|Junta de Andalucía|
Front of the Palace of San Telmo (Seville), seat of the Presidency of the Board.
|Kind|| Institution of self - government |
|Headquarters||Palace of San Telmo , Sevilla|
|President||Juan Manuel Moreno ( PP-A )|
|Speaker of Parliament||Marta Bosquet ( Citizens )|
|Superior entity||Andalusian Institute for Agricultural, Fisheries, Food and Ecological Production Research and Training, Andalusian Environment and Water Agency , Ministry of Equality, Health and Social Policies, Ministry of Health and Guadalinfo|
|Employees||275,024 (July 2020) [ 1 ]|
|Annual budget|| 40 188 042 635 € |
The Junta de Andalucía is the institution in which the self - government of the Autonomous Community of Andalusia is organized . It is made up of the Parliament of Andalusia , the presidency of the Junta de Andalucía and the Governing Council .
The institutional image consists of the logo consisting of the legend "Junta de Andalucía" in typeface "Andalusian Alphabet" and the symbol consisting of a simplification of the Andalusian coat of arms .
The symbol represents a classical conception and is generally presented partially and veiled as a background. It is only fully represented and integrated with the logo in applications that is required for protocol reasons. [ 4 ]
The generic symbol is a synthesis of the shield, with attributes of modernity and dynamism. It contains, in a synthetic way, the defining elements of the Andalusian coat of arms:
- "The flag in the shape of a semicircular arch expands, becoming waves that are projected outward."
- "Hercules concentrates on a triangle, an aesthetic figure, which points north like a compass."
According to the corporate identity manual of the Ministry of the Presidency:
«With this symbolism the new Andalusia of progress is represented, in movement and in direct communication with the citizens, being also present in the Public Organizations, Entities and Companies that it manages or in which it participates, as well as in the heritage it maintains, making patent its action of government ».
The Parliament of Andalusia is the Legislative Assembly of the Autonomous Community, which is responsible for the preparation and approval of the Laws and the election and removal of the President of the Junta de Andalucía. It is made up of deputies elected by direct universal suffrage , who represent the Andalusian people. [ 6 ] The Parliament of Andalusia was constituted in 1982 , after the approval of the Statute of Autonomy in 1981 . Its current headquarters are in the old Hospital de las Cinco Llagas in Seville .
The President of the Junta de Andalucía is the supreme representative of the Autonomous Community and the ordinary representative of the State in it; his election takes place by the favorable vote of the absolute majority of the Plenary of the Parliament of Andalusia and his appointment corresponds to the king .
The Governing Council is the highest political and administrative body of the Community, which corresponds to the exercise of regulatory power and the performance of the executive and administrative function of the Junta de Andalucía. It is made up of the president of the Junta de Andalucía, who presides over it, and by the Councilors appointed by him to take charge of the various Departments ( Councils ).
After the autonomous elections of December 2018 , Juan Manuel Moreno Bonilla , PP-A candidate , rises to the presidency thanks to a bipartisan government pact with Ciudadanos and an investiture agreement with Vox , thus becoming the first non- socialist president in the history of the Junta de Andalucía. On January 21, 2019, the president makes public the composition of the new Andalusian government, with six ministries led by the PP-A and the remaining five by Ciudadanos , who also heads the vice-presidency . [ 9 ]
|Composition of the Governing Council of the Junta de Andalucía - XI Legislature|
|Counseling||Adviser||Competences (according to the Decree of the President 2/2019 of 21 January, the Vice President and Restructuring Ministries [ 12 ] )|
|Presidency of the Junta de Andalucía||Juan Manuel Moreno Bonilla||Maximum representation of the Autonomous Community. Election of Directors. Direction and coordination of the Governing Council. Coordination of Public Administrations.|
|Vice Presidency of the Andalusian Government and Tourism, Regeneration, Justice and Local Administration||Juan Antonio Marin Lozano||Relations with Parliament, Local Administration and Democratic Memory. Feedback and transparency. Justice, Gender Violence and Coordination of Migratory Policies. Relations with the central government, provincial councils, associations and municipalities. Planning, promotion and development of tourism.|
|Presidency, Public Administration and Interior||Elías Bendodo Benasayag||Political, technical and legal assistance of the President and the Government, protocol, financial management of the Presidency, communication. Coordination of the Council's action in matters of security and emergency services, elections and consultations, shows and recreational activities, volunteering, drug addiction, animal protection.|
|Development, Infrastructures and Spatial Planning||Marifrán Carazo Villalonga||Public works, infrastructure and organization of transport by road, rail, sea and air, housing.|
|Education and Sports||Francisco Javier Imbroda Ortiz||Infant, primary and secondary education, vocational training. [ 13 ] Promotion of sport.|
|Health and Families||Jesus Aguirre Muñoz||Public health and hygiene, hospitals, consumption and family policies.|
|Finance, Industry and Energy||Juan Bravo Baena||Budgets of the Board, commerce, crafts. Industry, energy, mines, cooperatives, regional and technological incentives.|
|Economy, Knowledge, Business and University||Rogelio Velasco Pérez||Economic and financial policy, programming, monitoring, evaluation, coordination and verification of actions of economic and financial content, economic cooperation and market development. Higher education. Scientific research and technological innovation, help companies for R&D , information society.|
|Employment, Training and Self-Employment||Eguren White Dew||Labor relations, safety and health at work, tutelage of the Andalusian Employment Service, [ 14 ] self-employment policies, UTEDLT network (local and technological development in rural areas).|
|Equality, Social Policies and Conciliation||Rocío Ruiz Domínguez||Equality, gender violence, the elderly, the disabled, social integration, non-contributory benefits and social assistance.|
|Culture and Historical Heritage||Patricia del Pozo Fernandez||Art and culture, historical heritage - bibliographic - sound - image, museums.|
|Agriculture, Livestock, Fisheries and Sustainable Development||Carmen Crespo Diaz||Agriculture, livestock, agri-food, rural development and fishing, aquaculture and agricultural research. Protection of the environment, water, natural spaces, cattle trails, public mountains, hunting grounds, hunting control.|
|Source: Junta de Andalucía|
The Andalusian Ombudsman is an institution whose main mission is the protection and defense in Andalusia of the rights and freedoms established in the first title of the Spanish Constitution . For this, it has the power to inspect the town councils, the provincial councils as well as the Junta de Andalucía. The Andalusian Ombudsman is elected by the Andalusian Parliament to perform his duties for five years, a period that may be renewed. Currently the position is held by Jesús Maeztu Gregorio de Tejada.
Chamber of Accounts
The Chamber of Accounts is the external control body of the economic and budgetary activity of the Junta de Andalucía, local entities and the rest of the Andalusian public sector. It depends organically on the Parliament of Andalusia. Its composition, organization and functions are regulated by Law 1/1988, March 17, of the Andalusian Chamber of Accounts ("BOJA" March 22) .
Superior Court of Justice of Andalusia, Ceuta and Melilla
Its acronym is TSJA and it is based in Granada. This higher court is competent in Andalusia and in the autonomous cities of Ceuta and Melilla . It is competent by virtue of the organic law to hear certain matters of civil, criminal, contentious-administrative and social orders and must protect the rights recognized by the Statute of Autonomy of Andalusia.
Advisory Council of Andalusia
The Andalusian Advisory Council is the highest advisory body of the Governing Council and the Administration of the Junta de Andalucía, including its bodies. Likewise, it is the supreme advisory body for local entities and public law bodies and entities dependent on them, as well as for Andalusian public universities. The Advisory Council will exercise its functions with organic and functional autonomy. [ 15 ]
Audiovisual Council of Andalusia
The Audiovisual Council of Andalusia is the independent audiovisual authority in charge of ensuring respect for the rights, freedoms and constitutional and statutory values in the audiovisual media, both public and private, in Andalusia, as well as compliance with current regulations on the matter audiovisual and advertising. [ 16 ]
From September of 2013 to January of 2019 , the presidency rests with Susana Diaz , following the resignation of which was revalidated president in 2012 thanks to a coalition pact with IULV-CA , Jose Antonio Grin , of the Spanish Socialist Workers' Party of Andalusia (PSOE-A).
In the Andalusian ruled the PSOE-A since the creation of the first Board preautonomic the 27 of maypole of 1978 , when Plácido Fernández Viagas became president at the expense of Jaime García Añoveros of UCD until 18 of January of 2019 .
The presence of the PSOE in the presidency therefore predates the autonomy of Andalusia and spanned ten regional legislatures, 6 different presidents and 40 years. Since January of 2019 , the government rests with the Partido Popular Andaluz by Juanma Moreno .
In 2009 and 2010 , the Andalusian Public Opinion Barometer reflected a significant trend change in voting intention, which for the first time would be favorable to the main opposition party, [ 17 ] the PP-A . According to these polls, the PP would have a 46.8% voting intention at that time compared to 37.7% of the PSOE. [ 18 ] In the end, however, the electoral results were 40.66% and 50 seats for the PP and 39.52% and 47 seats for the PSOE , with the socialist José Antonio Griñán being again invested as Chairman of the Board., after closing a coalition pact with IU .
|List of Presidents of the Junta de Andalucía since 1978|
|Board preautonomic [ 19 ]||1978-1979||Placido Fernandez Viagas||PSOE||Resigned on June 2 , 1979|
|1979-1982||Rafael Escuredo Rodriguez|
|and legislature||1982-1984||Resigned on February 17 , 1984|
|1984-1986||José Rodríguez de la Borbolla|
|iii legislature||1990-1994||Manuel Chaves Gonzalez|
|viii legislature||2008-2009||Resigned on April 7 , 2009|
|2009||Gaspar Carlos Zarrías Arevalo||In functions|
|2009-2012||José Antonio Griñán Martínez|
|ix legislature||2012-2013||Resigned on August 27 , 2013|
|2013-2015||Susana Diaz Pacheco|
|some legislature||2019-||Juan Manuel Moreno Bonilla||PP|
|Source: Junta de Andalucía|
Notes and references
- Ministry of Territorial Policy and Public Function, Secretary of State for Territorial Policy and Public Function, General Secretary of Public Function and General Directorate of Public Function (July 2020). «Central Registry of Personnel. July 2020 » (PDF) . Statistical Bulletin of the personnel at the service of the Public Administrations . Retrieved January 19, 2021 .
- "Law 3/2020, of December 28, on the Budget of the Autonomous Community of Andalusia for the year 2021." . www.juntadeandalucia.es . Retrieved January 19, 2021 .
- Cadena Ser. «This is the new government of Juan Manuel Moreno» . Retrieved January 23, 2019 .
- Junta de Andalucía (ed.). «Index and introduction» . Corporate identity manual . Archived from the original on April 23, 2014 . Retrieved April 21, 2014 .
- Junta de Andalucía - Regional Ministry of the Presidency - Corporate Identity Manual
- "The Parliament of Andalusia represents the Andalusian people", Statute of Autonomy of Andalusia, 2007, Title IV, Chapter I, Article 100. Source: Junta de Andalucía .
- "Governing Council" .
- «Spokesman of the Andalusian Government - XI Legislature» . Andalusian Regional Government-a . Retrieved January 23, 2019 .
- Larazon.es (February 11, 2019). "The Minister of Finance of the Junta de Andalucía resigns due to health problems . "
- BOJA (February 12, 2019). "Decree of the President 8/2019, of February 11, which provides for the appointment of Mr. Juan Bravo Baena as Minister of Finance, Industry and Energy . "
- «Decree of the President 2/2019, of January 21, of the Vice Presidency and on restructuring of Ministries." . www.juntadeandalucia.es . Retrieved January 23, 2019 .
- Diario de Alcalá. "Andalusia takes measures against the high percentage of school failure" . Retrieved December 10, 2019 .
- Miguel Ángel Olimpo. "The Junta de Andalucía allows hiring through Gescontrata . " Retrieved January 23, 2019 .
- Art. 129 of the Statute of Autonomy of Andalusia
- Art. 131 of the Statute of Autonomy of Andalusia
- El País (01/15/2010) The PP exceeds the PSOE in Andalusia in voting intention
- Web page of the report of the barometer of public opinion 2010 in the CSIC
- Pre-autonomous period: Before the adoption of the Statute of Autonomy in October 1981.
- Wikimedia Commons hosts a multimedia category on Junta de Andalucía .
- Junta de Andalucía
- Andalusian Parliament
- Statute of Autonomy of Andalusia from 1981 to 2007 (Organic Law 6/1981 of December 30)
- Official Gazette of the Junta de Andalucía
- Statute of Autonomy of 2007 (Organic Law 2/2007 of March 19)
- Portal of the Citizen of the Junta de Andalucía
- Composition of the Governing Council of the Junta de Andalucía throughout its history