|Vice President of Catalonia
Vicepresidència de Catalunya
Seal of the Generalitat of Catalonia
|Department of the Vice President|
|Member of||Executive Council of Catalonia|
|Reports to||President of Catalonia|
|Appointer||President of Catalonia|
|Inaugural holder||Joan Casanovas i Maristany|
|Formation||29 December 1931|
|Website||Department of the Vice-President and Economy and Finance, Catalonia|
This article lists the vice presidents of Catalonia, the second most senior position in the Government of Catalonia. The position, previously known as First Minister (Catalan: Conseller Primer, lit. 'First Councillor'), Chief Advisor (Catalan: Conseller en Cap), Chief Executive Officer (Catalan: Conseller Delegat) and Head of the Executive Board (Catalan: Cap del Consell Executiu), is optional and is appointed by the president of Catalonia.
|Name||Portrait||Party||Took office||Left office||President||Ministerial
|Joan Casanovas i Maristany||Republican Left of Catalonia||29 December 1931||3 October 1932||Francesc Macià||Vice President|
|Juan Lluhí||Republican Left of Catalonia||19 December 1932||24 January 1933||Head of the Executive Board|
|Carles Pi i Sunyer||Republican Left of Catalonia||24 January 1933||4 October 1933||Chief Executive Officer|
|Miquel Santaló i Parvorell||Republican Left of Catalonia||4 October 1933||3 January 1934||First Minister|
|Joan Casanovas i Maristany||Republican Left of Catalonia||31 July 1936||26 September 1936||Lluís Companys|
|Josep Tarradellas||Republican Left of Catalonia||26 December 1936||5 May 1937|
|Artur Mas||Democratic Convergence of Catalonia||17 January 2001||20 December 2003||Jordi Pujol||Chief Advisor|
|Josep-Lluís Carod-Rovira||Republican Left of Catalonia||20 December 2003||20 February 2004||Pasqual Maragall|
|Josep Bargalló||Republican Left of Catalonia||20 February 2004||17 March 2005|
|17 March 2005||11 May 2006||First Minister|
|Josep-Lluís Carod-Rovira||Republican Left of Catalonia||29 November 2006||29 December 2010||José Montilla||Vice President|
|Joana Ortega||Democratic Union of Catalonia||29 December 2010||22 June 2015||Artur Mas|
|Neus Munté||Democratic Convergence of Catalonia||22 June 2015||14 January 2016|
|Oriol Junqueras||Republican Left of Catalonia||14 January 2016||27 October 2017||Carles Puigdemont|||
|Pere Aragonès||Republican Left of Catalonia||2 June 2018||Incumbent||Quim Torra|||
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