|Minister of Territorial Policy and Civil Service|
|Assumed office |
13 January 2020
|Prime Minister||Pedro Sánchez|
|Preceded by||Luis Planas|
|Regional Minister of Economy, Knowledge and Employment of the Canary Islands|
18 July 2019 – 13 January 2020
|President||Ángel Víctor Torres|
|Preceded by||Pedro Ortega Rodríguez|
Cristina Valido García
|President of the Parliament of the Canary Islands|
23 June 2015 – 25 June 2019
|Preceded by||Antonio Castro|
|Succeeded by||Gustavo Matos|
Carolina Darias San Sebastián
25 November 1965
Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, Spain
|Alma mater||University of La Laguna|
Carolina Darias San Sebastián (Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, 25 November 1965) is a Spanish politician from the Spanish Socialist Workers' Party (PSOE), high official of the autonomous community of the Canary Islands and, since July 2019, regional Minister of Economy, Knowledge and Employment in the government of the Canary Islands. She also served as President of the Parliament of the Canary Islands from June 2015 to June 2019.
A politician from the Spanish Socialist Workers' Party, San Sebastián was a member of the city council of Las Palmas from 1999 to 2004. She served as a government sub-delegate (2004–07) and was elected to the Parliament of the Canary Islands from Las Palmas in 2007. However, she left the position the following year after her appointment as the director of Territory, Town Planning and Housing in the Las Palmas city council.
In October 2014, San Sebastián contested the PSOE primary for the post of President of the Canary Islands but lost to Patricia Hernández Gutiérrez. After the results of 2015 Canarian regional election were announced PSOE agreed to form a coalition with Canarian Coalition and she was chosen Speaker of the Parliament of the Canary Islands even though PSOE had won lesser seats than Canarian Coalition. She is the first woman to hold the position.
On 12 March 2020, it was reported that Darias had been infected by SARS-CoV-2, the virus that caused coronavirus 2020 pandemic. She was the second member of the Spanish government to be infected by the virus, after it was reported that Minister of Equality Irene Montero had tested positive for the virus earlier the same day.