Hans Brunhart

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Hans Brunhart
Prime Minister of Liechtenstein
In office
26 April 1978 – 26 May 1993
Monarch Franz Joseph II
Hans-Adam II
Preceded by Walter Kieber
Succeeded by Markus Büchel
Personal details
Born 28 March 1945
Balzers, Liechtenstein
Political party Patriotic Union

Hans Brunhart (born 28 March 1945) is a political figure from Liechtenstein.

Prime Minister of Liechtenstein[edit]

Brunhart was the Head of Government, foreign minister and finance minister of the principality of Liechtenstein from April 26, 1978 until May 26, 1993. He was a member of the Patriotic Union, a liberal oriented party. He resigned after that party had disappointing results in elections 1993.

Later activities[edit]

Since 1996, Brunhart has been chairman of the board of directors of Verwaltungs- und Privat Bank AG, Vaduz.

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Preceded by
Walter Kieber
Head of Government of Liechtenstein
1978-1993
Succeeded by
Markus Büchel