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(L-R front row) Spain's Deputy Prime Minister of Economic Affairs Nadia Calvino, Spain's first Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Presidency and Relations with Parliament Carmen Calvo, Spanish Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez, Spain's Deputy Prime Minister for Social Rights and Spain's 2030 Agenda Pablo Iglesias, Spain's Deputy Prime Minister of Ecological Transition and Demographic Challenge Teresa Ribera, (L-R second row) Spain's Minister of Interior Fernando Grande-Marlaska, Spain's Minister of Defence Margarita Robles, Spain's Minister of Foreign Affairs Arancha Gonzalez Laya, Spain's Minister of Justice Juan Carlos Campo, Spain's Minister of Budget Maria Jesus Montero, Spain's Minister of Transport, Mobility and Urban Agenda Jose Luis Abalos, (L-R third row) Spain's Minister of Regional Policy Carolina Darias, Spain's Minister for Industry and Tourism Reyes Maroto, Spain's Minister for Education and Vocational Training Isabel Celaa, Spain's Minister of Labor Yolanda Diaz, Spain's Minister for Agriculture, Fisheries and Food Luis Planas, Spain's Minister for Culture and Sports Jose Manuel Rodriguez Uribes, Spain's Minister of Universities Manuel Castells, (L-R back row) Spain's Minister of Social Security and Migration Jose Luis Escriva, Spain's Minister for Equality Irene Montero, Spain's Minister of Health Salvador Illa, Spain's Minister of Science and Innovation Pedro Duque, Spain's Minister of Consumer Affairs Alberto Garzon pose for a group picture before their first council meeting at Moncloa Palace on January 14, 2020 in Madrid, Spain. The Spanish Socialist party (PSOE) and Unidas Podemos (United We Can) party have formed the first coalition government since the end of the Franco Dictatorship. January 14,2020. (ALTERPHOTOS/Ander Beizama)