:''The term "Government of Catalonia" is also used to refer to the Generalitat de Catalunya.''
The Executive Council of Catalonia ((カタルーニャ語、バレンシア語:Consell Executiu)) or Government of Catalonia () is the executive branch of the autonomous Government, or ''Generalitat'', of Catalonia, one of the autonomous communities of Spain. It is responsible for the political action, reglementation and administration of the government of the autonomous region.〔''Statute of Autonomy of Catalonia'' (2006), Art. 68.〕
The President of the Generalitat is the head of government: he or she may also appoint a First Minister (Catalan: ''Conseller(a) primer(a)'') to serve as their deputy, although since 2006 the office has been replaced by that of the Vice-President of the Generalitat of Catalonia, who must be approved by the Parliament of Catalonia. The various ministers (Catalan: ''consellers'') are also appointed by the President of the Generalitat. Ministers need not be deputies in the parliament, as they have an automatic right to intervene in parliamentary
Serving members of the government may not be arrested for any acts committed in Catalonia, except ''in flagrante delicto'', and may only be judged before the Superior Court of Justice of Catalonia, or the Criminal Chamber of the Supreme Court outside of Catalonia.〔''Statute of Autonomy of Catalonia'' (2006), Art. 70.〕
== Current government (2012 - 2015) ==
(詳細はtenth legislature of the Parliament of Catalonia.
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