Government of the German-speaking Community

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The seat of the government
The German-speaking Community

The government of the German-speaking Community (German: Regierung der Deutschsprachigen Gemeinschaft; DG-Regierung) is the executive body of the German-speaking Community of Belgium, located in the east of the province of Liège. The members are chosen by the Parliament of the German-speaking Community.

Compositions[edit]

Compositions 2014-2019[edit]

Following the 25 May 2014 election,      ProDG (6 seats), the      PS (4 seats) and      PFF (4 seats) parties formed a coalition.

Government of the German-speaking Community - Paasch
Party Name Function
ProDG Oliver Paasch Minister-President; Minister of Local Government
PFF Isabelle Weykmans Minister of Culture, Media and Tourism
ProDG Harald Mollers Minister of Education
PS Antonios Antoniadis (politician) Minister of Social Affairs

Compositions 2009-2014[edit]

Government of the German-speaking Community - Lambertz III
Party Name Function
PS Karl-Heinz Lambertz Minister-President; Minister of Local Government
ProDG Oliver Paasch Minister of Education, Formation/Training and Employment
PFF Isabelle Weykmans Minister of Culture, Media and Tourism
ProDG Harald Mollers Minister of Family, Public Health and Social Affairs

Compositions 2004-2009[edit]

Government of the German-speaking Community - Lambertz II
Party Name Function
PS Karl-Heinz Lambertz Minister-President; Minister of Local Government
PFF Bernd Gentges Vice-Minister-President; Minister of Formation/Training and Employment, Social Affairs and Tourism
ProDG Oliver Paasch Minister of Education and Scientific Research
PFF Isabelle Weykmans Minister of Culture, Media, Protection of Monuments, Youth and Sports