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Council of Ministers of Spain (5th Legislature)

Position Holder
President of the Government
Vice President
Spokesman of the Government
Minister of Foreign Affairs
Minister of Justice
Minister of Defence
  • (1993 - 1995): Julián García Vargas
  • (1995 - 1996): Gustavo Suárez Pertierra
Minister of Economy and Finance
Minister of the Interior
  • (1993 - 1993): José Luis Corcuera Cuesta
  • (1993 - 1994): Antoni Asunción Hernández
  • (1994 - 1996): Juan Alberto Belloch Julbe
Minister of Public Works, Transports and Environment
Minister of Education and Science
Minister of Labour and Social Security
Minister of Industry and Energy
  • (1993 - 1996): Juan Manuel Eguiagaray Ucelay
Minister of Agriculture, Fisheries and Food
Minister of the Presidency
Minister of Public Administrations
Minister of Culture
  • (1993 - 1996): Carmen Alborch Bataller
Minister of Health and Comsumption
  • (1993 - 1996): Ángeles Amador Millán
Minister of Social Affairs
  • (1993 - 1996): Cristina Alberdi Alonso
Minister of Trade and Tourism
  • (1993 - 1996): Javier Gómez-Navarro Navarrete
Preceded by
Council of Ministers of Spain (4th Legislature)
Spanish Cabinet
1993 - 1996
Succeeded by
Council of Ministers of Spain (6th Legislature)


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