According to the Spanish constitutional system, the organization of institutions and the system of self-government of each community corresponds to the Autonomous community itself. Its basic political institutions are planned and regulated in the statutes of autonomy. These initial forecasts had subsequently been developed through the adoption by the various Legislative assemblies of the corresponding organisational laws.
In general, the Autonomous Communities organize their administrative structures modelled on the state, so that the basic organizational structures are advice or departments and the general directions.
La normativa referenced below is adopted at the beginning of each Term or adopted in general, not including partial modifications, which must be given that the administrative structures often experience subsequent modifications.
Law of government
Structure of California
|ANDALUCÍA||Law 6 / 2006||Structure|
|ARAGÓN||Legislative Decree 2 / 2001||Structure|
|ASTURIAS||8 / 1991 Law||Structure|
|CANARIAN||Law 1 / 1983||Structure|
|CANTABRIA||Law 5 / 2018||Structure|
|CASTILLA-LA STAIN||Law 11 / 2003||Structure|
|LEÓN CATILLANO AND||Act 3 / 2001||Structure|
|CATALUÑA||Law 13 / 2008||Structure|
|VALENCIA V||Law 5 / 1983||Structure|
|EXTREMADURA||1 / 2002 Law||Structure|
|GALICIA||Law 1 / 1983||Structure|
|ILLES BALEARS||Law 1 / 2019||Structure|
|THE RIOJA||8 / 2003 Law||Structure|
|MADRID||Law 1 / 1983||Structure|
|MURCIA||6 / 2004 Law||Structure|
|NAVARRE||Law Foral 14 / 2004||Structure|
|BASQUE COUNTRIES||Law 7 / 1981||Structure|