The Conference of Presidents is the body of highest political level of cooperation between the state and the Autonomous Communities and is at the top of the range of bodies of multilateral cooperation. Consists of the Government president who presides, and by the presidents of the seventeen Autonomous Communities and cities in Ceuta and Melilla.
The creation of the Conference of Presidents has been the most important initiative of recent years, both political and institutional framework, for the development of cooperation, since culminates the system of Sectorial Conferences and incorporates interadministrativas relations in Spain a tool widely developed and has proven its effectiveness in other countries of political structure composed. Was established on 28 October 2004. Given the nature and the political level of the conference, its scope is open and aims to discuss and adopt agreements on matters of particular relevance to the autonomic system. The currentInternal rulesoperation was adopted in the IV meeting held on 14 December 2009, modified in the VI meeting on 17 January 2017.
Since its creation in 2004, the Conference of Presidents has held six meetings, with the following command of day: