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Adrian Hasler (born 11 February 1964) is a politician from Liechtenstein and the current Prime Minister of Liechtenstein.

Adrian Hasler
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Prime Minister of Liechtenstein
Assumed office
27 March 2013
MonarchHans-Adam II
Alois (regent)
DeputyThomas Zwiefelhofer
Preceded byKlaus Tschütscher
Personal details
Born (1964-02-11) 11 February 1964 (age 55)
Vaduz, Liechtenstein
Political partyProgressive Citizens' Party
Spouse(s)Gudrun Hasler
Alma materUniversity of St. Gallen

Hasler is a trained economist and was head of the Liechtenstein National Police Force. Adrian Hasler is married to Gudrun Hasler, and they have two sons, Pascal and Luis.


Earlier careerEdit

Adrian Hasler got his Matura, the general qualification for university entrance, in 1984 at the Liechtenstein secondary school in Vaduz. Subsequently, he started studying business administration with an area of expertise in finance and accounting at the University of St. Gallen, where he graduated in 1991. After that he was head of controlling in the business division Thin Films of Balzers AG. From 1996 until 2004 he was head of Group Finance and deputy-director of the Verwaltungs- und Privat-Bank in Vaduz.

He was elected in 2001 as a Member of Parliament for the Progressive Citizens' Party (FBP). In March 2004, he resigned to become the new chief of the National police of Liechtenstein. On 1 April 2004 he therefore replaced the interim police chief Martin Meyer. Marco Ospelt succeeded him as a Member of Parliament.

In 2012, he was selected as the FBP candidate for Prime Minister for the parliamentary elections in 2013. The party won the election.

Prime Minister of LiechtensteinEdit

Hasler became Prime Minister of Liechtenstein on March 27, 2013. As Prime Minister he is not only head of government of Liechtenstein, but also Minister for General Government Affairs and Finance.

See alsoEdit

External linksEdit

  • Adrian Hasler at the official website of the government of Liechtenstein.
Political offices
Preceded by
Klaus Tschütscher
Prime Minister of Liechtenstein