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United Kingdom of Spain
Reino Unido de España
Spain
Timeline: Principia Moderni III (Map Game)
OTL equivalent: Spain, Gibraltar, and Melilla
Flag of Spain (PMIII).png
Motto: 
Excelsior (Latin)
Ever upward
Anthem: 
Rule, Hispania
Capital
(and largest city)
Madrid
Other cities Zaragoza, Barcelona, Valencia
Official languages none at federal level
Regional Languages Spanish, Catalan, Basque, Galician, Asturian, Occitan
Ethnic groups  Spanish, Catalan, Basque
Demonym Spanish
Government Federal parliamentary constitutional monarchy
 -  King Charles II (VI and VII)
 -  Prime Minister Juan Scrawlando IV (Nationalist)
Legislature Parliament of Spain
 -  Upper house Grand Assembly
 -  Lower house National Congress
History
 -  Formation of the Empire of Hispania 1520 
 -  Dissolution of Hispania 1750 
 -  Formation of Spain 1887 
Population
 -  1990 estimate 40,000,000 
Currency Spanish dollar (ESD)
Time zone CMT -2
Date formats YYYY/MM/DD
Drives on the right
New Immortan

Charles II of Spain

The United Kingdom of Spain was established in 1887 after the War of Spanish Reunification. It is bordered by Portugal to the west and France to the north. The Atlantic Ocean surrounds the northern and western coast while the Mediterranean is along the south and east. Its roots can be traced back to Aragon, which was created after the Treaty of Toledo. United Spain was officially declared when Aragonese forces took the Castilian capital of Madrid on 3 June 1887. Spain is a federal parliamentary constitutional monarchy. The current king is Charles II of the House of Trastamara and the current and fourteenth Prime Minister is Juan Scrawlando.

History

Government

Federal government

Executive branch

The executive branch is the branch that contains the Prime Minister, other Ministers and Secretaries, and the royal family. The king is a powerless figurehead. The Prime Minister is the leader of the majority party in both the Grand Assembly and the National Congress. If no party enjoys a majority in both houses, then there are other means of choosing a Prime Minister. The current Prime Minister, Juan Scrawlando, is the leader of the Nationalist Party, like his father and gret-grandfather before him.

List of Prime Ministers of Spain:

  1. Juan Scrawlando (Nationalist)
  2. Marcos Ventura (Nationalist)
  3. Melchor Bautista (Union)
  4. Tiberio Ramos (Union)
  5. Fortunata Cardona (Moderate)
  6. Haroldo Ybarra (Moderate)
  7. Marcos San Nicolas (Moderate)
  8. Jose Sabinas (Nationalist)
  9. Juan Scrawlando III (Nationalist)
  10. Cristián Trujillo (Nationalist)
  11. Aaron Rocha (Union)
  12. Ildefonso Andesa (Moderate)
  13. Lucian Aquino (Nationalist)
  14. Jaime Rey (Union)
    • Regency Council
  15. Duarte Rigas (Independent)
  16. (Nationalist)
  17. (People's Front)
  18. (Moderate)
  19. Juan Scrawlando (Nationalist)

Scrawlando Cabinet:

  • Foreign Secretary of State: Roque Jon Reyes
  • Treasury Secretary: Eduard Fonseca
  • Lord Justiciar: Fabio Ojeda
  • Attorney General: Enrique Vargas
  • Minister of War: Hernando Roldan (died)
  • Minister of War: Felix Costa
  • President of the Congress: Balduino Santana
  • Chancellor of the Assembly: Sancho Urbina

Ventura Cabinet:

  • Foreign Secretary of State: Roque Jon Reyes (resigned)
  • Foreign Secretary of State: Igon Artemio Gomez
  • Treasury Secretary: Koldo Nunez
  • Lord Justiciar: Isidro Salamanca
  • Attorney General: Enrique Vargas (resigned)
  • Attorney General: Balendin Alamilla
  • Minister of War: Carlos Amador
  • President of the Congress: Balduino Santana
  • Chancellor of the Assembly: Sancho Urbina

Bautista Cabinet

  • Foreign Secretary of State: Hugo Ruben Rojas
  • Treasury Secretary: Renato Espinoza
  • Lord Justiciar: Victor Aritza
  • Attorney General: Jordan Bengochia
  • Minister of War: Miguel Exteberria (resigned)
  • Minister of War: Zorio Vega
  • President of the Congress: Luciano Mas
  • Chancellor of the Assembly: Sancho Urbina

Ramos Cabinet:

  • Foreign Secretary of State: Hugo Ruben Rojas
  • Treasury Secretary: Arturo de la Viola
  • Lord Justiciar: Geraldo Jimenez
  • Attorney General: Jordan Bengochia
  • Minister of War: Zorio Vega
  • President of the Congress: Luciano Mas
  • Chancellor of the Assembly: Hector Quintana

Cardona Cabinet:

  • Foreign Secretary of State: Bernat Olguin
  • Treasury Secretary: Nico Jasso
  • Lord Justiciar: Leonardo Climaco
  • Attorney General: Gustavo Viteri
  • Minister of War: Teodor Pavia
  • President of the Congress: Arturo del Ferrer
  • Chancellor of the Assembly: Maximiliano Buenaventura

Ybarra Cabinet:

  • Foreign Secretary of State: Gabriel Acosta
  • Treasury Secretary: Nico Jasso
  • Lord Justiciar: Jeremias Jimenez
  • Attorney General: Poncio Colón
  • Minister of War: Teodor Pavia
  • President of the Congress: Arturo del Ferrer
  • Chancellor of the Assembly: Maximiliano Buenaventura

San Nicolas Cabinet:

  • Foreign Secretary of State: Gabriel Acosta (resigned)
  • Treasury Secretary: Nico Jasso (resigned)
  • Lord Justiciar: Jeremias Jimenez
  • Attorney General: Poncio Colón
  • Minister of War: Teodor Pavia
  • President of the Congress: Alejandro Poscarina
  • Chancellor of the Assembly: Maximiliano Buenaventura

San Nicolas Wartime Coalition Cabinet:

  • Foreign Secretary of State: Juan Scrawlando III
  • Treasury Secretary: Octavio Lopez
  • Lord Justiciar: Jeremias Jimenez
  • Attorney General: Poncio Colón
  • Minister of War: Teodor Pavia
  • President of the Congress: Alejandro Poscarina
  • Chancellor of the Assembly: Maximiliano Buenaventura

Sabinas Cabinet:

  • Foreign Secretary of State: Juan Scrawlando III
  • Treasury Secretary: Francisco Noguerra
  • Lord Justiciar: Jeremias Jimenez
  • Attorney General: Gil Ortiz (died in office)
  • Attorney General: Herman Martell
  • Minister of War: Ernesto Maria Soto
  • Secretary of Popular Welfare: Elisabete Araya
  • Chief of Transportation: Diego Abel
  • Director of Aeronautics and Space: Hernando Vasquez
  • President of the Congress: Cornelio Villa
  • Chancellor of the Assembly: Julen Roja

Scrawlando III Cabinet:

  • Foreign Secretary of State: Francisco Noguerra
  • Treasury Secretary: Arturo Cruz
  • Lord Justiciar: Jeremias Jimenez (resigned)
  • Lord Justiciar: Cristián Trujillo
  • Attorney General: Herman Martel
  • Minister of War: Ernesto Maria Soto
  • Secretary of Popular Welfare: Elisabete Araya
  • Chief of Transportation: Diego Abel
  • Director of Aeronautics and Space: Hernando Vasquez
  • President of the Congress: Cornelio Villa
  • Chancellor of the Assembly: Julen Roja (resigned)
  • Chancellor of the Assembly: Basajaun Perez

Trujillo Cabinet:

  • Foreign Secretary of State: Francisco Noguerra
  • Treasury Secretary: Arturo Cruz
  • Lord Justiciar: Armando Prieto (died in office)
  • Lord Justiciar: Valeria Ramos
  • Attorney General: Herman Martel
  • Minister of War: Ernesto Maria Soto
  • Secretary of Popular Welfare: Elisabete Araya
  • Chief of Transportation: Diego Abel
  • Director of Aeronautics and Space: Hernando Vasquez
  • President of the Congress: Cornelio Villa
  • Chancellor of the Assembly: Basajaun Perez

Rocha Cabinet

  • Foreign Secretary of State: Esteban Gonzalez
  • Treasury Secretary: Mariana Adama
  • Lord Justiciar: Izotz Garcia
  • Attorney General: Herman Martel
  • Minister of War: Cristobal Villanueva
  • Secretary of Popular Welfare: Jaime Rey
  • Chief of Transportation: Bartolomew Acosta
  • Director of Aeronautics and Space: Victor D'Cruz
  • President of the Congress: Arratz Camacho
  • Chancellor of the Assembly: Virgilio Molina

Andesa Cabinet

  • Foreign Secretary of State: Tito Zabala
  • Treasury Secretary: Jenaro Garcia
  • Lord Justiciar: Dimas Salinas
  • Attorney General: Peio Franco
  • Minister of War: Cristobal Villanueva
  • Secretary of Popular Welfare: Conrado Nunez
  • Chief of Transportation: Bartolomew Acosta
  • Director of Aeronautics and Space: Victor D'Cruz
  • President of the Congress: Arratz Camacho
  • Chancellor of the Assembly: Virgilio Molina

Aquino Cabinet

  • Foreign Secretary of State: Horacio Zambrano
  • Treasury Secretary: Erramun Capello
  • Lord Justiciar: Marta Olguin
  • Attorney General: Wazid Ali
  • Minister of War: Arcelia Hernandez
  • Secretary of Popular Welfare: Gregorio Zela
  • Chief of Transportation: Gerard Castell
  • Director of Aeronautics and Space: Victor D'Cruz
  • President of the Congress: Augusto Alador
  • Chancellor of the Assembly: Argider Casales

Rey Cabinet

  • Foreign Secretary of State: Guiomar Santana (resigned)
  • Treasury Secretary: Matias Rios (resigned)
  • Lord Justiciar: Jacinta Marquez (resigned)
  • Attorney General: Wazid Ali
  • Minister of War: Sebastian Aritza
  • Secretary of Popular Welfare: Imelda Loyola (resigned)
  • Chief of Transportation: Wilfredo Gallego (resigned)
  • Director of Aeronautics and Space: Javier Abana
  • President of the Congress: Katalin Abarca (resigned)
  • Chancellor of the Assembly: Francesco Sarta (resigned)

Regency Council

  • His Majesty the King
  • Wazid Ali (Rey Cabinet remainder)
  • Sebastian Aritza (Rey Cabinet remainder)
  • Javier Abana (Rey Cabinet remainder)
  • Alberto Scrawlando (Nationalist)
  • Reyna Mendoza (Moderate)
  • Oliver Castillo (Union)
  • General Vasco Martinez
  • General Antonio Garcia
  • Admiral Roberto Lopez

Rigas Cabinet

Royal family

  • Charles V (I), King of the United Kingdom of Spain
    • Charles, Prince of Catalonia
      • Peter of Catalonia
        • Charles of Catalonia
          • Juan of Catalonia
            • Peter of Catalonia
              • Juan Charles II, King of the United Kingdom of Spain
            • Cristina of Catalonia, Roman Empress
            • Maria of Catalonia
            • Charles of Catalonia, Prince of Leon
              • Charles of Leon
        • Peter of Catalonia, King of Algeria
          • Diana, Queen of Algeria
            • Peter, King of Algeria
              • Diana, Queen of Algeria
    • Juan, Duke of Valencia
      • Ferdinand, Duke of Valencia
        • Juan, Duke of Valencia
        • Tomas of Valencia
          • Bruno, Duke of Valencia
            • Peter, Duke of Valencia
              • Alphonse of Valencia

Parliament of Spain

Spanish Parliament 1900 (PMIII)

Spanish Parliament as of 1900

The current Spanish Parliament has a Nationalist-led coalition majority in the Congress and the Assembly. As such, the current Prime Minister is Juan Scrawlando III, the leader of the Nationalist Party. The People's Front is the core of the Opposition in both houses.

Provinces of Spain

Spain has 12 provinces and 4 administrative regions (Madrid, Gibraltar, Ceuta, and Melilla). Provinces of Spain:

  • Aragon
  • Catalonia
  • Valencia
  • Balearic Islands
  • Castile
  • Leon
  • Asturias
  • Galicia
  • Granada
  • Murcia
  • Navarre
  • Basque Country

Spanish political parties

Spanish politics used to be dominated by three main parties: the Nationalist Party, the Moderate Party, and the Union Party. The reputation of the Union Party was decimated in the Great Crisis, resulting in it having literally no seats in Parliament after the next election. The vacuum created in the Great Crisis was filled by the People's Front, a coalition by many of the minor parties and independent members of Parliament. During the Rigas administration, the People's Front became a legally existing entity and became the third party in Spain. Minor parties that did not merge into the People's Front were slowly phased out, or simply remained unaligned in Parliament. Other minor parties such as small independence movements and republican groups do not have seats, but possess power at the provincial and municipal level.

Culture

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