Cabinet Seehofer I

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The Bavarian State Government, Cabinet Seehofer I[1] was the state government of the German state of Bavaria from 30 October 2008 to 10 October 2013. The Cabinet was headed by Prime Minister Horst Seehofer and was formed by a coalition of the Christian Social Union and the Free Democratic Party. It was replaced by the Cabinet Seehofer II. Cabinet members hold the office of Ministers of their respective portfolio, except denoted otherwise.

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politics and government of
Office Name Party Secretary of State
Prime Minister Horst Seehofer CSU -
Deputy Prime Minister;
Economics, Infrastructure, Transport and Technology
Martin Zeil FDP Katja Hessel
State Chancellery Siegfried Schneider
until 17 March 2011
Marcel Huber
from 17 March until 4 November 2011
Thomas Kreuzer
from 4 November 2011
Interior Joachim Herrmann CSU Bernd Weiß
until 7 October 2009
Gerhard Eck
from 14 October 2009
Justice and Consumer Protection Beate Merk CSU
Science, Research and Culture Wolfgang Heubisch FDP -
School and Education Ludwig Spaenle CSU Marcel Huber
until 17 March 2011
Thomas Kreuzer
from 17 March until 4 November 2011
Bernd Sibler from 4 November 2011
Finance Georg Fahrenschon
until 4 November 2011
Markus Söder
from 4 November 2011
CSU Franz Pschierer
Environment and Health Markus Söder
until 4 November 2011
Marcel Huber
from 4 November 2011
CSU Melanie Huml
Food, Agriculture and Forestry Helmut Brunner CSU
Labor, Social Affairs, Families and Women Christine Haderthauer CSU Markus Sackmann
Federal and European Affairs Emilia Müller CSU