Generalitat de Catalunya

institution under which Catalonia self-government is organized, actually as an autonomous community of Spain
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The Generalitat de Catalunya (Catalan pronunciation: [ʒənəɾəliˈtad də kətəˈluɲə]; in Spanish: Generalidad de Cataluña; in Aranese: Generalitat de Catalonha), or Government of Catalonia, is the Catalonia self-government system. It is formed by the Parliament of Catalonia, the Presidency of the Generalitat de Catalunya, and the Executive Council of Catalonia.

Generalitat de Catalunya
Logo of the Generalitat de Catalunya
Government of Catalonia overview
Formed1359 (first inception)
1931 (established by the Second Spanish Republic)
1977 (reestablished from exile)
Dissolved11 September 1714 (Nueva Planta Decrees)
5 February 1939 (Francoist occupation during Spanish Civil War)
Jurisdiction Catalonia
HeadquartersPalau de la Generalitat de Catalunya
Annual budget€34.03 billion (2017)[2]
Government of Catalonia executives

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