Spanish Council of State

  • council of state
    consejo de estado
    coat of arms of the spanish council of state.svg
    palacio de los consejos - 01.jpg
    mottopraevidet providet
    formation1526[1]
    typeconsultative body
    headquarterspalace of the councils, calle mayor, 79, madrid, spain
    president
    www.consejo-estado.es

    the council of state (spanish: consejo de estado), is the supreme consultative council of the spanish government. the current council of state was established in 1980 according to the article 107 of the constitution of 1978. the institution of the council of state, understood as supreme consultative council of the government, has existed intermittently since 1812. during the ancien régime, the council of state advised the king about foreign policy.

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Council of State
Consejo de Estado
Coat of Arms of the Spanish Council of State.svg
Palacio de los Consejos - 01.jpg
MottoPraevidet Providet
Formation1526[1]
Typeconsultative body
HeadquartersPalace of the Councils, Calle Mayor, 79, Madrid, Spain
President
www.consejo-estado.es

The Council of State (Spanish: Consejo de Estado), is the supreme consultative council of the Spanish Government. The current Council of State was established in 1980 according to the article 107 of the Constitution of 1978. The institution of the Council of State, understood as supreme consultative council of the Government, has existed intermittently since 1812. During the Ancien Régime, the Council of State advised the King about foreign policy.