— Officially: Pricipat d’Andorra.
— Seat of government: Andorra la Vella.
— Status: Democratic.
— Structure: The legislature (Consell General) is elected in the parròquies, modified by party-list proportional representation, and chooses the government.
— Governing parties: Demòcrates per Andorra; Partit Liberal d’Andorra; Ciutadans Compromesos.
— Head of government: Xavier Espot Zamora, DA, cap de govern (since 2019).
— Parliamentary opposition: Partit Socialdemòcrata; Tercera Via – Unió Laurediana.
— Assessment: Nominally a principality of France (through its president) and the Roman Catholic Church (through the Bishop of Urgell), but in practice independent. The PL governed for fifteen years (Marc Forné Molné, 1994-2005, Albert Pintat, 2005-9). The PS then secured half the seats in a 2009 parliamentary election, and Jaume Bartumeu (2009-11) became cap de govern. A 2011 election gave a large majority to the Demòcrates, led by Antoni Martí (2011-9); in 2015, the party was reduced to a small majority. Martí, term-limited, stepped down at the next election; the Demòcrates lost their majority and formed a coalition to govern.
— FH: 1-1, free.
— Updated: 2021 June 19.