The Presidente del Gobierno (President of the Government) is Mariano Rajoy Brey.
According to the spanish constitution (section 98):
1. The Government shall consist of the President, Vice-Presidents, when appropriate, Ministers and other members as may be created by law.
2. The President shall direct the Governments' action and coordinate the functions of the other members thereof, without prejudice to the competence and direct responsibility of the latter in the discharge of their duties.
The King nominates a person for Presidente del Gobierno, but he is approved by the Congress of Deputies. The King is head of state and commander and chief of the Spanish armed forces
That position has never been titled Prime Minister since the advent of a Constitutional Monarchy. The title Presidente del Gobierno is a provision of the Spanish Constitution of 1978. He is the Head of Government as opposed to King Juan Carlos I who is the Chief of State.
Currently: The Presidente del Gobierno of Spain is Mariana Rajoy Brey. He has been the head of the government of the country since 2011. (It is worth noting that the proper way to address him is using his first surname, i.e. Mr. Rajoy, not Mr. Brey.)
Spain doesn't have a president. Spain has a king.
As of 6/22/2011 Jose Luis Rodriguez Zapatero is the President of Spain.
Monroe was the president when Spain ceded Florida to the US.
James Monroe was President in 1819 when Spain ceded Florida.
The Presidente del Gobierno, President of the Government, of Spain is Jose Luis Rodriguez Zapatero.
Soraya Saenz De Santamaria Anton is the Vice President of the Government of Spain.
Spain does not have a Prime Minister and a King. Spain has a Presidente del Gobierno (President of the Government) and a king. Having a President and a king is not bad for Spain.
Spain did not have a president in 1940. Generalissimo Franco was the ruler of Spain in 1940, having come to power as a result of the Spanish Civil War in 1936-1939.
According to the Spanish Constitution Spain has a King and a Presidente del Gobierno (President of the Government). The latter is better known as the Prime Minister of Spain.
Spain is a kingdom and has a king (Juan Carlos I). Spain does not have a president, but a prime minister (Mariano Rajoy). There is somewhat confusion because he's also called the President of the Government, but in fact he is a Prime Minister.
Jose Luis Rodriguez Zapatero is the President of Spain.
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Mariano Rajoy became the Presidente del Gobierno 21st December 2011. The correct term in English is "President of the Government", or simply President. Spain does not have a Prime Minister.
Spain actually has a three part gov't. 1. The King, 2. The President, 1st Vice President 2nd Vice President and 3rd Vice President and 3. The Cabinet. So, to answer your question, no, because Spain does not have a prime minister. It does have a President and a King and A cabinet though.
Jose Luis Rodriguez Zapatero is the President of Government.
there is no president but its King is currently King Juan Carlos I
i THINK they vote...
Spain has a king and queen. The king is the Head of State, he is the official representative of Spain to the world. Spain also has a President, His name is Jose Luis Rodriquez Zapatero, he is the Head of Government, the man in charge of the government and the country.