The Aranda Ministry was a Spanish government headed by Pedro Pablo Abarca de Bolea, Count of Aranda, which briefly led the country from 28 February to 15 November 1792. It was intended as a stop-gap administration between the outgoing Floridablanca Ministry and the rising star and royal favourite Manuel Godoy.

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  • The Aranda Ministry was a Spanish government headed by Pedro Pablo Abarca de Bolea, Count of Aranda, which briefly led the country from 28 February to 15 November 1792. It was intended as a stop-gap administration between the outgoing Floridablanca Ministry and the rising star and royal favourite Manuel Godoy. Aranda was an experienced diplomat who had extensive experience in Paris where the French Revolution had recently broken out. He had his own radical ideas for reform of the Spanish Empire, which would have seen it formed into a looser commonwealth. However, his government ended before he could propose or implement any of these schemes. In November 1792 he handed over power to Manuel Godoy who was seen by the King as being better fitted to leading Spain in such turbulent times than either Floridablanca or Aranda. (en)
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  • The Aranda Ministry was a Spanish government headed by Pedro Pablo Abarca de Bolea, Count of Aranda, which briefly led the country from 28 February to 15 November 1792. It was intended as a stop-gap administration between the outgoing Floridablanca Ministry and the rising star and royal favourite Manuel Godoy. (en)
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