List of Ministers of Education of Catalonia

List of Ministers of Education of Catalonia

List of Ministers of Education and Culture (1977-1980)

Name Took Office Left Office Party
1 Pere Pi-Sunyer i Bayo December 5, 1977 May 8, 1980 CDC

List of Ministers of Education of Catalonia (1980-today)

Name Took Office Left Office Party
2 Joan Guitart i Agell May 8, 1980 July 4, 1988 CDC
3 Josep Laporte i Salas July 4, 1988 December 22, 1992 CDC
4 Joan Maria Pujals i Vallvé December 22, 1992 June 7, 1996 CDC
5 Xavier Hernández Moreno June 7, 1996 December 29, 1999 UDC
6 Carme Laura Gil i Miró December 29, 1999 December 17, 2003 CDC
7 Josep Bargalló i Valls December 17, 2003 February 20, 2004 ERC
8 Marta Cid i Pañella February 20, 2004 May 11, 2006 ERC
9 Joan Manuel del Pozo i Álvarez May 11, 2006 November 29, 2006 PSC
10 Ernest Maragall i Mira November 29, 2006 December 29, 2010 PSC
11 Irene Rigau i Oliver December 29, 2010 actualitat CDC

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