First Schröder cabinet

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The first cabinet led by Gerhard Schröder was sworn in on October 27, 1998 after the 1998 elections and laid down its function on October 22, 2002 after the formation of the Schröder Cabinet II, which was formed following the 2002 elections.

Office Incumbent Party
Chancellor Gerhard Schröder SPD
Federal Minister of Foreign Affairs
Joschka Fischer Greens
Federal Minister of the Interior Otto Schily SPD
Federal Minister of Justice Herta Däubler-Gmelin SPD
Federal Minister of Finance Oskar Lafontaine
until March 11, 1999
Werner Müller
acting, March 11, 1999 – April 12, 1999
Hans Eichel
from April 12, 1999
Federal Ministry for Economics and Technology Werner Müller none
Federal Minister Federal Minister of Food, Agriculture and Forestry
on January 12, 2001 transformed into:
Federal Minister of Food, Agriculture and Consumer Protection
Karl-Heinz Funke
until January 12, 2001
Renate Künast
from January 12, 2001
Minister of Labour and Social Affairs Walter Riester SPD
Federal Minister of Defence Rudolf Scharping
until July 19, 2002
Peter Struck
from July 19, 2002
Federal Minister for Family Affairs, Senior Citizens, Women and Youth Christine Bergmann SPD
Federal Minister of Health Andrea Fischer
until January 12, 2001
Ulla Schmidt
from January 12, 2001
Federal Minister of Transport, Building and Urban Affairs Franz Müntefering
until September 29, 1999
Reinhard Klimmt
September 29, 1999 – November 20, 2000
Kurt Bodewig
from November 20, 2000
Federal Minister for the Environment, Nature Conservation, and Nuclear Safety Jürgen Trittin Greens
Federal Minister of Education and Research Edelgard Bulmahn SPD
Federal Minister for Economic Cooperation and Development Heidemarie Wieczorek-Zeul SPD
Federal Minister for Special Tasks,
Head of the Chancellery
Bodo Hombach
until July 7, 1999

Unless noted otherwise, the minister served the entire term of the cabinet.