Andorra 2019

Yearbook 2019

Andorra. The Democrats for Andorra lost in the spring parliamentary elections the majority of the parliament they have had since 2011. But because the party is still the largest, it retains power. After the election, Xavier Espot Zamora was appointed as the country’s prime minister in May.

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Country data

Area: 468 km2 (world ranking: 181)

Population: 77,000

Population density: 165 per km2 (as of 2017, world ranking: 186)

Capital: Andorra la Vella

Official languages: Catalan

Gross domestic product: 3.0 billion euros; Real growth: 1.9%

Gross national product (GNP, per resident and year): n / a

Currency: 1 euro (Euro) = 100 cents


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Head of State: Emmanuel Macron, President of France, Head of State: Joan Enric Vives i Sicília, Bishop of Seu d’Urgell (Spain), Head of Government: Antoni Martí Petit, Exterior: Maria Ubach Font

National holiday: 8.9.

Administrative divisions
7 municipalities (Parròquies)

Form of government
1993 constitution
constitutional principality
Parliament General Council (Consell General) with 28 Members Rank, elections every 4 years.
Voting age 18 years

Population: Andorrans, last census in 2013: 76 098 residents.
46% Andorrans, 26% Spaniards, 14% Portuguese, 5% French and other

Cities (with population): (As of 2017) Andorra la Vella 19,588 inh., Les Escaldes-Engordany 14,767, Encamp 8019, St. Julià de Lòria 7967, La Massana 5605, Ordino 3005, Santa Coloma 2967

Religions: predominantly Catholics (as of 2006)

Languages: Catalan; Spanish, French, Portuguese

Workforce by economic sector
no information

Unemployment (in% of all economically active persons)
no information

Inflation rate (in%): 2017: 2.6%

Foreign trade: Import: 1.3 billion euros (2017); Export: 1.1 billion euros (2017)


Due to its location, Andorra has a relatively cool mountain climate. In January the average temperature is −7 ° C, in summer the thermometer climbs to 26 ° C. In Andorra, there are humid and cool summers and mild winters because of the high valleys surrounded by high rocky mountains.

Population 2019

According to CountryAAH, the population of Andorra in 2019 was 77,031, ranking number 203 in the world. The population growth rate was 0.180% yearly, and the population density was 164.1319 people per km2.

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