José María Aznar - Aznar's Government 1996–2004

Aznar's Government 1996–2004

Position Holder
President of Government
  • José María Aznar
1st Vice president of the Government of Spain
2nd Vice president of Government of Spain
Minister of Foreign Affairs
  • (1996–2000): Abel Matutes
  • (2000–2002): Josep Piqué
  • (2002–2004): Ana Palacio
Minister of Justice
  • (1996–2000): Margarita Mariscal
  • (2000–2002): Ángel Acebes
  • (2002–2004): José María Michavila
Minister of Defence
  • (1996–2000): Eduardo Serra
  • (2000–2004): Federico Trillo
Minister of Economy/until 2000 Economy and Finance
  • (1996–2004): Rodrigo Rato
Minister of the Interior
  • (1996–2001): Jaime Mayor
  • (2001–2002): Mariano Rajoy
  • (2001–2004): Ángel Acebes
Manufacturing Minister/since 1996, previously Public works
  • (1996–2000): Rafael Arias-Salgado
  • (2000–2004): Francisco Álvarez Cascos
Minister of Education and Culture/ previously Education and Science
  • (1996–1999): Esperanza Aguirre
  • (1999–2000): Mariano Rajoy
  • (2000–2004): Pilar del Castillo
Minister of Employment and Social Security
  • (1996–1999): Javier Arenas
  • (1999–2000): Manuel Pimentel
  • (2000–2002): Juan Carlos Aparicio
  • (2002–2004): Eduardo Zaplana
Minister of Science and Technology/previously Industry and Energy
  • (1996–2000): Josep Piqué
  • (2000–2002): Ana Birulés
  • (2002–2003): Josep Piqué
  • (2003–2004): Juan Costa
Minister of Agriculture, fisheries and food
  • (1996–1999): Ignacia Loyola de Palacios
  • (1999–2000): Jesús Posadas Moreno
  • (2000–2004): Miguel Arias
Minister of Presidency
  • (1996–2000): Francisco Álvarez Cascos
  • (2000–2001): Mariano Rajoy
  • (2001–2002): Juan José Lucas
  • (2002–2003): Mariano Rajoy
  • (2003–2004): Javier Arenas
Minister of Public Administrations
  • (1996–1999): Mariano Rajoy
  • (1999–2000): Ángel Acebes
  • (2000–2002): Jesús Posadas
  • (2002–2003): Javier Arenas
  • (2003–2004): Julia García Valdecasas
Health minister
  • (1996–2000): José M. Romay
  • (2000–2002): Celia Villalobos
  • (2002–2004): Ana Pastor
Minister Finance/until 2000 Economy and Finance
  • (2000–2004): Cristobal Montoro
Environment minister
  • (1996–2000): Isabel Tocino
  • (2000–2003): Jaume Matas
  • (2003–2004): Elvira Rodríguez
Government Spokesperson
  • (1996–1998): Miguel A. Rodríguez
  • (1998–2000): Josep Piqué
  • (2000–2002): Pío Cabanillas
  • (2002–2003): Mariano Rajoy
  • (2003–2004): Eduardo Zaplana
Presidents of the Congress of Deputies
  • (1996–2000): Federico Trillo
  • (2000–2004): Luisa Fernanda Rudi
Presidents of The Senate
  • (1996–1999): Juan Ignacio Baredo
  • (1999–2002): Esperanza Aguirre
  • (2002–2004): Juan José Lucas

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