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Antoni Martí

Antoni Martí
6th Prime Minister of Andorra
Incumbent
Assumed office
12 May 2011
Monarch Episcopal Co-prince:
Joan Enric Vives Sicília
French Co-prince:
François Hollande
Representative Episcopal:
Nemesi Marqués Oste
Josep Maria Mauri
French:
Christian Frémont
Sylvie Hubac
Preceded by Pere López Agràs (acting)
Personal details
Political party Democrats for Andorra

Antoni Martí Petit[1] is an Andorran architect and politician[2] who has been the country's head of government since 11 May 2011, following a parliamentary election in 2011. He is a member of the Democrats for Andorra.

In the election, held on 3 April 2011, the Democrats for Andorra defeated the incumbent Social Democrats with an absolute majority making Martí Head of Government. Martí fought on an anti-income tax platform.[2] On April, 24, 2014, the Andorran "Consell", with the absolute majority of DA, approved the establishment of an income tax starting in 2015.

References

  1. ^ "El Cap de Govern" (in Catalan). Official website of the Andorran government. Archived from the original on 1 July 2011. Retrieved 11 June 2011. 
  2. ^ a b Andorra: Tax, foreign investment in the heart of early parliamentary Pisqa, 3 April 2011

External links

  • govern.ad Andorra Government website
Political offices
Preceded by
Pere López Agràs
Acting
Head of Government of Andorra
2011–present
Incumbent
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