List of 2005 Swiss incumbents

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This is a list of 2005 Swiss incumbents.

See also: 2005 in Switzerland.

Federal offices[edit]

Swiss Federal Council[edit]

Members of the Swiss Federal Council, ordered by seniority

Federal parliament[edit]

See also: List of members of the Swiss National Council
See also: List of members of the Swiss Council of States

Cantonal office-holders[edit]

Data on the cantonal executive council and parliament, as of January 1, 2005. The president is generally elected for one year. As dates and terms vary, they are generally stated. Names and official titles in local languages are given. Sorting is alphabetical, the president and vice-president first.

AG, AI, AR, BL, BS, BE, FR, GE, GL[edit]

Aargau[edit]

Appenzell Innerrhoden[edit]

Appenzell Ausserrhoden[edit]

Basel-Country[edit]

Basel-City[edit]

Bern[edit]

  • Chancellor (Staatsschreiber / Chancelier) and government chief of staff is Kurt Nuspliger.

Fribourg-Freiburg[edit]

Geneva[edit]

Glarus[edit]

GR, JU, LU, NE, NW, OW, SH, SZ[edit]

Graubünden-Grischun-Grigioni[edit]

Jura[edit]

Lucerne[edit]

Neuchâtel[edit]

Nidwalden[edit]

Obwalden[edit]

Schaffhausen[edit]

Schwyz[edit]

SO, SG, TG, TI, UR, VS, VD, ZG, ZH[edit]

Solothurn[edit]

St. Gallen[edit]

Thurgau[edit]

Ticino[edit]

Uri[edit]

Valais-Wallis[edit]

Vaud[edit]

Zug[edit]

Zurich[edit]

  • Parliament: Kantonsrat

Mayors[edit]

These are the mayors of the most populous municipalities of Switzerland on January 1, 2005. The function, election system, and term of the listed office varies, as does municipal organization from one canton to another.