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List of Prime Ministers of Spain

Spanish Prime Ministers are called in Spanish "Presidente del Gobierno". More than once, this has caused embarassing errors among foreign authorities.

List of Spanish Prime ministers
Head of State From Prime Minister
King Alfonso XIII1902Práxedes Mateo Sagasta[?] Escolar
1902Francisco Silvela[?] y le Vielleuze
1903Raimundo Fernández[?] Villaverde
1903Antonio Maura[?] y Montaner
1904Marcelo de Azcárraga[?] y Palmero
1905Raimundo Fernández Villaverde
1905Eugenio Montero[?] Ríos
1905Sigismundo Moret[?] y Prendergast
1906José López[?] Domínguez
1906Sigismundo Moret y Prendergast
1906Antonio Aguilar y Correa, Marqués de la Vega de Armijo[?]
1907Antonio Maura[?] y Montaner
1909Sigismundo Moret y Prendergast
1910José Canalejas[?] y Méndez
1912Manuel García Prieto, marqués de Alhucemas[?]
1912Álvaro Figueroa y Torres Mendieta, conde de Romanones[?]
1913Eduardo Dato[?] y Iradier
1915Álvaro Figueroa y Torres Mendieta, conde de Romanones
1917Manuel García Prieto, marqués de Alhucemas[?]
1917Eduardo Dato[?] y Iradier
1917Manuel García Prieto, marqués de Alhucemas
1918Antonio Maura y Montaner
1918Manuel García Prieto, marqués de Alhucemas
1918Álvaro Figueroa y Torres Mendieta, conde de Romanones
1919Antonio Maura y Montaner
1919Joaquín Sánchez[?] de Toca Calov
1919Manuel Allendesalazar Muñoz de Salazar[?]
1920Eduardo Dato y Iradier
1921Manuel Allendesalazar Muñoz de Salazar
1921Antonio Maura y Montaner
1922José Sánchez Guerra[?] y Martínez
1922Manuel García Prieto, marqués de Alhucemas[?]
1923Miguel Primo de Rivera[?] y Orbaneja, marqués de Estella y de Ajdir
1930Dámaso Berenguer y Fusté, conde de Xauen[?]
1931Juan Bautista Aznar-Cabañas[?]
Niceto Alcalá Zamora[?]1931Niceto Alcalá Zamora[?]
Manuel Azaña[?]1931Manuel Azaña
Niceto Alcalá Zamora1931Manuel Azaña
1933Alejandro Lerroux[?] García
1933Diego Martínez Barrio[?]
1933Alejandro Lerroux García
1934Ricardo Samper[?] Ibañez
1934Alejandro Lerroux García
1935Joaquin Chapaprieto[?]
1935Manuel Portela[?] Valladares
1936Manuel Azaña
Manuel Azaña1936Santiago Casares Quiroga[?]
1936José Giral[?] Pereira
1936Francisco Largo Caballero[?]
1937Juan Negrín[?] López
Francisco Franco1939Francisco Franco
1973Luis Carrero Blanco[?]
1974Carlos Arias Navarro[?]
Juan Carlos I of Spain1975Carlos Arias Navarro
1976Adolfo Suárez[?] González
1981Leopoldo Calvo Sotelo[?] y Bustelo
1982Felipe González[?] Márquez
1996José María Aznar López

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