On November 20, 2023, Spanish Prime Minister Pedro Sánchez announced the reappointment of Nadia Calvino as Economy Minister in his new left-wing coalition government. This was revealed by an administration source to Reuters. Sanchez, who won a new mandate in parliamentary elections last week, is expected to officially announce the new government later that day. It has also been reported that he is likely to keep his senior ministers in their current roles.
The re-appointment of Nadia Calvino as Economy Minister underlines the continuity of economic policies and strategies within the Spanish government. This move is expected to ensure stability and continuity in economic initiatives and decision-making processes in Spain. It also signals a continued focus on the country’s economic development and growth.
Calvino attended a press conference during the G20 summit in New Delhi, India, on September 10, 2023, where she discussed economic issues at the international gathering. As Spain’s economy minister, Calvino played a key role in shaping the country’s economic policies and initiatives under the previous government led by Sánchez. With her reappointment, it is expected that she will continue to play a leading role in shaping Spain’s economic future.