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    • (2000 - 2003): Rodrigo Rato Figaredo
    • (2003 - 2004): Javier Arenas Bocanegra

  • Minister of Labour and Social Affairs
    • (2000 - 2002): Juan Carlos Aparicio Pérez
    • (2002 - 2004): Eduardo Zaplana
  • Minister of Public Administrations
    • (2000 - 2002): Jesús Posada Moreno
    • (2002 - 2003): Javier Arenas Bocanegra
    • (2003 - 2004): Julia García-Valdecasas
  • Minister of Health and Consumption
    • (2000 - 2002): Celia Villalobos Talero
    • (2002 - 2004): Ana María Pastor Julián
  • Minister of the Environment
    • (2000 - 2003): Jaume Matas Palou
    • (2003 - 2004): Elvira Rodríguez Herrer
  • Minister of Science and Technology
    • (2000 - 2002): Anna María Birulés i Bertrán
    • (2002 - 2003): Josep Piqué i Camps
    • (2003 - 2004): Juan Costa Climent
Preceded by
Council of Ministers of Spain (6th Legislature)
Spanish Cabinet
2000 - 2004
Succeeded by
Council of Ministers of Spain (8th Legislature)
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