- Autonomous political
- Autonomy statutes
- Legal regime
- Transfer royal decrees
- Operating rules of the Joint Committees of transfers
- Transfer statistics: Transfers approved (1978-2019) and full of joint commissions of transfers by State legislatures
- Basic data on transfers XIV state legislature (since 03-12-2019)
- Basic data on transfers XIII state legislature (since 21-05-2019)
- Basic data on transfers (XII state legislature (since 19-07-2016)
- Basic data on transfers XI state legislature (since 13-01-2016)
- Basic data on transfers X state legislature (since 14-12-2011)
- Basic data on transfers IX state legislature (since 01-04-2008)
- Basic data on transfers VIII state legislature (since 02-04-2004)
Castile and Leon
The Autonomy statute of Castile and Lion includes the creation of the Commission for Cooperation between the Community of Castile and Leon and the State, as a permanent framework for general cooperation between both parties, in accordance with current legislation, without prejudice to the functions attributed to other bodies of a bilateral or multilateral nature.
It is made up of an equal number of representatives from both parties and performs functions of information, coordination, planning and collaboration, in relation to the exercise of the respective competences; deliberation and proposal on the preparation of State legislative projects that have a singular effect on Castile and Leon; prevention and extraprocedural resolution of conflicts of competence and any others that promote cooperation between the two parties.
The Cooperation Commission was constituted on 10 July 2008.
At the second meeting held on November 24, 2010, the Rules of Organization and Functioning of the Commission for Cooperation between the Community of Castile and Leon and the State, which creates four Permanent Subcommittees, were approved:
- Subcommittee on Regulatory Monitoring, Prevention and Conflict Resolution
- Infrastructure Subcommittee
- Statutory Development Subcommittee
- Subcommittee on European Affairs and External Action