Government of Cantabria
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Government of Cantabria
Government of Cantabria
Spanish: Gobierno de Cantabria
Logotipo del Gobierno de Cantabria.svg
Logo of the Government of Cantabria
State Spain
LeaderMiguel Ángel Revilla, President of Cantabria
Appointed byMonarch
Main organCouncil of Government
Responsible toParliament of Cantabria
Annual budgetEUR 3.1 billion, 2021[1]
HeadquartersC/ Peña Herbosa, 29,
Santander.svg Santander
WebsiteOfficial website

The Government of Cantabria is one of the statutory institutions that conform the Autonomous Community of Cantabria. It is the superior collegiate body that directs the politics and the Administration of his Spanish autonomous community, and at the same time the holder of the executive power as well as the regulatory authority over said territory.


Every four years there are the Autonomical Elections, when the electors of Cantabria vote for the political party that they want in government. The members of the elected Parliament of Cantabria must elect the President of Cantabria, and he must elect his counsellors.

Members of the Government

Current Government of Cantabria.

This is the government for the 2019-2023 period. They are members of the Regionalist Party of Cantabria and the Spanish Socialist Workers' Party, governing in coalition.

Charge Name
President of Cantabria Miguel Ángel Revilla (PRC)
Vice President and Minister of Universities, Equality, Culture and Sport Pablo Zuloaga Martínez (PSC-PSOE)
Minister of the Presidency, Interior, Justice and Foreign Action Paula Fernández Viaña (PRC)
Minister of Public Works, Territory Planning and Urban Planning José Luis Gochicoa González (PRC)
Minister of Economy and Finance María Sánchez Ruiz (PSC-PSOE)
Minister of Education and Vocational Training Marina Lombó Gutiérrez (PRC)
Minister of Rural Development, Livestock, Fisheries, Food and Environment Juan Guillermo Blanco Gómez (PRC)
Minister of Industry, Tourism, Innovation, Transport and Commerce Francisco Javier López Marcano (PRC)
Minister of Health Miguel Javier Rodríguez Gómez (PSC-PSOE)
Minister of Employment and Social Policies Ana Belén Álvarez Fernández (PSC-PSOE)

Public Companies

Here is a list with the public companies which depend of the Government of Cantabria:

  • Cantur[2]
  • SICAN[3]
  • Gesvican
  • Puertos de Cantabria
  • PCTCAN[5]
  • SCS (Servicio Cántabro de Salud)[6]
  • MARE (Medio Ambiente, Agua, Residuos y Energía)[7]


  1. ^ "2021 Cantabria regional budget". (in Spanish). Retrieved 2021.
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