Petr Pithart's Cabinet

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Petr Pithart's Cabinet
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8th Cabinet of Czech Republic
29 June 1990 - 2 July 1992
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Date formed29 June 1990
Date dissolved2 July 1992
People and organisations
Head of stateVáclav Havel
Head of governmentPetr Pithart
No. of ministers21
Member party
Status in legislatureMajority (coalition)
167 / 200 (84%)
Opposition partyCommunist Party of Czechoslovakia
Opposition leaderJiří Machalík
Jiří Svoboda
History
Election(s)1990 Czech legislative election
Incoming formation1990
Outgoing formation1992
PredecessorCabinet of Josef Korčák, Ladislav Adamec, František Pitra and Petr Pithart
SuccessorVáclav Klaus' First Cabinet

Petr Pithart's Cabinet was in power from 29 June 1990 to 2 July 1992. It was the first Czech government formed after democratic election.[1] It originally consisted of Civic Forum (OF), Christian and Democratic Union (KDU-ČSL), Christian Democratic Party (KDS) and Movement for Autonomous Democracy–Party for Moravia and Silesia (HSD-SMS). Civic Forum was dissolved in 1991 and replaced by Civic Movement (OH) and Civic Democratic Party (ODS).[2]

Givernment ministers

Portfolio Name Political party In Office
Prime Minister Petr Pithart OF, later OH 29 June 1990 – 2 July 1992
Deputy Prime Minister Milan Lukeš OF, later OH 29 June 1990 – 2 July 1992
Deputy Prime Minister František Vlasák OF 29 June 1990 – 31 May 1991
Deputy Prime Minister Antonín Baudyš KDU-ČSL 29 June 1990 – 2 July 1992
Deputy Prime Minister Jan Stráský ODS 1 June 1991 – 2 July 1992
Minister of Finances Karel Špaček OF, later OH 29 June 1990 – 2 July 1992
Minister of Justice Leon Richter Independent, later OH 29 June 1990 – 8 January 1992
Jiří Novák ODS 8 January 1992 – 2 July 1992
Minister of Environment Bedřich Moldan OF later ODS 29 June 1990 – 24 January 1991
Ivan Dejmal KDS 24 January 1991 – 2 July 1992
Ministry of Industry Jan Vrba Independent, later OH 29 June 1990 – 2 July 1992
Ministry of Trade Vlasta Štěpová OF, later OH 29 June 1990 – 2 July 1992
Ministry of Agriculture Bohumil Kubát OF, later ODA 29 June 1990 – 2 July 1992
Ministry of Education Petr Vopěnka KDS 29 June 1990 – 2 July 1992
Ministry of Interior Tomáš Hradílek OF 29 June 1990 – 15 November 1990
Tomáš Sokol OF, later OH 15 November 1990 – 2 July 1992
Minister of Labour and Social Affairs Milan Horálek OF, later OH 29 June 1990 – 2 July 1992
Ministry of Health Martin Bojar 29 June 1990 – 2 July 1992
Ministry of Culture Milan Uhde OF, later ODS 29 June 1990 – 2 July 1992
Ministry of Construction Industry Ludvík Motyčka KDU-ČSL 29 June 1990 – 2 July 1992
Miinistry of State Control Bohumil Tichý HSD-SMS 29 June 1990 – 27 February 1991
Igor Němec ODS 27 February 1991 – 2 July 1992
Ministry of Human Rights, Ministry of National Park Tomáš Ježek OF, later ODA 29 June 1990 – 2 July 1992
Ministry of Human Rights, Ministry of Economy Miroslav Grégr 29 June 1990 – 2 July 1992
Ministry of Human Rights Jaroslav Šabata OF, later OH 29 June 1990 – 2 July 1992

References

  1. ^ televize, Česká. "Vláda Petra Pitharta se teprve učila vládnout, říká autor portrétu z cyklu Expremiéři". ČT24 (in Czech). Retrieved 14 May 2017.
  2. ^ "Naše vlády a která byla nejhorší ? – Na Šeptandě". www.na-septande.cz (in Czech). Retrieved 14 May 2017.
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