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Soraya Sáenz de Santamaría

Soraya Sáenz de Santamaría
Deputy Prime Minister of Spain
Incumbent
Assumed office
22 December 2011
Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy
Preceded by Elena Salgado
Minister of the Presidency
Incumbent
Assumed office
22 December 2011
Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy
Preceded by Ramón Jáuregui
Spokesperson of the Government
Incumbent
Assumed office
22 December 2011
Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy
Preceded by José Blanco López
Acting Minister of Health
Incumbent
Assumed office
26 November 2014
Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy
Preceded by Ana Mato
Succeeded by To be determined
Acting Minister of Justice
In office
23 September 2014 – 29 September 2014
Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy
Preceded by Alberto Ruiz-Gallardón
Succeeded by Rafael Catalá Polo
Spokesperson of the People's Party in the Congress of Deputies
In office
31 March 2008 – 13 December 2011
Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy
Preceded by Eduardo Zaplana
Succeeded by Alfonso Alonso
Personal details
Born María Soraya Sáenz de Santamaría Antón
(1971-06-10) 10 June 1971
Valladolid, Spain
Political party People's Party
Spouse(s) Iván Rosa (2006–present)
Children Iván
Alma mater University of Valladolid

Soraya Sáenz de Santamaría Antón (born Valladolid, 10 June 1971) is a Spanish People's Party politician and the current Deputy Prime Minister of Spain.[1]

Career

In the VIII legislature of Spain (2004-2008) Sáenz de Santamaría was the executive secretary of the People's Party's domestic policy, and a deputy for Madrid. In the IX legislature she was appointed by Mariano Rajoy as spokesperson for the People's Group in the Congress of Deputies, replacing Eduardo Zaplana. Sáenz de Santamaría became the Deputy Prime Minister of the Government of Spain and spokesperson for the government of Spain on 22 December 2011.[2]

Personal life

Sáenz de Santamaría is married and has a son, who was born on 11 November 2011.[3]

References

  1. ^ (elpais.com)Rajoy inicia la renovación del PP colocando a Sáez de Santamaría como portavoz en el Congreso
  2. ^ Giles, Ciaran (21 December 2011). "Spain's new prime minister sworn in, names Cabinet". Deseret News. AP. Retrieved 5 June 2013. 
  3. ^ Govan, Fiona (25 November 2011). "Spanish MP with key role back to work 11 days after giving birth". The Telegraph (Madrid). Retrieved 5 June 2013. 
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