Prime Minister of Spain

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Prime Minister of Spain

Pedro Sánchez of the Spanish Socialist Workers' Party (PSOE) has been Prime Minister since 2 June 2018, after a successful motion of no confidence against former prime minister Mariano Rajoy. [22]Once appointed, the Prime Minister forms his government whose ministers are appointed and removed by the King on the Prime Minister's advice. The deputy Prime Minister, or in the absence of such office the first minister by precedence, would then take over the day-to-day operations in the meantime as acting-prime minister, even while the deputy Prime Minister themselves may be nominated by the King and stand for a vote of confidence. [citation needed]Return of democracy [ edit ]Adolfo Suárez was the first democratically elected Prime Minister of the post-Franco government, the 149th Spanish Prime Minister since 1834. [citation needed]Recent Prime Ministers [ edit ]Living Former Prime Ministers [ edit ]As of February 2021, there are four living former Spanish Prime Ministers:The most recent Prime Minister to die was Adolfo Suárez (served 1976–1981) on 23 March 2014, aged 81.

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