Cabinet of Liechtenstein

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The Cabinet of Liechtenstein is the chief executive body of the Principality of Liechtenstein. The current cabinet was sworn in on 27 March 2013. According to the Constitution of Liechtenstein, the cabinet shall consist of the Prime Minister and four other Ministers. The Prime Minister and the other Ministers shall be appointed by the Reigning Prince with the agreement of Parliament and on its proposal. On the proposal of Parliament, one of the Ministers shall be appointed by the Reigning Prince as the Deputy Prime Minister. If an individual Minister should lose the confidence of the Reigning Prince or of Parliament, the decision on the loss of the authority of the Minister to exercise his functions shall be taken by mutual agreement of the Reigning Prince and Parliament. Until a new Minister has been appointed, the official duties of the Minister shall be performed by the Minister's alternate.

Current Ministers[edit]

Portfolio Minister Took office Left office Party
Prime Minister
Minister of Finance
  Adrian Hasler 27 March 2013 Incumbent FBP
Deputy Prime Minister
Minister of Home Affairs, Justice, and Economy
  Thomas Zwiefelhofer 27 March 2013 Incumbent VU
Minister of Infrastructure, Environment, and Sport   Marlies Amann-Marxer 27 March 2013 Incumbent VU
Minister of Social Affairs   Mauro Pedrazzini 27 March 2013 Incumbent FBP
Minister of Foreign Affairs, Education and Culture   Aurelia Frick 25 March 2009 Incumbent FBP

External links[edit]

Government of Liechtenstein