Václav Klaus' First Cabinet

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The first cabinet of Prime Minister Václav Klaus was in power from 2 July 1992 to 4 July 1996. The Czech Republic became an independent sovereign state on 1 January 1993 and thus this government was the very first one after the dissolution of Czechoslovakia.

Government ministers[edit]

Portfolio Image Name Political Party
Prime Minister Vaclav Klaus headshot.jpg Václav Klaus ODS
Deputy Prime Minister Jan Kalvoda ODA
Deputy Prime Minister
Minister of Finance
Ivan Kočárník ODS
Deputy Prime Minister
Minister of Agriculture
Josef Lux KDU-ČSL
Minister of Defence Antonín Baudyš1 KDU-ČSL
Minister for Competition Stanislav Bělohrádek KDU-ČSL
Minister of Environment František Benda ODS
Minister of Transportation Vladimír Budínský2 ODS
Minister of Industry and Trade Vladimír Dlouhý ODA
Minister of Economic Policy and Development Karel Dyba ODS
Minister of Defence Vilém Holáň3 KDU-ČSL
Minister of Culture Jindřich Kabát4 KDU-ČSL
Minister of Health Petr Lom5 ODS
Minister of State Control Igor Němec ODS
Minister of Justice Jiří Novák ODS
Minister of Education Ivan Pilip6 ODS
Minister of Education Petr Piťha7 KDS
Minister of Health Luděk Rubáš8 ODS
Minister of Interior Jan Ruml ODS
Minister for National Assests and Privatization Jiří Skalický ODA
Minister of Health Jan Stráský9 ODS
Minister of Culture Pavel Tigrid10 KDU-ČSL
Minister of Labour and Social Affairs Jindřich Vodička ODS
Minister of Foreign Affairs Josef Zieleniec ODS

Notes[edit]

  • 1 In office from January 1993 to 22 September 1994
  • 2 In office from 10 October 1995 to 4 July 1996
  • 3 In office from 22 September 1994 to 4 July 1996
  • 4 In office from 2 July 1992 to 17 January 1994
  • 5 In office from 2 July 1992 to 22 June 1993
  • 6 In office from 2 May 1994 to 4 July 1996
  • 7 In office from 2 July 1992 to 27 April 1994
  • 8 In office from 23 June 1993 to 10 October 1995
  • 9 In office from 10 October 1995 to 4 July 1996
  • 10 In office from 19 January 1994 to 4 July 1996