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Government of the Comunidad de Madrid

Original name: 
Gobierno Comunidad de Madrid
Oficina Real de Correos, Puerta del Sol

The Government of the Community of Madrid is the body in charge of directing the regional policy. It is responsible for the executive and administrative functions, as well as the exercise of regulatory authority in matters within its competences. The Governing Council is composed of the President and the Councilors appointed by him/her, from among whom he/she may appoint if considered appropriated, one or several Vice-Presidents. The Councils are the following:

• Council of Presidency, Justice and Government’s Spokespersons;
• Council of Justice, Interior and Victims;
• Council of Finance and Public Function;
• Council of Economy, Employment and Competitiveness;
• Council of Environment, Territorial Planning and Sustainability;
• Council of Social Policies, Families, Equality and Birth;
• Council of Transport, Mobility and Infrastructure;
• Council of Culture and Tourism
• Council of Health
• Council of Education and Research


The main activities of the Government are:

  • To direct the policy of the Community of Madrid
  • Dictate legislative decrees, prior authorization of the Assembly.
  • Provide what is necessary to comply with the laws issued by the Assembly and the execution of its resolutions.
  • Approve by Decree the Regulations for the development and execution of the Laws emanating from the Assembly, as well as those of the State Laws when the execution of the competence corresponds to the Community of Madrid under the Statute of Autonomy, or by delegation or transfer, and exercise in general the regulatory power in all cases in which it is not specifically attributed to the Chairman or the Directors.
  • Approve and execute the Annual Budget for the CM, after its approval by the Assembly
  • Approve the General Regulations of the taxes of the Community of Madrid and elaborate the precise regulatory norms to manage the state taxes.
  • Prepare draft Agreements and Cooperation Agreements with other Autonomous Communities and submit them to the Assembly of Madrid, as well as to the Cortes Generales.
  • Adopt the necessary measures for the execution of the International Treaties and Agreements that affect the matters attributed to the competence of the Community.
  • Designate the representatives of the Community in the corresponding Public Bodies, Financial Institutions or Entities, unless otherwise required by law.
  • Distribute among the corresponding bodies the competences, functions and services that the State transfers to the Community.

Any other powers assigned to it by the Statute of Autonomy and the Laws.