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12th Parliament of Catalonia

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12th Parliament of Catalonia
11th 13th
Palau Parl Cat.jpg
Overview
Meeting placePalau del Parlament de Catalunya
Term17 January 2018 (2018-01-17) –
Election21 December 2017
GovernmentTorra
Websiteparlament.cat
Parliamentarians
Parlament Catalunya 2018.svg
Members135
PresidentRoger Torrent (ERC–CatSí)
First Vice-PresidentJosep Costa i Rosselló (JuntsxCat)
Second Vice-PresidentJosé María Espejo-Saavedra (Cs)
First SecretaryEusebi Campdepadrós i Pucurull (JuntsxCat)
Second SecretaryDavid Pérez i Ibáñez (PSC)
Third SecretaryJoan García González (Cs)
Fourth SecretaryAlba Vergés (ERC–CatSí) (18)
Adriana Delgado i Herreros (ERC–CatSí)

The 12th Parliament of Catalonia is the current Parliament of Catalonia, with the membership determined by the results of the 2017 regional election held on 21 December 2017. The parliament met for the first time on 17 January 2018. According to the Statute of Autonomy of Catalonia the maximum legislative term of parliament is 4 years from the preceding election.

Election

The 12th Catalan parliamentary election was held on 21 December 2017. At the election Catalan secessionists retained a slim majority in the Catalan Parliament.[1][2]

Alliance Votes % Seats
Citizens 1,109,732 25.35% 36
Junts per Catalunya 948,233 21.66% 34
Republican Left of Catalonia–Catalonia Yes 935,861 21.38% 32
Socialists' Party of Catalonia 606,659 13.86% 17
Catalunya en Comú–Podem 326,360 7.46% 8
Popular Unity Candidacy–Constituent Call 195,246 4.46% 4
People's Party of Catalonia 185,670 4.24% 4
Others/blanks 69,038 1.58% 0
Total 4,376,799 100.00% 135

Five of the elected MPs - Toni Comín (ERC–CatSí), Clara Ponsatí (JuntsxCat), Lluís Puig (JuntsxCat), Carles Puigdemont (JuntsxCat) and Meritxell Serret (ERC–CatSí) - were in exile whilst another three - Joaquim Forn (JuntsxCat), Oriol Junqueras (ERC–CatSí) and Jordi Sànchez (JuntsxCat) - were in jail.[3][4]

History

The new parliament met for the first time on 17 January 2018 and elected Roger Torrent as President of the Parliament.[5][6][7] Other members of Board of the Parliament were also elected on 17 January 2018: Josep Costa i Rosselló (First Vice-President); José María Espejo-Saavedra Conesa (Second Vice-President); Eusebi Campdepadrós i Pucurull (First Secretary); David Pérez i Ibáñez (Second Secretary); Joan García González (Third Secretary); and Alba Vergés (Fourth Secretary).[8][9]

President[10]
Candidate Votes
Round 1 Round 2
Roger Torrent (ERC–CatSí) 65 65
José María Espejo-Saavedra (Cs) 56 56
Abstain 9 9
Absent 5 5
Vice-President[10]
Candidate Votes
Josep Costa i Rosselló (JuntsxCat) 65
José María Espejo-Saavedra (Cs) 57
Abstain 8
Absent 5
Secretary[10]
Candidate Votes
Eusebi Campdepadrós i Pucurull (JuntsxCat) 41
David Pérez i Ibáñez (PSC) 30
Joan García González (Cs) 27
Alba Vergés (ERC–CatSí) 24
Abstain 8
Absent 5

Alba Vergés (ERC–CatSí) resigned as Fourth Secretary on 4 June 2018 after being appointed Minister of Health.[11] Her replacement Adriana Delgado i Herreros (ERC–CatSí) was elected on 6 June 2018.[12][13][14]

Fourth Secretary[15]
Candidate Votes
Adriana Delgado i Herreros (ERC–CatSí) 63
Abstain 69
Absent 3

Deaths, resignations and suspensions

The 12th parliament has seen the following deaths, resignations and suspensions:

  • 9 January 2018 - Carles Mundó, the number 5 candidate on ERC–CatSí's list for Barcelona, declined to take his seat in Parliament for personal reasons.[16][17] He was replaced by Gerard Gómez del Moral i Fuster (ERC–CatSí).[18]
  • 24 January 2018 - Jailed MP Joaquim Forn (JuntsxCat) resigned.[19][20][21] He was replaced by Antoni Morral i Berenguer (JuntsxCat) on 30 January 2018.[22]
  • 29 January 2018 - Exiled MPs Clara Ponsatí (JuntsxCat), Lluís Puig (JuntsxCat) and Meritxell Serret (ERC–CatSí) resigned in order for pro-independence parties to regain a majority in Parliament after the Constitutional Court ruled that exiled MPs could not vote by proxy.[23][24][25] Ponsatí, Puig and Serret were replaced by Saloua Laouaji Faridi (JuntsxCat), Ferran Roquer i Padrosa (JuntsxCat) and David Rodríguez i González (ERC–CatSí) respectively on 30 January 2018.[22][26]
  • 22 March 2018 - Dolors Bassa (ERC–CatSí), Carme Forcadell (ERC–CatSí) and Marta Rovira (ERC–CatSí) resigned prior to their appearance before the Supreme Court in relation to the Catalan independence referendum and subsequent declaration of independence.[27][28][29] The following day the Bassa and Forcadell, along with MPs Raül Romeva (ERC–CatSí), Josep Rull (JuntsxCat) and Jordi Turull (JuntsxCat), were jailed by Supreme Court judge Pablo Llarena whilst Rovira fled to Switzerland.[30][31] Bassa, Forcadell and Rovira were replaced by Magda Casamitjana i Aguilà (ERC–CatSí), Chakir El Homrani (ERC–CatSí) and Assumpció Laïlla i Jou (ERC–CatSí) respectively on 23 March 2018.[32]
  • 8 June 2018 - Maria Isabel Ferrer i Àlvarez (JuntsxCat) resigned after being appointed Director General of Civil Protection.[33][34] Neus Lloveras i Massana (20), the next candidate on JuntsxCat's list for Barcelona, declined to replace Ferrer.[35] Ferrer was replaced by Anna Erra i Solà (JuntsxCat) on 19 June 2018.[36]
  • 14 June 2018 - Chakir El Homrani (ERC–CatSí) and Alba Vergés (ERC–CatSí) resigned after being appointed Minister of Labour, Social Affairs and Family and Minister of Health respectively.[36][37] They were replaced by Marc Sanglas i Alcantarilla (ERC–CatSí) and Lluïsa Llop i Fernàndez (ERC–CatSí) respectively on 19 June 2018.[36]
  • 10 July 2018 - Supreme Court judge Pablo Llarena ended his eight-month inquiry into the Catalan referendum and declaration of independence and ordered that 25 Catalan politicians and activists be tried for rebellion, embezzlement or disobedience.[38][39] Amongst these were six serving MPs - Oriol Junqueras, Carles Puigdemont, Raül Romeva, Josep Rull, Jordi Sànchez and Jordi Turull - all of whom were charged with rebellion and embezzlement and suspended from holding public office by Llarena, effectively suspending them from Parliament.[40][41]

Members

Name Constituency No. Party Alliance Took office Left office Notes
Elisenda Alamany Gutiérrez Barcelona 2 CatComú CatComú–Podem 17 January 2018
Jéssica Albiach Satorres Barcelona 3 Podemos CatComú–Podem 17 January 2018
Jordi Albert i Caballero Barcelona 17 ERC ERC–CatSí 17 January 2018
Matías Alonso Tarragona 1 Cs 17 January 2018
Héctor Amellò Montiu Girona 3 Cs 17 January 2018
Vidal Aragonés Chicharro Barcelona 3 AEC CUP–CC 17 January 2018
Inés Arrimadas Barcelona 1 Cs 17 January 2018 Leader of the Opposition.
Elsa Artadi Barcelona 10 PDeCAT JuntsxCat 17 January 2018 Minister of the Presidency, Government Spokesperson.
Eva Baró i Ramos Barcelona 12 ERC ERC–CatSí 17 January 2018
Martín Eusebio Barra López Barcelona 15 Cs 17 January 2018
Dolors Bassa Girona 1 ERC ERC–CatSí 17 January 2018 22 March 2018 Resigned. Replaced by Magda Casamitjana i Aguilà.
Albert Batet i Canadell Tarragona 3 PDeCAT JuntsxCat 17 January 2018
Susana Beltrán García Barcelona 12 Cs 17 January 2018
Najat Driouech Ben Moussa Barcelona 10 Ind ERC–CatSí 17 January 2018
David Bertran Román Lleida 3 Cs 17 January 2018
Laura Borràs Barcelona 5 Ind JuntsxCat 17 January 2018 Minister of Culture.
Marina Bravo Sobrino Barcelona 8 Cs 17 January 2018
Rafel Bruguera i Batalla Girona 1 PSC PSC 17 January 2018
Eusebi Campdepadrós i Pucurull Tarragona 1 Ind JuntsxCat 17 January 2018 First Secretary.
José María Cano Navarro Barcelona 17 Cs 17 January 2018
Carlos Carrizosa Barcelona 2 Cs 17 January 2018
Magda Casamitjana i Aguilà Girona 5 MES ERC–CatSí 23 March 2018 Replaces Dolors Bassa.
Jean Castel Sucarrat Girona 1 Cs 17 January 2018
Antoni Castellà i Clavé Barcelona 15 DC ERC–CatSí 17 January 2018
Carles Castillo Tarragona 2 PSC PSC 17 January 2018
Anna Caula i Paretas Girona 3 Ind ERC–CatSí 17 January 2018
David Cid Colomer Barcelona 7 CatComú CatComú–Podem 17 January 2018
Ferran Civit i Martí Tarragona 5 ERC ERC–CatSí 17 January 2018
Narcís Clara i Lloret Girona 4 Ind JuntsxCat 17 January 2018
Toni Comín Barcelona 7 ERC ERC–CatSí 17 January 2018
Josep Costa i Rosselló Barcelona 17 Ind JuntsxCat 17 January 2018 First Vice-President.
Francesc de Dalmases i Thió Barcelona 16 Ind JuntsxCat 17 January 2018
Manuel Rodríguez de l'Hotellerie de Fallois Barcelona 24 Cs 17 January 2018
Noemí de la Calle Sifré Barcelona 10 Cs 17 January 2018
Mònica Sales de la Cruz Tarragona 4 PDeCAT JuntsxCat 17 January 2018
Maria del Camino Fernández Riol Girona 4 Cs 17 January 2018
Adriana Delgado i Herreros Barcelona 16 ERC ERC–CatSí 17 January 2018 Fourth Secretary (18).
Gerard Gómez del Moral i Fuster Barcelona 19 ERC ERC–CatSí 17 January 2018 Replaces Carles Mundó who resigned before taking office.
Fernando Tomás de Páramo Gómez Barcelona 4 Cs 17 January 2018
Carmen de Rivera Pla Barcelona 19 Cs 17 January 2018
Jenn Díaz Ruiz Barcelona 8 Ind ERC–CatSí 17 January 2018
Xavier Domènech Barcelona 1 CatComú CatComú–Podem 17 January 2018
Francisco Javier Domínguez Serrano Tarragona 4 Cs 17 January 2018
Anna Erra i Solà Barcelona 21 PDeCAT JuntsxCat 19 June 2018 Replaces Maria Isabel Ferrer i Àlvarez.
Assumpta Escarp Gibert Barcelona 8 PSC PSC 17 January 2018
Ramon Espadaler Barcelona 3 Els Units PSC 17 January 2018
José María Espejo-Saavedra Barcelona 3 Cs 17 January 2018 Second Vice-President.
Antonio Espinosa Cerrato Barcelona 11 Cs 17 January 2018
Gemma Espigares i Tribó Lleida 3 ERC ERC–CatSí 17 January 2018
Alejandro Fernández Álvarez Tarragona 1 PP 17 January 2018
Maialen Fernández Cabezas Tarragona 5 Cs 17 January 2018
Munia Ferández-Jordán Celorio Barcelona 22 Cs 17 January 2018
Maria Isabel Ferrer i Àlvarez Barcelona 15 Ind JuntsxCat 17 January 2018 8 June 2018 Resigned. Replaced by Anna Erra i Solà.
Lluís Font i Espinós Barcelona 12 Ind JuntsxCat 17 January 2018
Carme Forcadell Barcelona 4 ERC ERC–CatSí 17 January 2018 22 March 2018 Resigned. Replaced by Chakir El Homrani.
Joaquim Forn Barcelona 7 PDeCAT JuntsxCat 17 January 2018 24 January 2018 Resigned. Replaced by Antoni Morral i Berenguer.
Josep Maria Forné i Febrer Lleida 1 Ind JuntsxCat 17 January 2018
Montserrat Fornells i Solé Lleida 5 ERC ERC–CatSí 17 January 2018
Irene Fornós i Curto Tarragona 4 ERC ERC–CatSí 17 January 2018
Imma Gallardo Barceló Lleida 3 PDeCAT JuntsxCat 17 January 2018
Joan García González Barcelona 7 Cs 17 January 2018 Third Secretary.
Xavier García Barcelona 1 PP 17 January 2018
Gemma Geis i Carreras Girona 1 Ind JuntsxCat 17 January 2018
Anna Geli España Lleida 6 Ind JuntsxCat 17 January 2018
Pol Gibert Horcas Barcelona 11 PSC PSC 17 January 2018
Dimas Gragera Velaz Barcelona 23 Cs 17 January 2018
Eva Granados Barcelona 2 PSC PSC 17 January 2018
María Luz Guilarte Sánchez Barcelona 14 Cs 17 January 2018
Lluís Guinó i Subirós Girona 5 PDeCAT JuntsxCat 17 January 2018
Chakir El Homrani Barcelona 21 ERC ERC–CatSí 23 March 2018 14 June 2018 Replaces Carme Forcadell. Resigned. Replaced by Marc Sanglas i Alcantarilla.
Rosa Maria Ibarra Tarragona 1 PSC PSC 17 January 2018
Miquel Iceta Barcelona 1 PSC PSC 17 January 2018
Josep Maria Jové i Lladó Barcelona 11 ERC ERC–CatSí 17 January 2018
Oriol Junqueras Barcelona 1 ERC ERC–CatSí 17 January 2018 10 July 2018[a]
Assumpció Laïlla i Jou Barcelona 20 DC ERC–CatSí 23 March 2018 Replaces Marta Rovira.
Saloua Laouaji Faridi Barcelona 19 Ind JuntsxCat 30 January 2018 Replaces Clara Ponsatí.
Andrea Levy Soler Barcelona 2 PP 17 January 2018
Noemí Llauradó i Sans Tarragona 2 ERC ERC–CatSí 17 January 2018
Lluïsa Llop i Fernàndez Barcelona 23 ERC ERC–CatSí 19 June 2018 Replaces Alba Vergés.
Yolanda López Fernández Tarragona 1 Podemos CatComú–Podem 17 January 2018
Montserrat Macià Gou Lleida 5 Ind JuntsxCat 17 January 2018
Aurora Madaula i Giménez Barcelona 9 Ind JuntsxCat 17 January 2018
Marta Madrenas Girona 3 PDeCAT JuntsxCat 17 January 2018
Ernest Maragall Barcelona 13 MES ERC–CatSí 17 January 2018 Minister of Foreign Action, Institutional Relations and Transparency.
Ignacio Martín Blanco Barcelona 6 Cs 17 January 2018
David Mejía Ayra Barcelona 9 Cs 17 January 2018
Raúl Moreno Montaña Barcelona 13 PSC PSC 17 January 2018
Marta Moreta i Rovira Barcelona 12 PSC PSC 17 January 2018
Antoni Morral i Berenguer Barcelona 18 Ind JuntsxCat 30 January 2018 Replaces Joaquim Forn.
Jordi Munell i Garcia Girona 6 PDeCAT JuntsxCat 17 January 2018
Blanca Victoria Navarro Pacheco Barcelona 16 Cs 17 January 2018
Esther Niubó Cindoncha Barcelona 10 PSC PSC 17 January 2018
Joan Josep Nuet i Pujals Barcelona 5 CatComú CatComú–Podem 17 January 2018
Òscar Ordeig Molist Lleida 1 PSC PSC 17 January 2018
Mònica Palacín i París Barcelona 18 ERC ERC–CatSí 17 January 2018
Teresa Pallarès Piqué Tarragona 2 Ind JuntsxCat 17 January 2018
Ferran Pedret i Santos Barcelona 5 PSC PSC 17 January 2018
David Pérez i Ibáñez Barcelona 9 PSC PSC 17 January 2018 Second Secretary.
Òscar Peris i Ròdenas Tarragona 1 ERC ERC–CatSí 17 January 2018
Clara Ponsatí Barcelona 3 Ind JuntsxCat 17 January 2018 29 January 2018 Resigned. Replaced by Saloua Laouaji Faridi.
Lluís Puig Girona 2 PDeCAT JuntsxCat 17 January 2018 29 January 2018 Resigned. Replaced by Ferran Roquer i Padrosa.
Carles Puigdemont Barcelona 1 PDeCAT JuntsxCat 17 January 2018 10 July 2018[a]
Eduard Pujol i Bonell Barcelona 8 Ind JuntsxCat 17 January 2018
Xavier Quinquillà Durich Lleida 4 Ind JuntsxCat 17 January 2018
Marta Ribas Frías Barcelona 4 CatComú CatComú–Podem 17 January 2018
Rut Ribas i Martí Barcelona 14 ERC ERC–CatSí 17 January 2018
Carles Riera Barcelona 1 CUP CUP–CC 17 January 2018
Josep Riera i Font Barcelona 13 Ind JuntsxCat 17 January 2018
Javier Rivas Escamilla Lleida 2 Cs 17 January 2018
David Rodríguez i González Lleida 6 ERC ERC–CatSí 30 January 2018 Replaces Meritxell Serret.
Santiago Rodríguez Serra Barcelona 3 PP 17 January 2018
Lorena Roldán Suárez Tarragona 2 Cs 17 January 2018
Alícia Romero Llano Barcelona 6 PSC PSC 17 January 2018
Raül Romeva Barcelona 3 Ind ERC–CatSí 17 January 2018 10 July 2018[a]
Ferran Roquer i Padrosa Girona 8 PDeCAT JuntsxCat 30 January 2018 Replaces Lluís Puig.
Marta Rovira Barcelona 2 ERC ERC–CatSí 17 January 2018 22 March 2018 Resigned. Replaced by Assumpció Laïlla i Jou.
Josep Rull Barcelona 6 PDeCAT JuntsxCat 17 January 2018 10 July 2018[a]
Sergi Sabrià i Benito Girona 4 ERC ERC–CatSí 17 January 2018
Josep Lluís Salvadó i Tenesa Tarragona 3 ERC ERC–CatSí 17 January 2018
Natàlia Sànchez Dipp Girona 1 AEC CUP–CC 17 January 2018
Alfonso Sánchez Fisac Girona 2 Cs 17 January 2018
Carlos Sánchez Martín Tarragona 3 Cs 17 January 2018
Jordi Sànchez Barcelona 2 Ind JuntsxCat 17 January 2018 10 July 2018[a]
Marc Sanglas i Alcantarilla Barcelona 22 ERC ERC–CatSí 19 June 2018 Replaces Chakir El Homrani.
Sergio Sanz Jiménez Barcelona 18 Cs 17 January 2018
Susana Segovia Sánchez Barcelona 6 BarcComú CatComú–Podem 17 January 2018
Meritxell Serret Lleida 1 ERC ERC–CatSí 17 January 2018 29 January 2018 Resigned. Replaced by David Rodríguez i González.
Sonia Sierra Infante Barcelona 5 Cs 17 January 2018
Beatriz Silva Gallardo Barcelona 4 Ind PSC 17 January 2018
Maria Sirvent Escrig Barcelona 2 CUP CUP–CC 17 January 2018
Bernat Solé i Barril Lleida 2 ERC ERC–CatSí 17 January 2018
Jorge Soler González Lleida 1 Cs 17 January 2018
Marc Solsona i Aixalà Lleida 2 PDeCAT JuntsxCat 17 January 2018
Anna Tarrés i Campa Barcelona 14 Ind JuntsxCat 17 January 2018
Francesc Xavier Ten i Costa Girona 7 Ind JuntsxCat 17 January 2018
Jordi Terrades i Santacreu Barcelona 7 PSC PSC 17 January 2018
Quim Torra Barcelona 11 Ind JuntsxCat 17 January 2018 President of Catalonia.
Roger Torrent Girona 2 ERC ERC–CatSí 17 January 2018 President of the Parliament.
Jordi Turull Barcelona 4 PDeCAT JuntsxCat 17 January 2018 10 July 2018[a]
Elisabeth Valencia Mimbrero Barcelona 20 Cs 17 January 2018
María Francisca Valle Fuentes Barcelona 21 Cs 17 January 2018
Alba Vergés Barcelona 6 ERC ERC–CatSí 17 January 2018 14 June 2018 Fourth Secretary (18). Resigned. Replaced by Lluïsa Llop i Fernàndez.
Francesc Viaplana i Manresa Lleida 4 Ind ERC–CatSí 17 January 2018
Laura Vílchez Sánchez Barcelona 13 Cs 17 January 2018
Ruben Wagensberg Barcelona 9 Ind ERC–CatSí 17 January 2018

Notes

  1. ^ a b c d e f Suspended by the Supreme Court.

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