Second Schröder cabinet

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The second cabinet led by Gerhard Schröder was sworn in on October 22, 2002 and laid down its function on October 18, 2005. The cabinet was formed after the 2002 elections. It laid down its function after the formation of the first Cabinet of Angela Merkel, which was formed following the 2005 elections.

Office Image Incumbent Party
Chancellor Gerhard Schroeder MUC-20050910-01.jpg Gerhard Schröder SPD
Vice-Chancellor,
Federal Minister of Foreign Affairs
Joschka Fischer.jpg Joschka Fischer Greens
Federal Minister of the Interior Otto Schily MUC-20050910-02.jpg Otto Schily SPD
Federal Minister of Justice Brigitte Zypries mrmcd0x8h.jpg Brigitte Zypries SPD
Federal Minister of Finance Hans Eichel 07.jpg Hans Eichel SPD
Federal Ministry for Economics and Labour Wolfgang Clement.jpg Wolfgang Clement SPD
Federal Minister of Food, Agriculture and Consumer Protection Renate Künast (8).jpg Renate Künast
Greens
Federal Minister of Defence Peter Struck-2010-01.jpg Peter Struck SPD
Federal Minister for Family Affairs, Senior Citizens, Women and Youth 090916 Renate Schmidt.jpg Renate Schmidt SPD
Federal Minister of Health and Social Security SPD Bundesparteitag Leipzig 2013 by Moritz Kosinsky 003.jpg Ulla Schmidt SPD
Federal Minister of Transport, Building and Urban Affairs Manfred Stolpe.JPG Manfred Stolpe SPD
Federal Minister for the Environment, Nature Conservation, and Nuclear Safety 2013-01-20-niedersachsenwahl-002.jpg Jürgen Trittin Greens
Federal Minister of Education and Research Edelgard Bulmahn, May 2009 - by SPD in Niedersachsen.jpg Edelgard Bulmahn SPD
Federal Minister for Economic Cooperation and Development Wieczorek-Zeul (2004).jpg Heidemarie Wieczorek-Zeul SPD

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