List of Prime Ministers of Spain

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The following is the list of those who have served as President of the Government (i.e., the Prime Minister) of Spain. It also includes similar offices presiding over the Council of Ministries since the position gained a significant power.

Kingdom of Spain (1705–1873)

Secretaries of the Universal Bureau

Picture Name From Until Monarch
(Reign)
Lesser Royal Coat of Arms of Spain (1700-1868 and 1834-1930) Pillars of Hercules Variant.svg Pedro Fernández del Campo y Angulo,
Marquis of Mejorada
11 July 1705 15 April 1714 King Philip V
Felipe V de España.jpg
(1700–1724)
Manuel de Vadillo y Velasco 15 April 1714 30 November 1714
José de Grimaldo y Gutiérrez de Solórzano
Marquis of Grimaldo
(1st time)
30 November 1714 14 January 1724
Juan Bautista de Orendáin y Azpilicueta
(1st time)
14 January 1724 4 September 1724 King Louis I
Luis I, rey de España.jpg
(1724)
José de Grimaldo y Gutiérrez de Solórzano
Marquis of Grimaldo
(2nd time)
4 September 1724 12 December 1725 King Philip V
Felipe V de España.jpg
(1724–1746)
Johan Willem Ripperda.jpg Juan Guillermo Ripperdá
Duke and Baron of Ripperdá
12 December 1725 14 April 1726
Lesser Royal Coat of Arms of Spain (1700-1868 and 1834-1930) Pillars of Hercules Variant.svg José de Grimaldo y Gutiérrez de Solórzano
Marquis of Grimaldo
(3rd time)
14 April 1726 1 October 1726
Juan Bautista de Orendáin y Azpilicueta
Marquis of La Paz
(2nd time)
1 October 1726 21 November 1734

First Secretaries of State

Picture Name From Until Monarch
(Reign)
JoséPatiñoMuseoNaval.jpg José de Patiño y Rosales 21 November 1734 3 November 1736 King Philip V
Felipe V de España.jpg
(1724–1746)
Sebastian de la Cuadra.jpg Sebastián de la Cuadra y Llerena
1st Marquis of Villarías
26 November 1736 4 December 1746
José de Carvajal y Lancaster.jpg José de Carvajal y Lancaster 4 December 1746 9 April 1754 King Ferdinand VI
Rey Fernando VI.jpg
(1746–1759)
12th Duke of Alba by Mengs.jpg Fernando de Silva Mendoza y Toledo
Duke of Huéscar
9 April 1754 15 May 1754
Ricardo Wall.jpg Ricardo Wall y Devreux 15 May 1754 10 August 1759
10 August 1759 9 October 1763 King Charles III
Charles III of Spain.jpg
(1759–1788)
Jerónimo Grimaldi.jpg Pablo Jerónimo de Grimaldi y Pallavicini
Duke of Grimaldi
9 October 1763 19 February 1777
The Count of Floridablanca by Francisco Goya.jpg José Moñino y Redondo
Count of Floridablanca
19 February 1777 14 December 1788
14 December 1788 28 February 1792 King Charles IV
Carlos IV de rojo.jpg
(1788–1808)
Pedro Pablo Abarca de Bolea, Count of Aranda.jpg Pedro Pablo Abarca de Bolea y Ximénez de Urrea
Count of Aranda
Acting First Secretary of State
28 February 1792 15 November 1792
Manuel de Godoy, por Antonio Carnicero (Real Academia de Bellas Artes de San Fernando).jpg Manuel de Godoy y Álvarez de Faria
Duke of Alcudia
15 November 1792 28 March 1798
Francisco-Saavedra-by-Goya.jpg Francisco Saavedra de Sangronis
Acting First Secretary of State until 6 September 1798
30 March 1798 21 February 1799
Lesser Royal Coat of Arms of Spain (1700-1868 and 1834-1930) Pillars of Hercules Variant.svg Mariano Luis de Urquijo y Muga
Acting First Secretary of State
12 February 1799 13 December 1799
Pedro Cevallos Guerra
(1st time)
13 December 1799 3 March 1808
Gonzalo O'Farrill y Herrera
Acting First Secretary of State
3 March 1808 19 March 1808
Pedro Cevallos Guerra
(2nd time)
19 March 1808 7 July 1808 King Ferdinand VII
Ferdinand VII of Spain (1814) by Goya.jpg
(1808)
Mariano Luis de Urquijo y Muga
(2nd time)
7 July 1808 27 June 1813 King Joseph I
Joseph-Bonaparte.jpg
(1808–1813)
JuanODonoju.jpg Juan O'Donoju O'Ryan
Acting First Secretary of State
10 October 1813 17 October 1813
Lesser Royal Coat of Arms of Spain (1700-1868 and 1834-1930) Pillars of Hercules Variant.svg Fernando de Laserna
Acting First Secretary of State
17 October 1813 3 December 1813
José Luyando
Acting First Secretary of State
3 December 1813 4 May 1814 King Ferdinand VII
Ferdinand VII of Spain (1814) by Goya.jpg
(1813–1833)
Retrato del Duque de San Carlos.jpg José Miguel de Carvajal-Vargas y Manrique de Lara
Duke of San Carlos
4 May 1814 15 November 1814
Lesser Royal Coat of Arms of Spain (1700-1868 and 1834-1930) Pillars of Hercules Variant.svg Pedro Cevallos Guerra
(3rd time)
15 November 1814 24 January 1816
Juan Esteban Lozano de Torres 24 January 1816 26 January 1816
Pedro Cevallos Guerra
(4th time)
26 January 1816 30 October 1816
José García de León y Pizarro 30 October 1816 14 September 1818
Carlos Martínez de Irujo y Tacón.jpg Carlos Martínez de Irujo y Tacón
Marquis of Casa Irujo
Acting First Secretary of State
14 September 1818 12 June 1819
Lesser Royal Coat of Arms of Spain (1700-1868 and 1834-1930) Pillars of Hercules Variant.svg Manuel González Salmón y Gómez de Torres
Acting First Secretary of State
12 June 1819 12 September 1819
Joaquín José Melgarejo y Saurín
Duke of San Fernando de Quiroga
12 September 1819 18 March 1820
Juan Jabat Aztal
Acting First Secretary of State
18 March 1820
Evaristo Pérez de Castro.jpg Evaristo Pérez de Castro y Brito 18 March 1820 2 March 1821
Lesser Royal Coat of Arms of Spain (1700-1868 and 1834-1930) Pillars of Hercules Variant.svg Joaquín Anduaga Cuenca
Acting First Secretary of State
2 March 1821 23 April 1821
Francisco de Paula Escudero
Acting First Secretary of State
23 April 1821
Eusebio Bardají y Azara 23 April 1821 8 January 1822
Ramón López Pelegrín
Acting First Secretary of State
8 January 1822 24 January 1822
José Gabriel de Silva y Bazán
Marquis of Santa Cruz
24 January 1822 30 January 1822
Ramón López Pelegrín
Acting First Secretary of State
30 January 1822 28 February 1822
MartinezRosa-1-.jpg Francisco Martínez de la Rosa 28 February 1822 5 August 1822
Lesser Royal Coat of Arms of Spain (1700-1868 and 1834-1930) Pillars of Hercules Variant.svg Evaristo Fernández San Miguel y Valledor
Acting First Secretary of State from 28 February 1822
5 August 1822 25 April 1823
José Manuel Vadillo
Acting First Secretary of State
25 April 1823 7 May 1823
Santiago Usoz y Mozi
Acting First Secretary of State
7 May 1823 13 May 1823
José María Pando de la Riva y Ramírez de Laredo 13 May 1823 29 August 1823
Luis María de Salazar y Salazar
Acting First Secretary of State
29 August 1823 4 September 1823
Juan Antonio Yandiola Garay
Acting First Secretary of State
4 September 1823 6 September 1823
José Luyando
(2nd time)
6 September 1823 1 October 1823
Víctor Damián Sáez y Sánchez-Mayor
Acting First Secretary of State until 7 August 1823
(counter-government until 1 October 1823.)
25 April 1823 2 December 1823
Carlos Martínez de Irujo y Tacón.jpg Carlos Martínez de Irujo y Tacón
Marquis of Casa Irujo
(2nd time)
2 December 1823 18 January 1824
Conde de Ofalia.JPG Narciso Fernández de Heredia y Begines de los Ríos
Count of Ofalia
18 January 1824 11 July 1824
Lesser Royal Coat of Arms of Spain (1700-1868 and 1834-1930) Pillars of Hercules Variant.svg Luis María de Salazar y Salazar
Acting First Secretary of State
11 July 1824
Francisco Cea Bermúdez
(1st time)
11 July 1824 24 October 1825
Pedro de Alcántara Álvarez de Toledo y Salm Salm, XIII duque del Infantado (Museo del Prado).jpg Pedro Alcantara Álvarez de Toledo y Salm Salm
Duke of the Infantado
24 October 1825 19 August 1826
Lesser Royal Coat of Arms of Spain (1700-1868 and 1834-1930) Pillars of Hercules Variant.svg Manuel González Salmón y Gómez de Torres
Acting First Secretary of State until 15 October 1830
19 August 1826 20 January 1832
Francisco Tadeo Calomarde.jpg Francisco Tadeo Calomarde y Arría
Acting First Secretary of State
20 January 1832 22 February 1832
Lesser Royal Coat of Arms of Spain (1700-1868 and 1834-1930) Pillars of Hercules Variant.svg Antonio de Saavedra y Frígola, conde de Alcudia
Acting First Secretary of State
22 February 1832 1 October 1832
José Cafranga Costilla
Acting First Secretary of State
1 October 1832 29 November 1832
Francisco Cea Bermúdez
(2nd time)
29 November 1832 15 January 1834

List of officeholders

Kingdom of Spain (1834–1868)

Portrait Name
Office
(Birth–Death)
Term of office Party Election Cabinet Monarch
(Reign)
Took office Left office Time in office
MartinezRosa-1-.jpg Francisco de Paula Martínez de la
Rosa
Berdejo-Gómez y Arroyo

President of the Council of Ministers
(1787–1862)
15 January
1834
7 June
1835
1 year, 143 days Moderate
1834
Martínez de la Rosa Maria Christina
of the
Two Sicilies

Lesser Royal Coat of Arms of Spain (1700-1868 and 1834-1930) Pillars of Hercules Variant.svg
(1833–1840)
Regent for
Isabella II
José María Queipo de Llano, conde de Toreno (Museo del Prado).jpg José María Queipo de Llano
Ruiz de Saravia
7th Count of Toreno

President of the Council of Ministers
(1786–1843)
7 June
1835
14 September
1835
99 days Moderate Toreno
Don Miguel Ricardo de Alava by William Salter cropped.jpg Miguel Ricardo de Álava
y Esquível

President of the Council of Ministers[n 1]
(1772–1843)
14 September
1835
25 September
1835
11 days Progressive Álava–Mendizabal
Juan Álvarez Mendizábal.jpg Juan Álvarez de Mendizábal
President of the Council of Ministers[n 2]
(1790–1853)
25 September
1835
15 May
1836
233 days Progressive
Feb.1836
Mendizábal
Francisco Javier Istúriz.jpg Francisco Javier Istúriz
Montero

President of the Council of Ministers
(1790–1871)
15 May
1836
14 August
1836
91 days Moderate
Jul.1836
Istúriz I
José María Calatrava.jpg José María Calatrava
y Peinado

President of the Council of Ministers
(1781–1846)
14 August
1836
18 August
1837
1 year, 4 days Progressive
Oct.1836
Calatrava
Baldomero Espartero.jpg Joaquín Baldomero Fernández-
Espartero Álvarez del Toro
1st Count of Luchana

President of the Council of Ministers
(1793–1879)
18 August
1837
18 October
1837
61 days Progressive
1837
Espartero I
Lesser Royal Coat of Arms of Spain (1700-1868 and 1834-1930) Pillars of Hercules Variant.svg Eusebio Bardají Azara
President of the Council of Ministers
(1776–1842)
18 October
1837
16 December
1837
59 days Moderate Bardají
Conde de Ofalia.JPG Narciso de Heredia Begines
de los Ríos
1st Marquess of Heredia

President of the Council of Ministers
(1775–1847)
16 December
1837
6 September
1838
264 days Moderate Heredia
Bernardino Fernández de Velasco y Benavides-Duque de Frías.JPG José Bernardino Fernández
de Velasco y Benavides
14th Duke of Frías

President of the Council of Ministers
(1783–1851)
6 September
1838
9 December
1838
94 days Moderate Frías
Evaristo Pérez de Castro.jpg Evaristo Pérez de Castro
Brito

President of the Council of Ministers[n 3]
(1778–1849)
9 December
1838
20 July
1840
1 year, 224 days Moderate
1839
1840
Pérez de Castro
Antonio González González.jpg Antonio González y González
President of the Council of Ministers
(1792–1876)
20 July
1840
12 August
1840
23 days Progressive González y González I
Ferraz.JPG Valentín Ferraz y Barrau
President of the Council of Ministers
(1792–1866)
12 August
1840
28 August
1840
16 days Progressive Ferraz
Lesser Royal Coat of Arms of Spain (1700-1868 and 1834-1930) Pillars of Hercules Variant.svg Modesto Cortázar Leal
Interim President of the Council of Ministers
(1783–1862)
28 August
1840
11 September
1840
14 days Progressive Interim
Vicente Sancho redondeado.png Vicente Sancho y Cobertores
President of the Council of Ministers
(1784–1860)
11 September
1840
16 September
1840
5 days Progressive Sancho
Baldomero Espartero.jpg Joaquín Baldomero Fernández-
Espartero Álvarez del Toro
1st Count of Luchana

President of the Council of Ministers
(1793–1879)
16 September
1840
10 May
1841
236 days Progressive
1841
Espartero II Baldomero
Espartero

Lesser Royal Coat of Arms of Spain (1700-1868 and 1834-1930) Pillars of Hercules Variant.svg
(1840–1843)
Regent for
Isabella II
Joaquín María Ferrer por Francisco de Goya.jpg Joaquín María
de Ferrer y Cafranga

President of the Council of Ministers
(1777–1861)
10 May
1841
20 May
1841
10 days Progressive Ferrer
Antonio González González.jpg Antonio González y González
President of the Council of Ministers
(1792–1876)
20 May
1841
17 June
1842
1 year, 28 days Progressive González y González II
Retrato del general Rodil (Dionisio Fierros Álvarez).jpg José Ramón Rodil Pampillo
1st Marquess of Rodil

President of the Council of Ministers
(1789–1853)
17 June
1842
9 May
1843
326 days Progressive
Feb.1843
Rodil
Joaquín María López.png Joaquín María López López
President of the Council of Ministers
(1798–1855)
9 May
1843
19 May
1843
10 days Progressive López I
Álvaro Gómez Becerra (Palacio del Senado de España).jpg Álvaro Gómez Becerra
President of the Council of Ministers
(1771–1855)
19 May
1843
23 July
1843
65 days Progressive Gómez Becerra
Joaquín María López.png Joaquín María López López
President of the Council of Ministers
(1798–1855)
23 July
1843
20 November
1843
120 days Progressive
Sep.1843
López II Joaquín María
López

Lesser Royal Coat of Arms of Spain (1700-1868 and 1834-1930) Pillars of Hercules Variant.svg
(1843)
Isabella II
Lesser Royal Coat of Arms of Spain (1700-1868 and 1834-1930) Pillars of Hercules Variant.svg
(1843–1868)
Salustiano de Olózaga Armandoz 1872 Antonio Gisbert Pérez.jpg Salustiano de Olózaga
Almandoz

President of the Council of Ministers
(1805–1873)
20 November
1843
5 December
1843
15 days Progressive Olózaga
Luis Gonzales Bravo.jpg Luis González-Bravo
López de Arjona

President of the Council of Ministers
(1811–1871)
5 December
1843
3 May
1844
150 days Moderate González-Bravo I
Ramon Maria de Narvaez by Vicente Lopez 1772 1850.jpg Ramón María Narváez
y Campos

President of the Council of Ministers
(1800–1868)
3 May
1844
11 February
1846
1 year, 284 days Moderate
1844
Narváez I
Marques de miraflores.jpg Manuel Pando
Fernández de Pinedo
6th Marquess of Miraflores

President of the Council of Ministers
(1792–1872)
11 February
1846
16 March
1846
33 days Moderate Miraflores I
Ramon Maria de Narvaez by Vicente Lopez 1772 1850.jpg Ramón María Narváez
y Campos

President of the Council of Ministers
(1800–1868)
16 March
1846
5 April
1846
20 days Moderate Narváez II
Francisco Javier Istúriz.jpg Francisco Javier Istúriz
Montero

President of the Council of Ministers
(1790–1871)
5 April
1846
28 January
1847
298 days Moderate
1846
Istúriz II
Carlos mirujo sotomayor.jpg Carlos Fernando Martínez de Irujo
y McKean Tacón y Armitage

President of the Council of Ministers
(1802–1855)
28 January
1847
28 March
1847
59 days Moderate Martínez de Irujo
Joaquín Francisco Pacheco (Real Academia Española).jpg Joaquín Francisco Pacheco
Gutiérrez

President of the Council of Ministers[n 4]
(1808–1865)
28 March
1847
12 September
1847
168 days Moderate Pacheco
Lesser Royal Coat of Arms of Spain (1700-1868 and 1834-1930) Pillars of Hercules Variant.svg Florencio García Goyena
President of the Council of Ministers
(1783–1855)
12 September
1847
4 October
1847
22 days Moderate Goyena
Ramon Maria de Narvaez by Vicente Lopez 1772 1850.jpg Ramón María Narváez
y Campos
1st Duke of Valencia

President of the Council of Ministers
(1800–1868)
4 October
1847
19 October
1849
2 years, 15 days Moderate Narváez III
Serafín María de Sotto (Museo del Ejército).JPG Serafín María de Sotto
y Abbach Langton Casaviella
3rd Count of Clonard

President of the Council of Ministers
(1793–1862)
19 October
1849
20 October
1849
1 day Moderate De Sotto
Ramon Maria de Narvaez by Vicente Lopez 1772 1850.jpg Ramón María Narváez
y Campos
1st Duke of Valencia

President of the Council of Ministers
(1800–1868)
20 October
1849
14 January
1851
1 year, 86 days Moderate
1850
Narváez IV
Juan Bravo Murillo.jpg Juan Bravo Murillo
President of the Council of Ministers
(1803–1873)
14 January
1851
14 December
1852
1 year, 335 days Moderate
1851
Murillo
Conde de alcoy.JPG Federico Roncali Ceruti
1st Count of Alcoy

President of the Council of Ministers
(1809–1857)
14 December
1852
14 April
1853
121 days Moderate
1853
Roncali
Francisco Lersundi Hormaechea.jpg Francisco Lersundi
Hormaechea

President of the Council of Ministers
(1817–1874)
14 April
1853
19 September
1853
158 days Moderate Lersundi
Luis José Sartorius.jpg Luis José Sartorius
y Tapia
1st Count of San Luis

President of the Council of Ministers
(1820–1871)
19 September
1853
17 July
1854
301 days Moderate Sartorius
Fernando Fernández de Córdova y Valcárcel.jpg Fernando Fernández
de Córdova
y Valcárcel

President of the Council of Ministers
(1809–1883)
17 July
1854
18 July
1854
1 day Moderate Fernández de Córdova
Ángel de Saavedra, duque de Rivas (Museo del Prado).jpg Ángel Saavedra
y Ramírez de Baquedano
3rd Duke of Rivas

President of the Council of Ministers
(1791–1865)
18 July
1854
19 July
1854
1 day Moderate Rivas
Baldomero Espartero.jpg Joaquín Baldomero Fernández-
Espartero Álvarez del Toro
1st Count of Luchana

President of the Council of Ministers
(1793–1879)
19 July
1854
14 July
1856
1 year, 361 days Progressive
1854
Espartero III
Espartero IV
Espartero V
Leopoldo O'Donnell y Jorris.jpg Leopoldo O'Donnell y Joris
1st Count of Lucena

President of the Council of Ministers
(1809–1867)
14 July
1856
12 October
1856
90 days Liberal Union O'Donnell I
Ramon Maria de Narvaez by Vicente Lopez 1772 1850.jpg Ramón María Narváez
y Campos
1st Duke of Valencia

President of the Council of Ministers
(1800–1868)
12 October
1856
15 October
1857
1 year, 3 days Moderate
1857
Narváez V
Francisco Armero y Fernández de Peñaranda.jpg Francisco Armero Peñaranda
President of the Council of Ministers
(1804–1866)
15 October
1857
14 January
1858
91 days Moderate Peñaranda
Francisco Javier Istúriz.jpg Francisco Javier Istúriz
Montero

President of the Council of Ministers
(1790–1871)
14 January
1858
30 June
1858
167 days Moderate Istúriz III
Leopoldo O'Donnell y Jorris.jpg Leopoldo O'Donnell y Joris
1st Count of Lucena
1st Duke of Tetuán

President of the Council of Ministers[n 5]
(1809–1867)
30 June
1858
2 March
1863
4 years, 245 days Liberal Union
1858
O'Donnell II
O'Donnell III
Marques de miraflores.jpg Manuel Pando
Fernández de Pinedo
6th Marquess of Miraflores

President of the Council of Ministers
(1792–1872)
2 March
1863
17 January
1864
321 days Moderate
1863
Miraflores II
Retrato de Lorenzo Arrazola.jpg Lorenzo Arrazola García
President of the Council of Ministers
(1795–1873)
17 January
1864
1 March
1864
44 days Moderate Arrazola
Alejandro Mon.png Alejandro Mon y Menéndez
President of the Council of Ministers
(1801–1883)
1 March
1864
16 September
1864
199 days Moderate Mon y Menéndez
Ramon Maria de Narvaez by Vicente Lopez 1772 1850.jpg Ramón María Narváez
y Campos
1st Duke of Valencia

President of the Council of Ministers
(1800–1868)
16 September
1864
21 June
1865
278 days Moderate
1864
Narváez VI
Leopoldo O'Donnell y Jorris.jpg Leopoldo O'Donnell y Joris
1st Duke of Tetuán

President of the Council of Ministers[n 6]
(1809–1867)
21 June
1865
10 July
1866
1 year, 19 days Liberal Union
1865
O'Donnell IV
Ramon Maria de Narvaez by Vicente Lopez 1772 1850.jpg Ramón María Narváez
y Campos
1st Duke of Valencia

President of the Council of Ministers
(1800–1868)
10 July
1866
23 April
1868†
1 year, 288 days Moderate
1867
Narváez VII
Luis Gonzales Bravo.jpg Luis González-Bravo
López de Arjona

President of the Council of Ministers
(1811–1871)
23 April
1868
19 September
1868
149 days Moderate González-Bravo II
El general Gutiérrez de la Concha (Museo del Prado).jpg José Gutiérrez
de la Concha
e Irigoyen
1st Marquess of Havana

President of the Council of Ministers
(1809–1895)
19 September
1868
30 September
1868
11 days Moderate Gutiérrez de la Concha

Kingdom of Spain (Glorious Revolution; 1868–1873)

Portrait Name
Office
(Birth–Death)
Term of office Party Election Cabinet Monarch
(Reign)
Took office Left office Time in office
Pascual Madoz, de José Nin y Tudó (1873), Congreso de los Diputados.jpg Pascual Madoz Ibáñez
President of the Revolutionary
Provisional Junta

(1806–1870)
30 September
1868
3 October
1868
3 days Progressive Interim President of
the Provisional
Government/
Executive Power

Coat of Arms of Spain (1868-1870 and 1873-1874).svg
(1868–1869)
Francisco-serrano.jpg Francisco Serrano Domínguez
1st Duke of la Torre

President of the Provisional Government
and of the Council of Ministers[n 7]
President of the Executive Power
(1810–1885)
3 October
1868
18 June
1869
258 days Liberal Union
1869
Serrano I
Serrano II
Prim madrazo.jpeg Joan Prim i Prats
1st Marquess of Los Castillejos

President of the Council of Ministers[n 8]
(1814–1870)
18 June
1869
27 December
1870†
1 year, 192 days Progressive Prim Francisco
Serrano

Coat of Arms of Spain (1868-1870 and 1873-1874).svg
(1869–1871)
Regent of the
Realm
JuanBatistaTopeteYCarballoPorRafaelMonleón.jpg Juan Bautista Topete
Carballo

Interim President of the Council of Ministers
(1821–1885)
27 December
1870
4 January
1871
8 days Liberal Union Interim
Francisco-serrano.jpg Francisco Serrano Domínguez
1st Duke of la Torre

President of the Council of Ministers
(1810–1885)
4 January
1871
24 July
1871
201 days Liberal Union
1871
Serrano III Amadeo I
Coat of Arms of Spain (1871-1873) Pillars of Hercules Variant.svg
(1871–1873)
RuizZorrilla.png Manuel Ruiz Zorrilla
President of the Council of Ministers
(1833–1895)
24 July
1871
5 October
1871
73 days Radical Ruiz Zorrilla I
José Malcampo, 3rd Marquis of San Rafael.jpg José Malcampo y Monge
3rd Marquess of San Rafael

President of the Council of Ministers
(1828–1880)
5 October
1871
21 December
1871
77 days Constitutional
(Progressive)
Malcampo
Praxedes Mateo Sagasta cropped 1871.png Práxedes Mariano
Mateo Sagasta y Escolar

President of the Council of Ministers
(1825–1903)
21 December
1871
26 May
1872
157 days Constitutional
(Progressive)

Apr.1872
Sagasta I
Sagasta II
Francisco-serrano.jpg Francisco Serrano Domínguez
1st Duke of la Torre

President of the Executive Power
of the Spanish Republic
(1810–1885)
26 May
1872
13 June
1872
18 days Constitutional
(Conservative)
Serrano IV
RuizZorrilla.png Manuel Ruiz Zorrilla
President of the Council of Ministers
(1833–1895)
13 June
1872
12 February
1873
244 days Radical
Aug.1872
Ruiz Zorrilla II

Republic of Spain (1873–1874)

Portrait Name
Office
(Birth–Death)
Term of office Party Election Cabinet President
(Term)
Took office Left office Time in office
Estanislao Figueras.png Estanislau Figueras
i Moragas

President of the Executive Power
of the Spanish Republic[n 9]
(1819–1882)
12 February
1873
11 June
1873
119 days Federal
Republican

1873
Figueras I
Figueras II
Figueras III
Figueras IV
President of
the Executive
Power of
the Spanish
Republic

Coat of Arms of Spain (1868-1870 and 1873-1874).svg
(1873–1874)
Pi i Margall 1869 cropped.png Francesc Pi i Margall
President of the Executive Power
of the Spanish Republic
(1824–1901)
11 June
1873
18 July
1873
37 days Federal
Republican
Pi y Margall
Nicolas Salmeron.jpg Nicolás Salmerón y Alonso
President of the Executive Power
of the Spanish Republic
(1838–1908)
18 July
1873
7 September
1873
51 days Federal
Republican
Salmerón
Emilio Castelar, de Alfredo Perea.jpg Emilio Castelar y Ripoll
President of the Executive Power
of the Spanish Republic
(1832–1899)
7 September
1873
3 January
1874
118 days Unitary
Republican
Castelar
Francisco-serrano.jpg Francisco Serrano Domínguez
1st Duke of la Torre

President of the Executive Power
of the Spanish Republic
(1810–1885)
3 January
1874
26 February
1874
54 days Constitutional
(Conservative)
Serrano V
Juan de Zavala y de la Puente.jpg Juan de Zavala de la Puente
1st Marquess of Sierra Bullones

President of the Council of Ministers[n 10]
(1804–1879)
26 February
1874
3 September
1874
189 days Constitutional
(Conservative)
Zavala I
Zavala II
Francisco
Serrano

Coat of Arms of Spain (1874-1931) Pillars of Hercules Variant.svg
(1874)
Praxedes Mateo Sagasta cropped 1871.png Práxedes Mariano
Mateo Sagasta y Escolar

President of the Council of Ministers
(1825–1903)
3 September
1874
31 December
1874
119 days Constitutional
(Progressive)
Sagasta III
Sagasta IV

Kingdom of Spain (Restoration; 1874–1931)

Portrait Name
Office
(Birth–Death)
Term of office Party Election Cabinet Monarch
(Reign)
Took office Left office Time in office
Antonio Cánovas del Castillo 1872 (cropped).png Antonio Cánovas del Castillo
President of the Regency Ministry[n 11]
President of the Council of Ministers
(1828–1897)
31 December
1874
12 September
1875
255 days Conservative Cánovas I Alfonso XII
Coat of Arms of Spain (1874-1931) Pillars of Hercules Variant.svg
(1874–1885)
General Joaquin Jovellar y Soler painting.jpg Joaquín Jovellar Soler
President of the Council of Ministers
(1819–1892)
12 September
1875
2 December
1875
81 days Conservative Jovellar
Antonio Cánovas del Castillo 1872 (cropped).png Antonio Cánovas del Castillo
President of the Council of Ministers
(1828–1897)
2 December
1875
7 March
1879
3 years, 94 days Conservative
1876
Cánovas II
Arsenio-Martinez-Campo- Ministerio del 8 de marzo de 1879, en La Ilustración Española y Americana (cropped).jpg Arsenio Martínez-Campos
Antón

President of the Council of Ministers
(1831–1900)
7 March
1879
9 December
1879
277 days Conservative
1879
Martínez-Campos
Político Cánovas del Castillo.JPG Antonio Cánovas del Castillo
President of the Council of Ministers
(1828–1897)
9 December
1879
8 February
1881
1 year, 61 days Conservative Cánovas III
Práxedes Mateo Sagasta b (cropped).jpg Práxedes Mariano
Mateo Sagasta y Escolar

President of the Council of Ministers
(1825–1903)
8 February
1881
13 October
1883
2 years, 247 days Liberal Fusionist
1881
Sagasta V
José de Posada Herrera.jpg José Posada Herrera
President of the Council of Ministers
(1814–1885)
13 October
1883
18 January
1884
97 days Dynastic Left Posada Herrera
Político Cánovas del Castillo.JPG Antonio Cánovas del Castillo
President of the Council of Ministers
(1828–1897)
18 January
1884
27 November
1885
1 year, 313 days Conservative
1884
Cánovas IV
Práxedes Mateo Sagasta b (cropped).jpg Práxedes Mariano
Mateo Sagasta y Escolar

President of the Council of Ministers
(1825–1903)
27 November
1885
5 July
1890
4 years, 220 days Liberal
1886
Sagasta VI
Sagasta VII
Sagasta VIII
Sagasta IX
Maria Christina
of Austria

Coat of Arms of Spain (1874-1931) Pillars of Hercules Variant.svg
(1886–1902)
Regent for
Alfonso XIII
Político Cánovas del Castillo.JPG Antonio Cánovas del Castillo
President of the Council of Ministers
(1828–1897)
5 July
1890
11 December
1892
2 years, 159 days Conservative
1891
Cánovas V
Cánovas VI
Práxedes Mateo Sagasta (cropped).jpg Práxedes Mariano
Mateo Sagasta y Escolar

President of the Council of Ministers
(1825–1903)
11 December
1892
23 March
1895
2 years, 102 days Liberal
1893
Sagasta X
Sagasta XI
Sagasta XII
Político Cánovas del Castillo.JPG Antonio Cánovas del Castillo
President of the Council of Ministers
(1828–1897)
23 March
1895
8 August
1897†
2 years, 138 days Conservative
1896
Cánovas VII
Marcelo-Azcárraga-Palmero-1898.jpg Marcelo de Azcárraga Palmero
President of the Council of Ministers[n 12]
(1832–1915)
8 August
1897
4 October
1897
57 days Conservative Interim
Azcárraga I
Práxedes Mateo Sagasta (cropped).jpg Práxedes Mariano
Mateo Sagasta y Escolar

President of the Council of Ministers
(1825–1903)
4 October
1897
4 March
1899
1 year, 151 days Liberal
1898
Sagasta XIII
Sagasta XIV
Francisco Silvela 1905 (cropped).jpg Francisco Silvela
de Le Vielleuze

President of the Council of Ministers
(1843–1905)
4 March
1899
23 October
1900
1 year, 233 days Conservative
Union

1899
Silvela I
Silvela II
Marcelo-Azcárraga-Palmero-1898.jpg Marcelo de Azcárraga Palmero
President of the Council of Ministers
(1832–1915)
23 October
1900
6 March
1901
134 days Conservative Azcárraga II
Práxedes Mateo Sagasta (cropped).jpg Práxedes Mariano
Mateo Sagasta y Escolar

President of the Council of Ministers
(1825–1903)
6 March
1901
6 December
1902
1 year, 275 days Liberal
1901
Sagasta XV
Sagasta XVI
Sagasta XVII
Sagasta XVIII
Alfonso XIII
Coat of Arms of Spain (1874-1931) Pillars of Hercules Variant.svg
(1902–1931)
Francisco Silvela 1905 (cropped).jpg Francisco Silvela
de Le Vielleuze

President of the Council of Ministers
(1843–1905)
6 December
1902
20 July
1903
226 days Conservative
1903
Silvela III
Raimundo Fernández Villaverde, de Franzen.jpg Raimundo Fernández-
Villaverde
y García del Rivero

President of the Council of Ministers
(1848–1905)
20 July
1903
5 December
1903
138 days Conservative Villaverde I
Antonio Maura 1917 (cropped).jpg Antonio Maura y Montaner
President of the Council of Ministers
(1853–1925)
5 December
1903
16 December
1904
1 year, 11 days Conservative Maura I
Marcelo-Azcárraga-Palmero-1898.jpg Marcelo de Azcárraga Palmero
President of the Council of Ministers
(1832–1915)
16 December
1904
27 January
1905
42 days Conservative Azcárraga III
Raimundo Fernández Villaverde, de Franzen.jpg Raimundo Fernández-
Villaverde
y García del Rivero

President of the Council of Ministers
(1848–1905)
27 January
1905
23 June
1905
147 days Conservative Villaverde II
Eugenio Montero Ríos 1914 (cropped).jpg Eugenio Montero Ríos
President of the Council of Ministers
(1832–1914)
23 June
1905
1 December
1905
161 days Liberal
1905
Montero Ríos I
Montero Ríos II
Segismundo Moret, de Kaulak (cropped).jpg Segismundo Moret
y Prendergast

President of the Council of Ministers
(1833–1913)
1 December
1905
6 July
1906
217 days Liberal Moret I
José López Domínguez 1897 (cropped).jpg José López Domínguez
President of the Council of Ministers
(1829–1911)
6 July
1906
30 November
1906
147 days Liberal López Dominguez
Segismundo Moret, de Kaulak (cropped).jpg Segismundo Moret
y Prendergast

President of the Council of Ministers
(1833–1913)
30 November
1906
4 December
1906
4 days Liberal Moret II
Antonio Aguilar 1904 (cropped).jpg Antonio Aguilar y Correa
8th Marquess of la Vega de Armijo

President of the Council of Ministers
(1824–1908)
4 December
1906
25 January
1907
52 days Liberal Aguilar y Correa
Antonio Maura 1917 (cropped).jpg Antonio Maura y Montaner
President of the Council of Ministers
(1853–1925)
25 January
1907
21 October
1909
2 years, 269 days Conservative
1907
Maura I (Long)
Segismundo Moret, de Kaulak (cropped).jpg Segismundo Moret
y Prendergast

President of the Council of Ministers
(1833–1913)
21 October
1909
9 February
1910
111 days Liberal Moret III
José Canalejas b (cropped).jpg José Canalejas y Méndez
President of the Council of Ministers
(1854–1912)
9 February
1910
12 November
1912†
2 years, 277 days Liberal
1910
Canalejas I
Canalejas II
Canalejas III
Manuel García Prieto 1900 (cropped).jpg Manuel García Prieto
1st Marquess of Alhucemas

Interim President of the Council of Ministers
(1859–1938)
12 November
1912
14 November
1912
2 days Liberal Interim
Álvaro de Figueroa, Romanones (cropped).jpg Álvaro de Figueroa y Torres Mendieta
1st Count of Romanones

President of the Council of Ministers
(1863–1950)
14 November
1912
27 October
1913
347 days Liberal Romanones I
Romanones II
Eduardo Dato 1911 (cropped).jpg Eduardo Dato Iradier
President of the Council of Ministers
(1856–1921)
27 October
1913
9 December
1915
2 years, 43 days Conservative
1914
Dato I
Álvaro de Figueroa, Romanones (cropped).jpg Álvaro de Figueroa y Torres Mendieta
1st Count of Romanones

President of the Council of Ministers
(1863–1950)
9 December
1915
19 April
1917
1 year, 131 days Liberal
1916
Romanones III
Manuel García Prieto 1900 (cropped).jpg Manuel García Prieto
1st Marquess of Alhucemas

President of the Council of Ministers
(1859–1938)
19 April
1917
11 June
1917
53 days Liberal
Democrats
García Prieto I
Eduardo Dato 1911 (cropped).jpg Eduardo Dato Iradier
President of the Council of Ministers
(1856–1921)
11 June
1917
3 November
1917
145 days Conservative Dato II
Manuel García Prieto 1900 (cropped).jpg Manuel García Prieto
1st Marquess of Alhucemas

President of the Council of Ministers
(1859–1938)
3 November
1917
22 March
1918
139 days Liberal
Democrats
García Prieto II
Antonio Maura 1917 (cropped).jpg Antonio Maura y Montaner
President of the Council of Ministers
(1853–1925)
22 March
1918
9 November
1918
232 days Maurist
1918
Maura III
Manuel García Prieto 1900 (cropped).jpg Manuel García Prieto
1st Marquess of Alhucemas

President of the Council of Ministers
(1859–1938)
9 November
1918
5 December
1918
26 days Liberal
Democrats
García Prieto III
Álvaro de Figueroa, Romanones (cropped).jpg Álvaro de Figueroa y Torres Mendieta
1st Count of Romanones

President of the Council of Ministers
(1863–1950)
5 December
1918
14 April
1919
130 days Liberal Romanones IV
Antonio Maura 1917 (cropped).jpg Antonio Maura y Montaner
President of the Council of Ministers
(1853–1925)
14 April
1919
20 July
1919
97 days Maurist Maura IV
Sánchez Toca.JPG Joaquín Sánchez de Toca
Calvo

President of the Council of Ministers
(1852–1942)
20 July
1919
12 December
1919
145 days Conservative
1919
Sánchez de Toca
Mallendesalazar.jpg Manuel Allendesalazar
y Muñoz de Salazar

President of the Council of Ministers
(1856–1923)
12 December
1919
5 May
1920
145 days Conservative Allendesalazar I
Eduardo Dato 1911 (cropped).jpg Eduardo Dato Iradier
President of the Council of Ministers
(1856–1921)
5 May
1920
8 March
1921†
307 days Conservative
1920
Dato III
Gabino Bugallal.JPG Gabino Bugallal Araújo
2nd Count of Bugallal

Interim President of the Council of Ministers
(1861–1932)
8 March
1921
13 March
1921
5 days Conservative Interim
Mallendesalazar.jpg Manuel Allendesalazar
y Muñoz de Salazar

President of the Council of Ministers
(1856–1923)
13 March
1921
14 August
1921
154 days Conservative Allendesalazar II
Antonio Maura 1917 (cropped).jpg Antonio Maura y Montaner
President of the Council of Ministers
(1853–1925)
14 August
1921
8 March
1922
206 days Maurist Maura V
J.SánchezGuerra.jpg José Sánchez-Guerra
y Martínez

President of the Council of Ministers
(1859–1935)
8 March
1922
7 December
1922
274 days Conservative Sánchez-Guerra
Manuel García Prieto 1900 (cropped).jpg Manuel García Prieto
1st Marquess of Alhucemas

President of the Council of Ministers
(1859–1938)
7 December
1922
15 September
1923
282 days Liberal
Democrats

1923
García Prieto IV
General Primo de Rivera.jpg Miguel Primo de Rivera y Orbaneja
2nd Marquess of Estella

President of the Militar Directory
President of the Council of Ministers
(1870–1930)
15 September
1923
30 January
1930
6 years, 137 days Military Military Directory
Patriotic Union Civil Directory
Dámaso Berenguer, de Christian Franzen.jpg Dámaso Berenguer y Fusté
1st Count of Xauen

President of the Council of Ministers
(1873–1953)
30 January
1930
18 February
1931
1 year, 19 days Military Berenguer
Juan Bautista Aznar.jpg Juan Bautista Aznar-Cabañas
President of the Council of Ministers
(1860–1933)
18 February
1931
14 April
1931
55 days Monarchist Aznar-Cabañas

Spanish Republic (1931–1939)

Portrait Name
Office
(Birth–Death)
Term of office Party Election Cabinet President
(Term)
Took office Left office Time in office
Bundesarchiv Bild 102-12783, Alcala Zamora.jpg Niceto Alcalá-Zamora
y Torres

President of the Provisional Government
(1877–1949)
14 April
1931
14 October
1931
183 days DLR
1931
1st Provisional President
of the
Provisional
Government

Coat of Arms of Spain (1931-1939).svg
(1931)
Manuel Azaña, 1933.jpg Manuel Azaña Díaz
President of the Provisional Government
President of the Council of Ministers
(1880–1940)
14 October
1931
12 September
1933
1 year, 333 days AR 2nd Provisional
(Azaña I)

Azaña II
Azaña III
Niceto
Alcalá-Zamora

Coat of Arms of Spain (1931-1939).svg
(1931–1936)
Alejandro Lerroux García.jpg Alejandro Lerroux García
President of the Council of Ministers
(1864–1949)
12 September
1933
8 October
1933
26 days PRR Lerroux I
Martínez Barrio.JPG Diego Martínez Barrio
President of the Council of Ministers
(1883–1962)
8 October
1933
16 December
1933
69 days PRR Martínez Barrio I
Alejandro Lerroux García.jpg Alejandro Lerroux García
President of the Council of Ministers
(1864–1949)
16 December
1933
28 April
1934
133 days PRR 1933 Lerroux II
Lerroux III
Ricardo Samper.jpg Ricardo Samper Ibáñez
President of the Council of Ministers
(1881–1938)
28 April
1934
4 October
1934
159 days PRR Samper
Alejandro Lerroux García.jpg Alejandro Lerroux García
President of the Council of Ministers
(1864–1949)
4 October
1934
25 September
1935
356 days PRR Lerroux IV
Lerroux V
Lerroux VI
Joaquín Chapaprieta (cropped).jpg Joaquín Chapaprieta
y Torregrosa

President of the Council of Ministers
(1871–1951)
25 September
1935
14 December
1935
80 days Independent Chapaprieta I
Chapaprieta II
Portela1935.jpg Manuel Portela Valladares
President of the Council of Ministers
(1867–1952)
14 December
1935
19 February
1936
67 days Independent Portela I
Portela II
Manuel Azaña, 1933.jpg Manuel Azaña Díaz
President of the Council of Ministers
(1880–1940)
19 February
1936
10 May
1936
81 days IR 1936 Azaña IV
Augusto Barcia Trelles 1936.jpg Augusto Barcía Trelles
Interim President of the Council of Ministers
(1881–1961)
10 May
1936
13 May
1936
3 days IR Interim Manuel Azaña
Coat of Arms of Spain (1931-1939).svg
(1936–1939)
Casares Quiroga.JPG Santiago Casares Quiroga
President of the Council of Ministers
(1884–1950)
13 May
1936
19 July
1936
67 days IR Casares Quiroga
Martínez Barrio.JPG Diego Martínez Barrio
President of the Council of Ministers
(1883–1962)
19 July
1936
19 July
1936
0 days UR Martínez Barrio II
José Giral 1936.jpg José Giral Pereira
President of the Council of Ministers
(1879–1962)
19 July
1936
4 September
1936
47 days IR Giral
Francisco Largo Caballero 1927 (cropped).jpg Francisco Largo Caballero
President of the Council of Ministers
(1869–1946)
4 September
1936
17 May
1937
255 days PSOE Largo Caballero I
Largo Caballero II
Juan Negrín.png Juan Negrín López
President of the Council of Ministers
(1892–1956)
17 May
1937
31 March
1939
1 year, 318 days PSOE Negrín I
Negrín II

Francoist Spain (1936–1975)

Portrait Name
Office
(Birth–Death)
Term of office Party Election Cabinet Head of State
(Rule)
Took office Left office Time in office
Francisco Franco en 1964.jpg Francisco Franco Bahamonde
President of the Government
(1892–1975)
29 September
1936
8 June
1973
36 years, 252 days No party
(Links to military and
National Movement)
Franco I
Franco II
Franco III
Franco IV
Franco V
Franco VI
Franco VII
Franco VIII
Francisco
Franco

Coat of Arms of Spain (1945-1977).svg
(1936–1975)
Luis Carrero Blanco, 1963b (cropped).jpg Luis Carrero Blanco
President of the Government
(1904–1973)
8 June
1973
20 December
1973†
195 days National
Movement
Carrero Blanco
Torcuato Fernández-Miranda in 1975.jpg Torcuato Fernández-Miranda
y Hevia

Interim President of the Government
(1915–1980)
20 December
1973
29 December
1973
9 days National
Movement
Interim
Carlos Arias Navarro 1975b (cropped).jpg Carlos Arias Navarro
President of the Government
(1908–1989)
29 December
1973
22 November
1975
1 year, 328 days National
Movement
Arias Navarro

Kingdom of Spain (1975–present)

Portrait Name
Office
(Birth–Death)
Term of office Party Election Cabinet Monarch
(Reign)
Took office Left office Time in office
Carlos Arias Navarro 1975b (cropped).jpg Carlos Arias Navarro
President of the Government
(1908–1989)
22 November
1975
1 July
1976
222 days National
Movement
Arias Navarro Juan Carlos I
Coat of Arms of Spain.svg
(1975–2014)
Coat of Arms of Spain (1945-1977).svg Fernando de Santiago
y Díaz de Mendivil

Interim President of the Government
(1910–1994)
1 July
1976
3 July
1976
2 days National
Movement
Interim
Adolfo Suárez 1980 (cropped).jpg Adolfo Suárez González
President of the Government[n 13]
(1932–2014)
3 July
1976
25 February
1981
4 years, 237 days National
Movement
Suárez I
UCD 1977
1979
Suárez II
Suárez III
Leopoldo Calvo-Sotelo 1978 (cropped).jpg Leopoldo Ramón Pedro
Calvo-Sotelo y Bustelo

President of the Government[n 14]
(1926–2008)
25 February
1981
1 December
1982
1 year, 279 days UCD Calvo-Sotelo
Felipe González 1991 (cropped).jpg Felipe González Márquez
President of the Government[n 15]
(born 1942)
1 December
1982
4 May
1996
13 years, 155 days PSOE 1982
1986
1989
1993
González I
González II
González III
González IV
José María Aznar 2002c (cropped).jpg José María Aznar López
President of the Government[n 16]
(born 1953)
4 May
1996
17 April
2004
7 years, 348 days PP 1996
2000
Aznar I
Aznar II
José Luis Rodríguez Zapatero 2009b (cropped).jpg José Luis
Rodríguez Zapatero

President of the Government[n 17]
(born 1960)
17 April
2004
21 December
2011
7 years, 249 days PSOE 2004
2008
Zapatero I
Zapatero II
Mariano Rajoy 2017b (cropped).jpg Mariano Rajoy Brey
President of the Government[n 18]
(born 1955)
21 December
2011
Incumbent 6 years, 110 days PP 2011
2015
2016
Rajoy I
Rajoy II
Felipe VI
Coat of Arms of Spain.svg
(2014–present)

Timeline

Mariano Rajoy José Luis Rodríguez Zapatero José María Aznar Felipe González Leopoldo Calvo-Sotelo Adolfo Suárez Fernando de Santiago y Díaz Carlos Arias Navarro Torcuato Fernández-Miranda Luis Carrero Blanco Francisco Franco Juan Negrín Francisco Largo Caballero José Giral Santiago Casares Quiroga Augusto Barcía Trelles Manuel Portela Valladares Joaquín Chapaprieta Ricardo Samper Diego Martínez Barrio Alejandro Lerroux Manuel Azaña Niceto Alcalá-Zamora Juan Bautista Aznar-Cabañas Dámaso Berenguer Miguel Primo de Rivera José Sánchez-Guerra y Martínez Manuel Allendesalazar y Muñoz de Salazar Joaquín Sánchez de Toca Eduardo Dato Álvaro de Figueroa, 1st Count of Romanones Manuel García-Prieto, 1st Marquis of Alhucemas José Canalejas Antonio González de Aguilar, 8th Marquis of la Vega de Armijo José López Domínguez Segismundo Moret Eugenio Montero Ríos Antonio Maura Raimundo Fernández-Villaverde, Marquis of Pozo Rubio Francisco Silvela Marcelo Azcárraga Palmero José Posada Herrera Arsenio Martínez Campos Joaquín Jovellar y Soler Antonio Cánovas del Castillo Juan de Zavala, 1st Marquis of Sierra Bullones Emilio Castelar Nicolás Salmerón y Alonso Francesc Pi i Margall Estanislao Figueras Práxedes Mateo Sagasta José Malcampo, 3rd Marquis of San Rafael Manuel Ruiz Zorrilla Juan Bautista Topete Juan Prim, 1st Marquis of los Castillejos Francisco Serrano, 1st Duke of la Torre Pascual Madoz José Gutiérrez de la Concha, 1st Marquis of Havana Alejandro Mon y Menéndez Lorenzo Arrazola y García Leopoldo O'Donnell, 1st Duke of Tetuan Ángel de Saavedra, 3rd Duke of Rivas Fernando Fernández de Córdova, 2nd Marquis of Mendigorría Luis José Sartorius, 1st Count of San Luis Francisco de Lersundi y Hormaechea Federico de Roncali, 1st Count of Alcoy Juan Bravo Murillo Serafín María de Sotto, 3rd Count of Clonard Florencio García Goyena Joaquín Francisco Pacheco y Gutiérrez-Calderón Carlos Martínez de Irujo, Duke of Sotomayor Manuel de Pando, 6th Marquis of Miraflores Ramón María Narváez, 1st Duke of Valencia Luis González-Bravo y López de Arjona Salustiano de Olózaga y Almandoz Álvaro Gómez Becerra Joaquín María López y López José Ramón Rodil, 1st Marquis of Rodil Joaquín María de Ferrer y Cafranga Vicente Sancho y Cobertores Modesto Cortázar y Leal de Ibarra Valentín Ferraz y Barrau Antonio González, 1st Marquis of Valdeterrazo Evaristo Pérez de Castro y Brito Bernardino Fernández de Velasco, 14th Duke of Frías Narciso Fernández de Heredia, 2nd Count of Heredia-Spínola Eusebio Bardají y Azara Baldomero Espartero, Prince of Vergara José María Calatrava y Peinado Francisco Javier de Istúriz y Montero Juan Álvarez Mendizábal Miguel Ricardo de Álava y Esquivel José María Queipo de Llano, 7th Count of Toreno Francisco de Paula Martínez de la Rosa y Berdejo

Notes

  1. ^ De jure; rejected his nomination. Juan Álvarez Mendizábal served as acting officeholder until 25 September 1835.
  2. ^ Nominally interim; in practice he served as the de facto officeholder.
  3. ^ Isidro Alaix served as acting officeholder until 3 February 1839.
  4. ^ Interim from 31 August 1847.
  5. ^ Saturnino Calderón de la Barca served as acting officeholder from 7 November 1859 to 30 April 1860.
  6. ^ Saturnino Calderón de la Barca served as acting officeholder from 7 November 1859 to 30 April 1860.
  7. ^ Until 22 February 1869.
  8. ^ Juan Bautista Topete served as acting officeholder from 25 August 1869 to 21 September 1869.
  9. ^ Interim on 24 February 1873 and from 7 June 1873.
  10. ^ Práxedes Mateo Sagasta served as acting officeholder from 29 June 1874.
  11. ^ Until 9 January 1875.
  12. ^ Interim until 21 August 1897.
  13. ^ Interim from 2 March 1979 to 30 March 1979; and from 30 January 1981.
  14. ^ Interim from 29 October 1982.
  15. ^ Interim from 23 June 1986 to 24 July 1986; from 30 October 1989 to 5 December 1989; from 7 June 1993 to 9 July 1993; and from 4 March 1996.
  16. ^ Interim from 13 March 2000 to 26 April 2000; and from 15 March 2004.
  17. ^ Interim from 10 March 2008 to 11 April 2008; and from 21 November 2011.
  18. ^ Interim from 21 December 2015 to 31 October 2016.

See also

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