Junta de Andalucía

Junta of Andalusia
Seal of the Junta of Andalusia
Collective institutions overview
Formed 1981
Jurisdiction Andalusia
Headquarters Palace of San Telmo
Minister responsible José Antonio Griñán, President
Website

Andalusia is divided for administrative purposes into eight provinces. Each province is governed by a Delegation of Government. (In addition there is a special subdelegation in the Campo de Gibraltar, a comarca (county) of the province of Cádiz). Each Delegation is integrated by several councils in charge of the executive government, local administration, and finances. In addition, in each province has five Territorial Delegations:[2]

  • Delegation for Economics, Innovation, Science and Employment;
  • Delegation of Agriculture, Fishery and Environment;
  • Delegation of Health and Social Welfare;
  • Delegation of Education, Culture and Sports;
  • Delegation of Public Works, Housing, Tourism and Commerce.

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External links

  • (Spanish) Junta de Andalucía
  • (Spanish) Andalusian Parliament
  • (Spanish) High Court of Andalusia
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