 4 PSPV–PSOE PSOE Socialist 24 August 2016 5 March 2019 Replaces María Such.
Lourdes Ciuró Barcelona 3 CDC[b] CDC[b] Mixed 12 July 2016 5 March 2019
Óscar Clavell Castellón 2 PP PP People's 8 July 2016 5 March 2019
Diego Clemente Almería 1 C's C's Citizens 7 July 2016 5 March 2019
Pilar Cortés Zaragoza 2 PP PP People's 5 July 2016 5 March 2019
Ricardo Cortés Cantabria 2 PSC PSOE Socialist 22 September 2016 5 March 2019 Replaces María del Puerto Gallego.
Mar Cotelo La Rioja 2 PPR PP People's 6 July 2016 5 March 2019
Carmen Rocío Cuello Seville 4 PSOE–A PSOE Socialist 11 July 2016 5 March 2019
Manuel Cruz Barcelona 2 Independent PSOE Socialist 13 July 2016 5 March 2019
Bienvenido de Arriba Salamanca 3 PP PP People's 5 July 2016 5 March 2019
Avelino de Barrionuevo Málaga 3 PP PP People's 5 July 2016 5 March 2019
María Dolores de Cospedal Toledo 1 PP PP People's 14 July 2016 14 November 2018 Replaced by Francisco Vañó.
María del Rocío de Frutos Ourense 1 PSdeG–PSOE PSOE Socialist 13 July 2016 5 March 2019
María Teresa de Lara Madrid 8 PP PP People's 5 July 2016 5 March 2019
Teófilo de Luis Madrid 10 PP PP People's 6 July 2016 5 March 2019
Jaime Eduardo de Olano Lugo 2 PP PP People's 8 July 2016 5 March 2019
Sergio del Campo Tarragona 1 C's C's Citizens 14 July 2016 5 March 2019
Juan Manuel del Olmo Valladolid 1 Podemos UP UP–ECP–EM[a] 5 July 2016 5 March 2019
Emilio del Río La Rioja 1 PPR PP People's 6 July 2016 5 March 2019
Concepción de Santa Ana Granada 3 PP PP People's 6 July 2016 5 March 2019
Mae de la Concha Balearic Islands 1 Podemos UP-MES UP–ECP–EM[a] 18 July 2016 5 March 2019
Salvador Antonio de la Encina Cádiz 1 PSOE–A PSOE Socialist 7 July 2016 5 March 2019
Francisco de la Torre Madrid 2 C's C's Citizens 6 July 2016 5 March 2019
Celso Luis Delgado Ourense 2 PP PP People's 5 July 2016 5 March 2019
Juan Antonio Delgado Cádiz 2 Podemos UP UP–ECP–EM[a] 7 July 2016 5 March 2019
Guillermo Díaz Málaga 2 C's C's Citizens 7 July 2016 5 March 2019
José Juan Díaz Huelva 1 PSOE–A PSOE Socialist 13 July 2016 5 March 2019
Yolanda Díaz A Coruña 2 EU En Marea UP–ECP–EM[a] 12 July 2016 5 March 2019
Xavier Domènech Barcelona 1 BComú ECP UP–ECP–EM[a] 13 July 2016 17 January 2018 Replaced by Alicia Ramos.
María del Carmen Dueñas Melilla 1 PP PP People's 12 July 2016 5 March 2019
José Ignacio Echániz Madrid 12 PP PP People's 7 July 2016 5 March 2019
Gloria Elizo Toledo 1 Podemos UP UP–ECP–EM[a] 8 July 2016 5 March 2019 Fourth Vice-President.
Odón Elorza Gipuzkoa 1 PSE–EE (PSOE) PSOE Socialist 12 July 2016 5 March 2019
Xavier Eritja Lleida 1 ERC ERC–CatSí Republican Left 18 July 2016 5 March 2019
Íñigo Errejón Madrid 3 Podemos UP UP–ECP–EM[a] 11 July 2016 21 January 2019 Replaced by Sol Sánchez.
Beatriz Marta Escudero Segovia 1 PP PP People's 6 July 2016 5 March 2019
Carolina España Málaga 1 PP PP People's 5 July 2016 5 March 2019
Aitor Esteban Biscay 1 EAJ/PNV EAJ/PNV Basque 12 July 2016 5 March 2019
Ángeles Esteller Barcelona 5 PP PP People's 6 February 2018 5 March 2019 Replaces Jorge Moragas.
Marcelo Expósito Barcelona 8 BComú ECP UP–ECP–EM[a] 7 July 2016 5 March 2019 Third Secretary.
Elena Faba Barcelona 3 C's C's Citizens 13 July 2016 5 March 2019
Sònia Farré Barcelona 4 Podemos ECP UP–ECP–EM[a] 12 July 2016 5 March 2019
Alexandra Fernández Pontevedra 1 Anova En Marea UP–ECP–EM[a] 18 July 2016 5 March 2019
Eduardo Fernández León 1 PP PP People's 6 July 2016 5 March 2019
Jesús María Fernández Navarre 1 PSN–PSOE PSOE Socialist 12 July 2016 5 March 2019
Jorge Fernández Barcelona 1 PP PP People's 8 July 2016 5 March 2019
José Enrique Fernández Jaén 1 PP PP People's 7 July 2016 21 November 2016 Replaced by Javier Calvente.
Miguel Anxo Elías Fernández Lugo 1 Anova En Marea UP–ECP–EM[a] 18 July 2016 5 March 2019
Sonia Ferrer Almería 1 PSOE–A PSOE Socialist 12 July 2016 5 March 2019
María Aurora Flórez León 1 PSCyL–PSOE PSOE Socialist 14 July 2016 5 March 2019
Carlos Javier Floriano Cáceres 1 PP PP People's 6 July 2016 5 March 2019
Tomás Javier Fole Pontevedra 5 PP PP People's 22 November 2016 5 March 2019 Replaces Irene Garrido.
Isabel Franco Huelva 1 Podemos UP UP–ECP–EM[a] 11 July 2016 5 March 2019
Sebastián Franquis Las Palmas 1 PSC–PSOE PSOE Socialist 8 July 2016 5 March 2019
Oscar Galeano Zaragoza 2 PSOE–Aragón PSOE Socialist 6 July 2016 5 March 2019
María del Puerto Gallego Cantabria 1 PSC PSOE Socialist 7 July 2016 20 September 2016 Replaced by Ricardo Cortés.
María Dolores Galovart Pontevedra 1 PSdeG–PSOE PSOE Socialist 18 July 2016 5 March 2019
Óscar Gamazo Valencia 6 PP PP People's 14 July 2016 5 March 2019
Miguel Ángel Garaulet Murcia 1 C's C's Citizens 7 July 2016 5 March 2019
Eva García Málaga 2 IULV–CA UP UP–ECP–EM[a] 12 July 2016 5 March 2019
Isabel García Madrid 3 PP PP People's 15 July 2016 5 March 2019
Joaquín María García Lugo 1 PP PP People's 18 July 2016 5 March 2019
José Ramón García Cañal Asturias 3 PP PP People's 13 July 2016 5 March 2019
José Ramón García Hernández Ávila 2 PP PP People's 6 July 2016 5 March 2019
Maria del Mar Garcia Barcelona 6 Podemos ECP UP–ECP–EM[a] 13 July 2016 5 March 2019
Ricardo Antonio García A Coruña 2 PSdeG–PSOE PSOE Socialist 7 July 2016 5 March 2019
Teodoro García Murcia 1 PP PP People's 6 July 2016 5 March 2019
José Manuel García-Margallo Alicante 1 PP PP People's 11 July 2016 5 March 2019
María José García-Pelayo Cádiz 2 PP PP People's 8 July 2016 5 March 2019
Arturo García-Tizón Toledo 2 PP PP People's 5 July 2016 5 March 2019
Irene Garrido Pontevedra 2 PP PP People's 5 July 2016 18 November 2016 Replaced by Tomás Fole.
Alberto Garzón Madrid 5 PCM UP UP–ECP–EM[a] 12 July 2016 5 March 2019
Juan Carlos Girauta Barcelona 1 C's C's Citizens 18 July 2016 5 March 2019
Marcial Gómez Córdoba 1 C's C's Citizens 7 July 2016 5 March 2019
Rodrigo Gómez Zaragoza 1 C's C's Citizens 7 July 2016 5 March 2019
Antonio Gómez-Reino A Coruña 1 Podemos En Marea UP–ECP–EM[a] 18 July 2016 5 March 2019
Ángel Luis González Málaga 4 PP PP People's 12 July 2016 5 March 2019
Antonio Pablo González Madrid 13 PP PP People's 8 July 2016 5 March 2019
Josefa Inmaculada González Huelva 2 PSOE–A PSOE Socialist 11 July 2016 5 March 2019
Manuel Gabriel González Albacete 1 PSCM–PSOE PSOE Socialist 12 July 2016 19 June 2018 Replaced by Soledad Velasco.
María González Murcia 1 PSRM–PSOE PSOE Socialist 8 July 2016 5 March 2019
María del Carmen González León 2 PP PP People's 7 July 2016 5 March 2019
Marta González A Coruña 2 PP PP People's 6 July 2016 5 March 2019
Natalia González Asturias 3 FSA–PSOE PSOE Socialist 12 September 2017 5 March 2019 Replaces Antonio Trevín.
Segundo González Asturias 2 Podemos UP UP–ECP–EM[a] 18 July 2016 5 March 2019
Juan Luis Gordo Segovia 1 PSCyL–PSOE PSOE Socialist 8 July 2016 5 March 2019 Second Secretary.
Txema Guijarro Alicante 3 Podemos ALV UP–ECP–EM[a] 15 July 2016 5 March 2019
Feliu-Joan Guillaumes Barcelona 5 CDC[b] CDC[b] Mixed 5 April 2017 5 March 2019 Replaces Francesc Homs.
Lídia Guinart Barcelona 5 PSC PSOE Socialist 13 July 2016 5 March 2019
Antonio Gutiérrez Seville 3 PSOE–A PSOE Socialist 8 July 2016 5 March 2019
Miguel Ángel Gutiérrez Madrid 4 C's C's Citizens 7 July 2016 5 March 2019
Miguel Ángel Heredia Málaga 1 PSOE–A PSOE Socialist 6 July 2016 5 March 2019
Silvia Heredia Seville 4 PP PP People's 7 July 2016 5 March 2019
María del Carmen Hernández Las Palmas 1 PP PP People's 6 July 2016 5 March 2019
Antonio Hernando Madrid 3 PSOE–M PSOE Socialist 13 July 2016 5 March 2019
Rafael Hernando Almería 1 PP PP People's 6 July 2016 5 March 2019
Sofía Hernanz Balearic Islands 1 PSIB PSOE Socialist 14 July 2016 5 March 2019
José Alberto Herrero Teruel 2 PP PP People's 11 July 2016 5 March 2019
Francesc Homs Barcelona 1 CDC[b] CDC[b] Mixed 5 July 2016 29 March 2017 Replaced by Feliu Guillaumes.
María Auxiliadora Honorato Seville 2 Podemos UP UP–ECP–EM[a] 8 July 2016 5 March 2019
Belén Hoyo Valencia 2 PP PP People's 12 July 2016 5 March 2019
Antonio Hurtado Córdoba 2 PSOE–A PSOE Socialist 7 July 2016 5 March 2019
Francisco Igea Valladolid 1 C's C's Citizens 5 July 2016 5 March 2019
María Carmen Iglesias Biscay 5 Podemos UP UP–ECP–EM[a] 19 February 2019 5 March 2019 Replaces Maria Rosa Martínez.
Pablo Iglesias Madrid 1 Podemos UP UP–ECP–EM[a] 8 July 2016 5 March 2019
Ángeles Isac Jaén 2 PP PP People's 11 July 2016 9 February 2017 Replaced by María Torres.
Juan Jiménez Almería 2 PSOE–A PSOE Socialist 18 July 2016 5 March 2019
Teresa Jordà Girona 1 ERC ERC–CatSí Republican Left 18 July 2016 1 June 2018 Replaced by Joan Margall.
María Sandra Juliá Castellón 2 C's C's Citizens 17 October 2016 5 March 2019 Replaces Domingo Lorenzo.
Juan Manuel Juncal A Coruña 3 PP PP People's 7 July 2016 5 March 2019
Marc Lamuà Girona 1 PSC PSOE Socialist 13 July 2016 5 March 2019
José Javier Lasarte Álava 1 PSE–EE (PSOE) PSOE Socialist 5 July 2016 5 March 2019
José María Lassalle Cantabria 2 PP PP People's 6 July 2016 7 December 2016 Replaced by Diego Movellán.
Adriana Lastra Asturias 1 FSA–PSOE PSOE Socialist 14 July 2016 5 March 2019
Mikel Legarda Álava 1 EAJ/PNV EAJ/PNV Basque 12 July 2016 5 March 2019
Gema López Madrid 10 Independent PSOE Socialist 19 June 2018 5 March 2019 Replaces Margarita Robles.
José Ignacio Llorens Lleida 1 PP PP People's 7 July 2016 5 March 2019
Julián López Alicante 1 PSPV–PSOE PSOE Socialist 5 July 2016 14 November 2017 Replaced by Herick Campos.
Patxi López Biscay 1 PSE–EE (PSOE) PSOE Socialist 7 July 2016 5 March 2019
Susana López Asturias 1 PP PP People's 12 July 2016 5 March 2019
Juan López de Uralde Álava 1 Equo UP UP–ECP–EM[a] 11 July 2016 5 March 2019
Domingo Lorenzo Castellón 1 C's C's Citizens 12 July 2016 13 October 2016 Replaced by María Sandra Juliá.
Miguel Lorenzo A Coruña 1 PP PP People's 14 July 2016 5 March 2019
María del Pilar Lucio Cáceres 1 PSOE–E PSOE Socialist 8 July 2016 5 March 2019
César Luena La Rioja 1 PSOE–LR PSOE Socialist 7 July 2016 5 March 2019
Jorge Luis Huesca 1 Equo UP UP–ECP–EM[a] 6 July 2016 5 March 2019
Eduardo Madina Madrid 7 PSOE–M PSOE Socialist 7 July 2016 4 September 2017 Replaced by José Enrique Serrano.
Ana María Madrazo Cantabria 1 PP PP People's 12 July 2016 5 March 2019
Ana Marcello León 1 Podemos UP UP–ECP–EM[a] 18 July 2016 5 March 2019
Pilar Marcos Madrid 16 PP PP People's 19 September 2017 5 March 2019 Replaces Carmen Álvarez-Arenas.
María Dolores Marcos Cáceres 2 PP PP People's 6 July 2016 5 March 2019
Joan Margall Girona 3 ERC ERC–CatSí Republican Left 12 June 2018 5 March 2019 Replaces Teresa Jordà.
José Vicente Marí Balearic Islands 2 PPIB PP People's 7 July 2016 5 March 2019
Guillermo Carlos Mariscal Las Palmas 3 PP PP People's 15 July 2016 5 March 2019
Javier Ignacio Maroto Álava 2 PP PP People's 18 October 2016 5 March 2019 Replaces Alfonso Alonso.
Guadalupe Martín Toledo 1 PSCM–PSOE PSOE Socialist 5 July 2016 5 March 2019
Lucía Martín Barcelona 2 BComú ECP UP–ECP–EM[a] 13 July 2016 5 March 2019
Marta Martín Alicante 1 C's C's Citizens 5 July 2016 5 March 2019
José Alberto Martín-Toledano Ciudad Real 3 PP PP People's 7 July 2016 5 March 2019
Francisco Martínez Madrid 15 PP PP People's 13 July 2016 5 March 2019
Isidro Manuel Martínez Oblanca Asturias 2 Foro PP Mixed 8 July 2016 5 March 2019
José Luis Martínez Murcia 2 C's C's Citizens 7 July 2016 5 March 2019
María Luz Martínez Palencia 1 PSCyL–PSOE PSOE Socialist 14 July 2016 5 March 2019
Maria Rosa Martínez Biscay 2 Equo UP UP–ECP–EM[a] 11 July 2016 15 February 2019 Replaced by María Carmen Iglesias.
Valentina Martínez Madrid 17 PP PP People's 19 June 2018 5 March 2019 Replaces Mariano Rajoy.
Teófila Martínez Cádiz 1 PP PP People's 8 July 2016 22 February 2019 Replaced by José Ignacio Romaní.
Fernando Martínez-Maíllo Zamora 1 PP PP People's 5 July 2016 5 March 2019
Juan José Matarí Almería 2 PP PP People's 6 July 2016 5 March 2019
Jaime Mateu Burgos 1 PP PP People's 4 July 2016 5 March 2019
Pablo Matos Santa Cruz 2 PP PP People's 6 July 2016 29 June 2018 Replaced by Manuel Luis Torres.
Oskar Matute Biscay 1 Alternatiba EH Bildu Mixed 18 July 2016 5 March 2019
Fernando Maura Madrid 6 Independent C's Citizens 12 July 2016 5 March 2019
Eduardo Maura Biscay 1 Podemos UP UP–ECP–EM[a] 11 July 2016 5 March 2019
Rafael Mayoral Madrid 6 Podemos UP UP–ECP–EM[a] 13 July 2016 5 March 2019
Guillermo Antonio Meijón Pontevedra 2 PSdeG–PSOE PSOE Socialist 8 July 2016 5 March 2019
Joan Miquel Mena Barcelona 7 EUiA ECP UP–ECP–EM[a] 13 July 2016 5 March 2019
Íñigo Méndez Palencia 1 PP PP People's 6 July 2016 5 March 2019
María Carlota Merchán Madrid 8 PSOE–M PSOE Socialist 15 November 2016 5 March 2019 Replaces Pedro Sánchez.
Rafael Merino Córdoba 2 PP PP People's 14 July 2016 21 February 2019 Replaced by Manuel Torres Fernández.
María Virginia Millán Seville 1 C's C's Citizens 7 July 2016 5 March 2019
Sergi Miquel Girona 2 CDC[b] CDC[b] Mixed 5 July 2016 5 March 2019
Francisco Molinero Albacete 2 PP PP People's 7 July 2016 5 March 2019
María Sandra Moneo Burgos 2 PP PP People's 15 July 2016 5 March 2019
Manuel Enrique Monereo Córdoba 1 Podemos UP UP–ECP–EM[a] 11 July 2016 5 March 2019
Irene Montero Madrid 4 Podemos UP UP–ECP–EM[a] 8 July 2016 5 March 2019
Alberto Montero Málaga 1 Podemos UP UP–ECP–EM[a] 5 July 2016 5 March 2019
Cristóbal Montoro Madrid 4 PP PP People's 12 July 2016 5 March 2019
Dolors Montserrat Barcelona 4 PP PP People's 6 July 2016 5 March 2019
Jorge Moragas Barcelona 2 PP PP People's 14 July 2016 28 December 2017 Replaced by Ángeles Esteller.
Tristana Moraleja A Coruña 4 PP PP People's 14 July 2016 5 March 2019
Ramón Moreno Zaragoza 3 PP PP People's 12 July 2016 5 March 2019
Rubén Moreno Valencia 3 PP PP People's 5 July 2016 5 March 2019
María Jesús Moro Salamanca 2 PP PP People's 5 July 2016 5 March 2019
Diego Movellán Cantabria 3 PP PP People's 13 December 2016 5 March 2019 Replaces José María Lassalle.
Jaume Moya Lleida 1 ICV UP UP–ECP–EM[a] 13 July 2016 5 March 2019
Pedro José Muñoz Ávila 1 PSCyL–PSOE PSOE Socialist 8 July 2016 5 March 2019
Álvaro Nadal Madrid 5 PP PP People's 14 July 2016 5 March 2019
María del Carmen Navarro Almería 4 PP PP People's 29 November 2016 5 March 2019 Replaces Eloísa Cabrera.
Fernando Navarro Balearic Islands 1 C's C's Citizens 5 July 2016 5 March 2019
Micaela Navarro Jaén 1 PSOE–A PSOE Socialist 7 July 2016 5 March 2019 Second Vice-President.
María Carmen Navarro Albacete 1 PP PP People's 11 July 2016 5 March 2019
José Antonio Nieto Córdoba 1 PP PP People's 11 July 2016 25 November 2016 Replaced by Isabel Cabezas.
Míriam Nogueras Barcelona 4 Independent CDC[b] Mixed 12 July 2016 5 March 2019
Andrés Núñez Cádiz 4 PP PP People's 22 January 2019 5 March 2019 Replaces Alfonso Candón.
Joan Olóriz Girona 2 ERC ERC–CatSí Republican Left 18 July 2016 5 March 2019
Ana María Oramas Santa Cruz 1 CCa CCa Mixed 7 July 2016 5 March 2019
Gonzalo Palacín Huesca 1 PSOE–Aragón PSOE Socialist 18 July 2016 5 March 2019
Teresa Palmer Balearic Islands 1 PPIB PP People's 12 July 2016 5 March 2019
Miguel Ángel Paniagua Palencia 2 PP PP People's 7 July 2016 5 March 2019
Sergio Pascual Seville 1 Podemos UP UP–ECP–EM[a] 8 July 2016 5 March 2019
Ana Pastor Pontevedra 1 PP PP People's 5 July 2016 5 March 2019 President.
Rosana Pastor Valencia 4 Independent ALV UP–ECP–EM[a] 12 July 2016 5 March 2019
Esther Peña Burgos 1 PSCyL–PSOE PSOE Socialist 14 July 2016 5 March 2019
Mercè Perea Barcelona 3 PSC PSOE Socialist 13 July 2016 5 March 2019
Juan Vicente Pérez Valencia 5 PP PP People's 6 July 2016 5 March 2019
Margarita Pérez Lugo 1 PSdeG–PSOE PSOE Socialist 4 July 2016 5 March 2019
María Soledad Pérez Badajoz 1 PSOE–E PSOE Socialist 8 July 2016 5 March 2019
Santiago Pérez Granada 2 PP PP People's 6 July 2016 5 March 2019
Mariano Pérez-Hickman Madrid 18 PP PP People's 11 September 2018 5 March 2019 Replaces Soraya Sáenz de Santamaría.
Alicia Piquer Valencia 5 PSPV–PSOE PSOE Socialist 19 June 2018 5 March 2019 Replaces José Luis Ábalos.
Víctor Valentín Píriz Badajoz 4 PP PP People's 29 August 2016 5 March 2019 Replaces Alejandro Ramírez.
María del Carmen Pita Las Palmas 1 Podemos UP UP–ECP–EM[a] 8 July 2016 5 March 2019
Pere Joan Pons Balearic Islands 2 PSIB PSOE Socialist 14 July 2016 5 March 2019
Jesús Posada Soria 1 PP PP People's 7 July 2016 5 March 2019
Jesús Juan Bautista Postigo Segovia 2 PP PP People's 6 July 2016 5 March 2019
Antoni Postius Lleida 1 CDC[b] CDC[b] Mixed 18 July 2016 5 March 2019
Antonio Francisco Pradas Seville 1 PSOE–A PSOE Socialist 8 July 2016 5 March 2019
Ignacio Prendes Asturias 1 C's C's Citizens 14 July 2016 5 March 2019 First Vice-President.
Pedro Quevedo Las Palmas 2 NCa PSOE Mixed 18 July 2016 5 March 2019
Antonio Quintana Valencia 6 PSPV–PSOE PSOE Socialist 26 June 2018 5 March 2019 Replaces Ana Botella.
María del Carmen Quintanilla Ciudad Real 2 PP PP People's 5 July 2016 5 March 2019
Mariano Rajoy Madrid 1 PP PP People's 7 July 2016 15 June 2018 Replaced by Valentina Martínez.
Artemi Rallo Castellón 1 PSPV–PSOE PSOE Socialist 13 July 2016 5 March 2019
Alejandro Ramírez Badajoz 2 PP PP People's 7 July 2016 22 August 2016 Replaced by Víctor Píriz.
Saúl Ramírez Las Palmas 1 C's C's Citizens 7 July 2016 5 March 2019
Elvira Ramón Granada 1 PSOE–A PSOE Socialist 8 July 2016 5 March 2019
Alicia Ramos Barcelona 10 BComú ECP UP–ECP–EM[a] 6 February 2018 5 March 2019 Replaces Xavier Domènech.
César Joaquín Ramos Cáceres 2 PSOE–E PSOE Socialist 6 July 2016 5 March 2019
María Tamara Raya Santa Cruz 1 PSC–PSOE PSOE Socialist 18 July 2016 5 March 2019
Patricia Reyes Madrid 5 C's C's Citizens 5 July 2016 5 March 2019 Fourth Secretary.
Águeda Reynés Balearic Islands 3 PPIB PP People's 12 July 2016 5 March 2019
Albert Rivera Madrid 1 C's C's Citizens 7 July 2016 5 March 2019
Irene Rivera Málaga 1 C's C's Citizens 12 July 2016 5 March 2019
Marta Rivera Madrid 3 C's C's Citizens 7 July 2016 5 March 2019
Margarita Robles Madrid 2 Independent PSOE Socialist 6 July 2016 15 June 2018 Replaced by Gema López.
Jordi Roca Tarragona 1 PP PP People's 7 July 2016 5 March 2019
Alberto Rodríguez Santa Cruz 1 Podemos UP UP–ECP–EM[a] 18 July 2016 5 March 2019
Ángela Rodríguez Pontevedra 2 Podemos En Marea UP–ECP–EM[a] 18 July 2016 5 March 2019
Isabel Rodríguez Ciudad Real 1 PSCM–PSOE PSOE Socialist 12 July 2016 5 March 2019
Juana Amalia Rodríguez Seville 2 PSOE–A PSOE Socialist 14 July 2016 5 March 2019
María Soraya Rodríguez Valladolid 1 PSCyL–PSOE PSOE Socialist 8 July 2016 5 March 2019
Melisa Rodríguez Santa Cruz 1 C's C's Citizens 18 July 2016 5 March 2019
Carlos Rojas Granada 1 PP PP People's 14 July 2016 5 March 2019
Pilar Milagros Rojo Pontevedra 3 PP PP People's 7 July 2016 5 March 2019
Antonio Roldán Barcelona 2 C's C's Citizens 7 July 2016 5 March 2019
José Ignacio Romaní Cádiz 5 PP PP People's 26 February 2019 5 March 2019 Replaces Teófila Martínez.
Carmelo Romero Huelva 2 PP PP People's 13 July 2016 5 March 2019
María Eugenia Romero Seville 3 PP PP People's 6 July 2016 5 March 2019
Rosa Romero Ciudad Real 1 PP PP People's 6 July 2016 5 March 2019 Third Vice-President.
María del Mar Rominguera Zamora 1 PSCyL–PSOE PSOE Socialist 11 July 2016 5 March 2019
Francisco Javier Ruano Murcia 6 PP PP People's 29 November 2016 5 March 2019 Replaces Juan María Vazquez.
Gabriel Rufián Barcelona 1 Independent ERC–CatSí Republican Left 18 July 2016 5 March 2019
Joan Ruiz Tarragona 1 PSC PSOE Socialist 13 July 2016 5 March 2019
Soraya Sáenz de Santamaría Madrid 2 PP PP People's 14 July 2016 10 September 2018 Replaced by Mariano Pérez-Hickman.
Idoia Sagastizabal Biscay 7 EAJ/PNV EAJ/PNV Basque 13 December 2016 5 March 2019 Replaces Pedro Azpiazu.
Luis Carlos Sahuquillo Cuenca 1 PSCM–PSOE PSOE Socialist 4 July 2016 5 March 2019
Isabel Salud Gipuzkoa 2 PCE/EPK UP UP–ECP–EM[a] 12 July 2016 5 March 2019
Carlos Salvador Navarre 2 UPN PP Mixed 5 July 2016 5 March 2019
Jordi Salvador Tarragona 1 Independent ERC–CatSí Republican Left 18 July 2016 5 March 2019
Luis Miguel Salvador Granada 1 C's C's Citizens 5 July 2016 5 March 2019
Ignacio Sánchez Badajoz 2 PSOE–E PSOE Socialist 12 July 2016 29 June 2018 Replaced by Patricia Sierra.
Javier Sánchez Murcia 1 Podemos UP UP–ECP–EM[a] 8 July 2016 5 March 2019
Pedro Sánchez Madrid 1 PSOE–M PSOE Socialist 18 July 2016 29 October 2016 Replaced by Carlota Merchán.
Sol Sánchez Madrid 9 IU-M UP UP–ECP–EM[a] 22 January 2019 5 March 2019 Replaces Íñigo Errejón.
Tania Sánchez Madrid 7 Podemos UP UP–ECP–EM[a] 13 July 2016 5 March 2019
Alicia Sánchez-Camacho Barcelona 3 PP PP People's 6 July 2016 5 March 2019 First Secretary.
Eduardo Santos Navarre 2 Podemos UP UP–ECP–EM[a] 18 July 2016 5 March 2019
Pedro Saura Murcia 2 PSRM–PSOE PSOE Socialist 7 July 2016 22 June 2018 Replaced by Carmen Baños.
David Serrada Salamanca 1 PSCyL–PSOE PSOE Socialist 8 July 2016 5 March 2019
José Enrique Serrano Madrid 9 PSOE–M PSOE Socialist 12 September 2017 5 March 2019 Replaces Eduardo Madina.
María Jesús Serrano Córdoba 1 PSOE–A PSOE Socialist 11 July 2016 5 March 2019
Marta Sibina Girona 1 BComú ECP UP–ECP–EM[a] 13 July 2016 5 March 2019
Felipe Jesús Sicilia Jaén 2 PSOE–A PSOE Socialist 7 July 2016 5 March 2019
Patricia Sierra Badajoz 3 PSOE–E PSOE Socialist 2 July 2018 5 March 2019 Replaces Ignacio Sánchez.
Rafael Simancas Madrid 5 PSOE–M PSOE Socialist 6 July 2016 5 March 2019
Ricardo Sixto Valencia 5 EUPV ALV UP–ECP–EM[a] 12 July 2016 5 March 2019
Marta Sorlí Castellón 1 Compromís UP Mixed 12 July 2016 5 March 2019
Eloy Suárez Zaragoza 1 PP PP People's 5 July 2016 5 March 2019
María Such Valencia 3 PSPV–PSOE PSOE Socialist 12 July 2016 8 August 2016 Replaced by Ciprià Ciscar.
Susana Sumelzo Zaragoza 1 PSOE–Aragón PSOE Socialist 15 July 2016 5 March 2019
Ana María Surra Barcelona 4 Independent ERC–CatSí Republican Left 18 July 2016 5 March 2019
Joan Tardà Barcelona 2 ERC ERC–CatSí Republican Left 18 July 2016 5 March 2019
Ricardo Tarno Seville 2 PP PP People's 12 July 2016 5 March 2019
Carolina Telechea Barcelona 6 ERC ERC–CatSí Republican Left 12 June 2018 5 March 2019 Replaces Ester Capella.
Vicente Ten Valencia 2 C's C's Citizens 12 July 2016 5 March 2019
Ana Belén Terrón Granada 1 Podemos UP UP–ECP–EM[a] 8 July 2016 5 March 2019
José Andrés Torres Málaga 3 PSOE–A PSOE Socialist 8 July 2016 5 March 2019
Manuel Luis Torres Santa Cruz 4 PP PP People's 2 July 2018 5 March 2019 Replaces Pablo Matos.
María Torres Jaén 4 PP PP People's 14 February 2017 5 March 2019 Replaces Ángeles Isac.
Manuel Torres Córdoba 5 PP PP People's 21 February 2019 5 March 2019 Replaces Rafael Merino.
Ignacio Tremiño Valladolid 2 PP PP People's 6 July 2016 5 March 2019
Antonio Trevín Asturias 2 FSA–PSOE PSOE Socialist 12 July 2016 31 August 2017 Replaced by Natalia González.
Victoria Begoña Tundidor Málaga 2 PSOE–A PSOE Socialist 6 July 2016 5 March 2019
Ignacio Urquizu Teruel 1 PSOE–Aragón PSOE Socialist 6 July 2016 5 March 2019
Carmen Valido Las Palmas 2 Podemos UP UP–ECP–EM[a] 8 July 2016 5 March 2019
Silvia Valmaña Guadalajara 1 PP PP People's 5 July 2016 5 March 2019
Francisco Vañó Toledo 4 PP PP People's 20 November 2018 5 March 2019 Replaces María Dolores de Cospedal.
Juan María Vazquez Murcia 4 PP PP People's 6 July 2016 25 November 2016 Replaced by Javier Ruano.
Ana Belén Vázquez Ourense 3 PP PP People's 5 July 2016 5 March 2019
Soledad Amada Velasco Albacete 2 PSCM–PSOE PSOE Socialist 26 June 2018 5 March 2019 Replaces Manuel Gabriel González.
Josep Vendrell Barcelona 3 ICV ECP UP–ECP–EM[a] 13 July 2016 5 March 2019
Juan Carlos Vera Madrid 6 PP PP People's 12 July 2016 5 March 2019
Noelia Vera Cádiz 1 Podemos UP UP–ECP–EM[a] 6 July 2016 5 March 2019
Aina Vidal Barcelona 9 ICV ECP UP–ECP–EM[a] 13 July 2016 5 March 2019
Raimundo Viejo Barcelona 5 Podemos ECP UP–ECP–EM[a] 13 July 2016 5 March 2019
Miguel Vila Burgos 1 Podemos UP UP–ECP–EM[a] 12 July 2016 5 March 2019
Celia Villalobos Málaga 2 PP PP People's 5 July 2016 5 March 2019
José Manuel Villegas Barcelona 4 C's C's Citizens 7 July 2016 5 March 2019
Miguel Ángel Viso Ourense 1 PP PP People's 7 July 2016 5 March 2019
Jordi Xuclà Girona 1 CDC[b] CDC[b] Mixed 5 July 2016 5 March 2019
Juan Pedro Yllanes Balearic Islands 2 Independent UP-MES UP–ECP–EM[a] 7 July 2016 5 March 2019
José Zaragoza Barcelona 4 PSC PSOE Socialist 13 July 2016 5 March 2019
Juan Ignacio Zoido Seville 1 PP PP People's 12 July 2016 5 March 2019
Ana María Zurita Santa Cruz 1 PP PP People's 6 July 2016 5 March 2019

Notes

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