Cabinet McAllister

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The Cabinet McAllister was the state government of the German state of Lower Saxony from 1 July 2010 to 19 February 2013.

The Cabinet was headed by Prime Minister David McAllister. It is notable for being the first modern cabinet in Germany headed by a person holding dual citizenship (German and British), although Germany, its states and its various predecessors have previously had many politicians of foreign, including French, Polish, Italian and Slovene, ancestry.

Cabinet members hold the office of Ministers of their respective portfolio, except denoted otherwise.

Office Name Party
Prime Minister David McAllister CDU
Deputy Prime Minister
Economics, Labour and Transport
Jörg Bode FDP
Interior and Sports Uwe Schünemann CDU
Finance Hartmut Möllring CDU
Justice Bernd Busemann CDU
Social Affairs, Women and Families, Health and Integration Aygül Özkan CDU
Science and Culture Johanna Wanka CDU
Education Bernd Althusmann CDU
Food, Agriculture, Consumer Protection and Regional Development Astrid Grotelüschen
until December 17, 2010
Hans-Heinrich Sander
acting, December 17, 2010 - January 19, 2011
Gert Lindemann
from January 19, 2011
Environment and Climate Protection Hans-Heinrich Sander FDP


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