Artur Mas

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Artur Mas
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129th[1] President of the Government of Catalonia
In office
24 December 2010 – 11 January 2016
MonarchJuan Carlos I
Felipe VI
Vice PresidentJoana Ortega
Neus Munté
Preceded byJosé Montilla
Succeeded byCarles Puigdemont
First Minister of Catalonia
In office
19 January 2001 – 20 December 2003
PresidentJordi Pujol
Preceded byJosep Tarradellas (1937)
Succeeded byJosep-Lluís Carod-Rovira
Leader of the Opposition of Catalonia
In office
27 May 2004 – 23 December 2010
Preceded byPasqual Maragall (2003)
Succeeded byJoaquim Nadal
Minister of Economy and Finance of Catalonia
In office
30 July 1997 – 17 January 2001
PresidentJordi Pujol
Preceded byMacià Alavedra
Succeeded byFrancesc Homs Ferret
Minister of Town and Country Town and Public Works of Catalonia
In office
15 June 1995 – 30 July 1997
PresidentJordi Pujol
Preceded byJaume Roma
Succeeded byPere Macias
Personal details
Born
Artur Mas i Gavarró

(1956-01-31) 31 January 1956 (age 65)
Barcelona, Catalonia, Spain
NationalitySpanish
Political partyCatalan European Democratic Party
Spouse(s)Helena Rakosnik
Children3
Alma materUniversity of Barcelona (BSS)
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Artur Mas i Gavarró (Catalan pronunciation: [əɾˈtuɾ ˈmas]; born 31 January 1956) is a Spanish politician. He was president of the Government of Catalonia from 2010 to 2015[2] and acting president from September 2015 to 12 January 2016.

References[change | change source]

  1. "Presidents of the Generalitat". catalangovernment.eu. Generalitat de Catalunya. Retrieved 10 July 2020.
  2. Buck, Tobias (2017-06-29). "Catalonia's referendum exposes a divided Spain". Financial Times.