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First government of José María Aznar

1st government of José María Aznar

Government of Spain
1996–2000
The government in May 1996 (top) and April 1999 (bottom).
Date formed6 May 1996
Date dissolved28 April 2000
People and organisations
MonarchJuan Carlos I
Prime MinisterJosé María Aznar
Deputy Prime MinistersFrancisco Álvarez-Cascos1st, Rodrigo Rato2nd
No. of ministers15[a]
Total no. of members19[a]
Member party  PP
Status in legislatureMinority government
Opposition party  PSOE
Opposition leaderFelipe González (1996–1997)
Joaquín Almunia (1997–1998)
Josep Borrell (1998–1999)
Joaquín Almunia (1999–2000)
History
Election(s)1996 general election
Outgoing election2000 general election
Legislature term(s)6th Cortes Generales
Budget(s)1997, 1998, 1999, 2000
PredecessorGonzález IV
SuccessorAznar II

The first government of José María Aznar was formed on 6 May 1996, following the latter's election as Prime Minister of Spain by the Congress of Deputies on 4 May and his swearing-in on 5 May, as a result of the People's Party (PP) emerging as the largest parliamentary force at the 1996 Spanish general election.[1] It succeeded the fourth González government and was the Government of Spain from 6 May 1996 to 28 April 2000, a total of 1,453 days, or 3 years, 11 months and 22 days.

The cabinet comprised members of the PP and a number of independents.[2][3][4][5] It was automatically dismissed on 13 March 2000 as a consequence of the 2000 general election, but remained in acting capacity until the next government was sworn in.[6][7]

Investiture

Investiture
José María Aznar (PP)
Ballot → 4 May 1996
Required majority → 176 out of 350 checkY
Yes
  • PP (156)
  • CiU (16)
  • PNV (5)
  • CC (4)
181 / 350
No
166 / 350
Abstentions
  • UV (1)
1 / 350
Absentees
  • HB (2)
2 / 350
Sources[1][8]

Cabinet changes

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

Council of Ministers

The Council of Ministers was structured into the offices for the prime minister, the two deputy prime ministers, 14 ministries and the post of the spokesperson of the Government.[17][18][19]

Aznar I Government
(6 May 1996 – 28 April 2000)
Portfolio Name Party Took office Left office Ref.
Prime Minister José María Aznar PP 5 May 1996 27 April 2000 [20]
First Deputy Prime Minister
Minister of the Presidency
Francisco Álvarez-Cascos PP 6 May 1996 28 April 2000 [21]
[22]
Second Deputy Prime Minister
Minister of Economy and Finance
Rodrigo Rato PP 6 May 1996 28 April 2000 [21]
[23]
Minister of Foreign Affairs Abel Matutes PP 6 May 1996 28 April 2000 [21]
Minister of Justice Margarita Mariscal de Gante PP (Ind.) 6 May 1996 28 April 2000 [21]
Minister of Defence Eduardo Serra Rexach PP (Ind.) 6 May 1996 28 April 2000 [21]
Minister of the Interior Jaime Mayor Oreja PP 6 May 1996 28 April 2000 [21]
Minister of Development Rafael Arias-Salgado PP 6 May 1996 28 April 2000 [21]
Minister of Education and Culture Esperanza Aguirre PP 6 May 1996 19 January 1999 [21]
Minister of Labour and Social Affairs Javier Arenas PP 6 May 1996 19 January 1999 [21]
Minister of Industry and Energy Josep Piqué PP (Ind.) 6 May 1996 15 July 1998 [21]
Minister of Agriculture, Fisheries and Food Loyola de Palacio PP 6 May 1996 30 April 1999 [21]
Minister of Public Administrations Mariano Rajoy PP 6 May 1996 19 January 1999 [21]
Minister of Health and Consumer Affairs José Manuel Romay Beccaría PP 6 May 1996 28 April 2000 [21]
Minister of Environment Isabel Tocino PP 6 May 1996 28 April 2000 [21]
Spokesperson of the Government[b] Miguel Ángel Rodríguez PP 8 May 1996 10 July 1998 [24]

Changes July 1998[edit]

Portfolio Name Party Took office Left office Ref.
Minister of Industry and Energy
Spokesperson of the Government
Josep Piqué PP (Ind.)[c] 16 July 1998 28 April 2000 [26]

Changes January 1999[edit]

Portfolio Name Party Took office Left office Ref.
Minister of Education and Culture Mariano Rajoy PP 19 January 1999 28 April 2000 [27]
Minister of Labour and Social Affairs Manuel Pimentel PP 19 January 1999 20 February 2000 [28]
Minister of Public Administrations Ángel Acebes PP 19 January 1999 28 April 2000 [29]

Changes April 1999[edit]

Portfolio Name Party Took office Left office Ref.
Minister of Agriculture, Fisheries and Food Jesús Posada PP 30 April 1999 28 April 2000 [30]

Changes February 2000[edit]

Portfolio Name Party Took office Left office Ref.
Minister of Labour and Social Affairs Juan Carlos Aparicio PP 21 February 2000 28 April 2000 [31]

Departmental structure

José María Aznar's first government was organised into several superior and governing units, whose number, powers and hierarchical structure varied depending on the ministerial department.[18]

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)
José María Aznar 5 May 1996 26 April 2000 PP [32]
[33]
[34]
11 May 1996 – 13 May 2000
  • () Cabinet of the Prime Minister's OfficeChief of Staff
    • () Deputy Chief of Staff
    • () Budget Office (from 1 Aug 1998)
    • () Department of Economic and Social Affairs
    • () Department of International and Defence Affairs
    • () Department of Education and Culture
    • () Department of Analysis and Studies
    • () Department of Institutional Affairs
    • () Office for Science and Technology (est. 3 Feb 1998)
  • () Budget Office (until 1 Aug 1998)
  • () General Secretariat of the Prime Minister's Office
    • () Deputy General Secretariat
    • () Department of Protocol of the Prime Minister's Office
    • () Department of Security of the Prime Minister's Office
    • () Department of Infrastructure and Monitoring for Crisis Situations
First Deputy Prime Minister
(Vicepresidencia Primera
del Gobierno)
Francisco Álvarez-Cascos 6 May 1996 28 April 2000 PP [19]
See Ministry of the Presidency
Second Deputy Prime Minister
(Vicepresidencia Segunda
del Gobierno)
Rodrigo Rato 6 May 1996 28 April 2000 PP [19]
See Ministry of Economy and Finance

Ministry of Foreign Affairs[edit]

Ministry of Foreign Affairs
(Ministerio de Asuntos Exteriores)
Abel Matutes 6 May 1996 28 April 2000 PP [35]
[36]
[37]
11 May 1996 – 12 December 1998
  • () State Secretariat for Foreign Policy and for the European Union
    • () General Secretariat for Foreign Policy and for the European Union
    • () Directorate-General for Technical Affairs of the European Union
    • () Directorate-General for Foreign Policy for Europe and North America
    • () Directorate-General for Foreign Policy for Ibero-America
    • () Directorate-General for Foreign Policy for Africa, Asia and the Pacific
    • () Directorate-General for the United Nations, Security and Disarmament
  • () General Secretariat for International Cooperation and for Ibero-America
    • () Directorate-General for Cultural and Scientific Relations
    • () Directorate-General for International Economic Relations
  • () Undersecretariat of Foreign Affairs
    • () Technical General Secretariat
    • () Directorate-General for the Foreign Service
    • () Directorate-General for Protocol, Chancery and Orders–Introducer of Ambassadors (from 2 Sep 1996)
    • () Directorate-General for Legal and Consular Affairs
  • () Directorate-General for Protocol, Chancery and Orders–Introducer of Ambassadors (until 2 Sep 1996)
  • () Directorate-General of the Office for Diplomatic Information
12 December 1998 – 13 May 2000
  • () State Secretariat for Foreign Policy and for the European Union
    • () General Secretariat for Foreign Policy and for the European Union
    • () Directorate-General for Political Affairs and for the United Nations
    • () Directorate-General for Foreign Policy for Europe
    • () Directorate-General for Security and Disarmament and for Foreign Policy for North America
    • () Directorate-General for Foreign Policy for Ibero-America
    • () Directorate-General for Foreign Policy for Africa, Asia and the Pacific
    • () Directorate-General for Coordination of General and Technical Affairs of the European Union
    • () Directorate-General for the Internal Market and other European Union Policies
  • () General Secretariat for International Cooperation and for Ibero-America
    • () Directorate-General for Cultural and Scientific Relations
    • () Directorate-General for International Economic Relations
  • () Undersecretariat of Foreign Affairs
    • () Technical General Secretariat
    • () Directorate-General for the Foreign Service
    • () Directorate-General for Protocol, Chancery and Orders–Introducer of Ambassadors
    • () Directorate-General for Legal and Consular Affairs
  • () Directorate-General of the Office for Diplomatic Information

Ministry of Justice[edit]

Ministry of Justice
(Ministerio de Justicia)
Margarita Mariscal de Gante 6 May 1996 28 April 2000 PP
(Independent)
[35]
[38]
11 May 1996 – 13 May 2000
  • () State Secretariat for Justice
    • () Directorate-General for Registries and Notaries
    • () Directorate-General for Conscientious Objection
    • () Directorate-General for Relations with the Administration of Justice
    • () Directorate-General of the State Legal Service
    • () Directorate-General for Religious Affairs
  • () Undersecretariat of Justice
    • () Technical General Secretariat

Ministry of Defence[edit]

Ministry of Defence
(Ministerio de Defensa)
Eduardo Serra Rexach 6 May 1996 28 April 2000 PP
(Independent)
[35]
[39]
[40]
11 May 1996 – 27 January 2001

Ministry of Economy and Finance[edit]

Ministry of Economy and Finance
(Ministerio de Economía y Hacienda)
Rodrigo Rato 6 May 1996 28 April 2000 PP [41]
[42]
[43]
8 May 1996 – 13 May 2000
  • () State Secretariat for Finance
    • () Directorate-General for Taxes
    • () Directorate-General for Coordination with the Territorial Treasuries
    • () Directorate-General of the Centre for Cadastral Management and Tax Cooperation (disest. 2 Sep 1996)
    • () Directorate-General for the Cadastre (est. 2 Sep 1996)
    • () Central Economic-Administrative Court
    • () Government Delegation on the Tobacco Monopoly
  • () State Secretariat for Budgets and Expenditure
  • () State Secretariat for Economy
    • () Directorate-General for the Treasury and Financial Policy
    • () Directorate-General for Insurance
    • () Directorate-General for Economic Policy and Competition Defence
  • () State Secretariat for Trade, Tourism and Small and Medium-sized Enterprises
    • () General Secretariat for Foreign Trade (est. 20 May 1998)
    • () Directorate-General for Internal Trade
    • () Directorate-General for Foreign Trade (disest. 20 May 1998)
    • () Directorate-General for Trade Policy and Foreign Investments
    • () Directorate-General for Small and Medium-sized Enterprises Policy
    • () Directorate-General for Tourism
  • () Undersecretariat of Economy and Finance
    • () Technical General Secretariat
    • () Directorate-General for the State Heritage
    • () Inspectorate-General of the Ministry of Economy and Finance

Ministry of the Interior[edit]

Ministry of the Interior
(Ministerio del Interior)
Jaime Mayor Oreja 6 May 1996 28 April 2000 PP [41]
[44]
8 May 1996 – 12 May 2000

Ministry of Development[edit]

Ministry of Development
(Ministerio de Fomento)
Rafael Arias-Salgado 6 May 1996 28 April 2000 PP [35]
[45]
[46]
11 May 1996 – 13 May 2000
  • () State Secretariat for Infrastructure and Transport
    • () Directorate-General for Roads
    • () Directorate-General for Railways and Road Transport
    • () Directorate-General for the Merchant Marine
    • () Directorate-General for Civil Aviation
  • () Undersecretariat of Development
    • () Technical General Secretariat
    • () Directorate-General for Economic and Budgetary Programming
    • () Directorate-General for Housing and Urbanism (disest. 2 Sep 1996)
    • () Directorate-General for Housing, Architecture and Urbanism (est. 2 Sep 1996)
    • () Directorate-General of the National Geographic Institute
  • () General Secretariat for Communications
    • () Directorate-General for Telecommunications (disest. 7 Sep 1997)

Ministry of Education and Culture[edit]

Ministry of Education and Culture
(Ministerio de Educación y Cultura)
Esperanza Aguirre 6 May 1996 19 January 1999 PP [35]
[47]
[48]
[49]
[50]
[51]
[52]
Mariano Rajoy 19 January 1999 28 April 2000 PP
11 May 1996 – 24 January 1999
  • () State Secretariat for Universities, Research and Development
    • () Directorate-General for Higher Education (disest. 3 Feb 1998)
    • () Directorate-General for Research and Development (disest. 3 Feb 1998)
    • () Directorate-General for Higher Education and Scientific Research (est. 3 Feb 1998)
  • () State Secretariat for Culture
    • () Directorate-General for Fine Arts and Cultural Property
    • () Directorate-General for Books, Archives and Libraries
    • () Directorate-General for Cultural Cooperation and Communication
  • () General Secretariat for Education and Vocational Training
    • () Directorate-General for Educational Centers
    • () Directorate-General for Vocational Training and Educational Promotion
    • () Directorate-General for Coordination and High Inspection
  • () Undersecretariat of Education and Culture
    • () Technical General Secretariat
    • () Directorate-General for Economic Programming and Budgetary Control
    • () Directorate-General for Personnel and Services
  • () High Council for Sports
    • () President's Office of the High Council for Sports
      • () Directorate-General for Sports
      • () Directorate-General for Sports Infrastructure and Services
24 January 1999 – 13 May 2000
  • () State Secretariat for Education, Universities, Research and Development
    • () General Secretariat for Education and Vocational Training
      • () Directorate-General for Educational Centers
      • () Directorate-General for Vocational Training and Educational Promotion
      • () Directorate-General for Coordination and High Inspection
    • () Directorate-General for Higher Education and Scientific Research
  • () State Secretariat for Culture
    • () Directorate-General for Fine Arts and Cultural Property
    • () Directorate-General for Books, Archives and Libraries
    • () Directorate-General for Cultural Cooperation and Communication
  • () Undersecretariat of Education and Culture
    • () Technical General Secretariat
    • () Directorate-General for Economic Programming and Budgetary Control
    • () Directorate-General for Personnel and Services
  • () High Council for Sports
    • () President's Office of the High Council for Sports
      • () Directorate-General for Sports
      • () Directorate-General for Sports Infrastructure and Services

Ministry of Labour and Social Affairs[edit]

Ministry of Labour
and Social Affairs

(Ministerio de Trabajo
y Asuntos Sociales)
Javier Arenas 6 May 1996 19 January 1999 PP [35]
[53]
[54]
[55]
Manuel Pimentel 19 January 1999 20 February 2000
(resigned)
PP
Juan Carlos Aparicio 21 February 2000 28 April 2000 PP
11 May 1996 – 13 May 2000
  • () State Secretariat for Social Security
  • () Undersecretariat of Labour and Social Affairs
  • () General Secretariat for Employment
    • () Directorate-General for Labour and Migration (disest. 7 Feb 1997)
    • () Directorate-General for Labour (est. 7 Feb 1997)
    • () Directorate-General for Promotion of the Social Economy (est. 7 Feb 1997; disest. 29 Oct 1998)
    • () Directorate-General for Promotion of the Social Economy and the European Social Fund (est. 29 Oct 1998)
  • () General Secretariat for Social Affairs
    • () Directorate-General for Social, Minors and Family Action
    • () Directorate-General for Migration Management (est. 7 Feb 1997)

Ministry of Industry and Energy[edit]

Ministry of Industry and Energy
(Ministerio de Industria y Energía)
Josep Piqué 6 May 1996 28 April 2000 PP
(PP from Jan 1999;
Indep. until Jan 1999)
[35]
[56]
[57]
[58]
11 May 1996 – 30 September 1998
  • () State Secretariat for Energy and Mineral Resources
    • () Directorate-General for Mines
    • () Directorate-General for Energy
  • () Undersecretariat of Industry and Energy
    • () Technical General Secretariat
    • () Directorate-General for Industry
    • () Directorate-General for Technology and Industrial Security
30 September 1998 – 13 May 2000
  • () State Secretariat for Industry and Energy
    • () Directorate-General for Industry and Technology
    • () Directorate-General for Energy
    • () Directorate-General for Mines
    • () Directorate-General for Industries and Information Technologies
  • () Undersecretariat of Industry and Energy
    • () Technical General Secretariat

Ministry of Agriculture, Fisheries and Food[edit]

Ministry of Agriculture,
Fisheries and Food

(Ministerio de Agricultura,
Pesca y Alimentación)
Loyola de Palacio 6 May 1996 30 April 1999 PP [35]
[59]
[60]
Jesús Posada 30 April 1999 28 April 2000 PP
11 May 1996 – 15 July 1998
  • () Undersecretariat of Agriculture, Fisheries and Food
    • () Technical General Secretariat
  • () General Secretariat for Agriculture and Food
    • () Directorate-General for Agricultural Productions and Markets
    • () Directorate-General for Livestock Productions and Markets
    • () Directorate-General for Agricultural Production Health
    • () Directorate-General for Rural Planning and Development
    • () Directorate-General for Food Policy and Agricultural and Food Industries
  • () General Secretariat for Maritime Fisheries
    • () Directorate-General for Fishery Resources
    • () Directorate-General for Fishing Structures and Markets
15 July 1998 – 13 May 2000
  • () Undersecretariat of Agriculture, Fisheries and Food
    • () Technical General Secretariat
  • () General Secretariat for Agriculture and Food
    • () Directorate-General for Agriculture
    • () Directorate-General for Livestock
    • () Directorate-General for Rural Development
    • () Directorate-General for Food
  • () General Secretariat for Maritime Fisheries
    • () Directorate-General for Fishery Resources
    • () Directorate-General for Fishing Structures and Markets

Ministry of the Presidency[edit]

Ministry of the Presidency
(Ministerio de la Presidencia)
Francisco Álvarez-Cascos 6 May 1996 28 April 2000 PP [41]
[61]
[62]
8 May 1996 – 20 May 2000

Ministry of Public Administrations[edit]

Ministry of Public Administrations
(Ministerio de Administraciones
Públicas)
Mariano Rajoy 6 May 1996 19 January 1999 PP [35]
[63]
[64]
[65]
Ángel Acebes 19 January 1999 28 April 2000 PP
11 May 1996 – 13 May 2000
  • () State Secretariat for Public Administration
    • () Directorate-General for the Civil Service
    • () Directorate-General for Administrative Organization
    • () Inspectorate-General for Public Administration Services (disest. 25 Dec 1998)
    • () Directorate-General for Services Inspection, Simplification and Quality (est. 25 Dec 1998)
  • () State Secretariat for Territorial Administrations
    • () Directorate-General for Territorial Cooperation (disest. 12 Sep 1997)
    • () Directorate-General for Territorial Legal and Economic Regime (disest. 12 Sep 1997)
    • () Directorate-General for Regional Cooperation (est. 12 Sep 1997)
    • () Directorate-General for the Local Administration (est. 12 Sep 1997)
  • () Undersecretariat of Public Administrations
    • () Technical General Secretariat

Ministry of Health and Consumer Affairs[edit]

Ministry of Health
and Consumer Affairs

(Ministerio de Sanidad
y Consumo)
José Manuel Romay Beccaría 6 May 1996 28 April 2000 PP [35]
[66]
11 May 1996 – 20 May 2000
  • () Undersecretariat of Health and Consumer Affairs
    • () Technical General Secretariat
    • () Directorate-General for Public Health
    • () Directorate-General for Pharmacy and Health Products
  • () General Secretariat for Healthcare–National Institute of Health
    • () Directorate-General for Health Organization and Planning
    • () Directorate-General for Primary and Specialized Care
    • () Directorate-General for Budgets and Investments
    • () Directorate-General for Human Resources

Ministry of Environment[edit]

Ministry of Environment
(Ministerio de Medio Ambiente)
Isabel Tocino 6 May 1996 28 April 2000 PP [35]
[67]
11 May 1996 – 13 May 2000
  • () State Secretariat for Water and Coasts
    • () Directorate-General for Hydraulic Works and Water Quality
    • () Directorate-General for Coasts
  • () Undersecretariat of Environment
  • () General Secretariat for Environment
    • () Directorate-General for Nature Conservation
    • () Directorate-General for Environmental Quality and Evaluation

Spokesperson of the Government[edit]

Spokesperson of the Government
(Portavoz del Gobierno)
Miguel Ángel Rodríguez
(de facto)[b]
8 May 1996 10 July 1998
(resigned)
PP [24]
[26]
Josep Piqué 16 July 1998 28 April 2000 PP
(PP from Jan 1999;
Indep. until Jan 1999)

See also

Notes

  1. ^ a b Does not include the Prime Minister.
  2. ^ a b On 8 May 1996 Miguel Ángel Rodríguez was appointed as Secretary of State for Press. From such a post he attended press conferences after the councils of ministers, exercising as de facto spokesperson, without ever being officially appointed as such.
  3. ^ Joined the PP in January 1999.[25]

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Preceded byGonzález IV Government of Spain 1996–2000 Succeeded byAznar II
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