Presentation Of Spain's New Government At The Moncloa Palace

(L-R, front line) Spanish minister for finance Maria Jesus Montero, Spanish minister of justice Dolores Delgado, Deputy Prime Minister and minister of equality Carmen Calvo, Spanish Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez, Spanish minister of foreign affairs Josep Borrell, Spanish minister of defence Margarita Robles, Spanish interior minister Fernando Grande-Marlaska, (L-R, middle line) Spanish minister of agriculture Luis Planas, Spanish minister of labour Magdalena Valerio, Spanish minister for development Jose Luis Abalos, Spanish government's spokeswoman and minister of education Isabel Celaa, Spanish minister of industry Reyes Maroto, Spanish minister of terrirorial administration Meritxell Batet, (L-R, back line) Spanish minister of science, innovation and universities Pedro Duque, Spanish minister for economic affairs Nadia Calvino, Spanish minister of energy and climate change Teresa Ribera, Spanish minister of culture and sports Maxim Huerta, Spanish minister for health, social welfare and consumer affairs Carmen Monton pose for the press after their first cabinet meeting at the Moncloa Palace on June 8, 2018 in Madrid, Spain. Spain's new government cabinet has the highest number of female ministers in the country's history with 11 women and only 6 men. Socialist leader and Spain's new Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez won a no-confidence motion against ousted prime minister Mariano Rajoy.
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