Bettel–Schneider Ministry II

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The Second Bettel–Schneider Ministry (or Bettel–Schneider Ministry II) is the current government of Luxembourg. It is led by Prime Minister Xavier Bettel and Co-Deputy Prime Ministers Étienne Schneider and Félix Braz. It was formed on 5 December 2018, after the 2018 election to the Chamber of Deputies. The government is a continuation of the traffic light coalition between the Democratic Party (DP), the Luxembourg Socialist Workers' Party (LSAP), and The Greens from the First Bettel–Schneider Ministry, with minor changes.

Overview[edit]

Name[1] Party Office
Xavier Bettel DP Prime Minister
Minister of Communications and the Media
Minister of State
Minister of Administrative Reform
Etienne Schneider LSAP First Deputy Prime Minister
Minister of the Economy
Minister of Health
Félix Braz DG Second Deputy Prime Minister
Minister of Justice
Jean Asselborn LSAP Minister of Foreign Affairs
Minister of Immigration and Asylum
Daniel Kersch LSAP Minister of Employment
Romain Schneider LSAP Minister of Agriculture
Minister of Social Affairs
François Bausch DG Minister of Mobility, Transport, & Public Works
Minister of Defence
Minister of Domestic Security
Paulette Lenert LSAP Minister of Development Cooperation and Humanitarian Affairs
Minister of Consumer Protection
Sam Tanson DG Minister of Housing
Minister of Culture
Pierre Gramegna DP Minister of Finance
Taina Bofferding LSAP Minister of the Interior
Minister of Equal Opportunities
Claude Meisch DP Minister of Children and Youth
Minister of Higher Education and Research
Minister of National Education
Corinne Cahen DP Minister of the Greater Region
Minister of Family and Integration
Carole Dieschbourg DG Minister of the Environment, Climate, and Sustainable Development
Claude Turmes DG Minister of Energy
Minister of Spatial Planning
Marc Hansen DP Minister of the Civil Service
Minister of Relations with Parliament
Lex Delles DP Minister of Small and Medium Enterprises
Minister of Tourism

References[edit]

  1. ^ Roberts, Duncan (5 December 2018). "SCHNEIDER GETS HEALTH AS GOVERNMENT TAKES OATH". Delano.