First Schüssel government

The first Schüssel government of Austria was formed after the 1999 Austrian legislative election under Chancellor Wolfgang Schüssel. It was replaced shortly after the 2002 election.

CompositionEdit

Portfolio Minister Took office Left office Party
Federal ChancellorWolfgang Schüssel4 February 200028 February 2003 ÖVP
Vice-Chancellor
Minister for Public Service and Sports
Susanne Riess-Passer4 February 200028 February 2003 FPÖ
Minister for Foreign AffairsBenita Ferrero-Waldner4 February 200028 February 2003 ÖVP
Minister of the InteriorErnst Strasser4 February 200028 February 2003 ÖVP
Minister of JusticeMichael Krüger [de]4 February 20002 March 2000 FPÖ
Dieter Böhmdorfer [de]2 March 200028 February 2003 FPÖ
Minister of FinanceKarl-Heinz Grasser4 February 200028 February 2003 FPÖ
Minister for Economy and LabourMartin Bartenstein4 February 200028 February 2003 ÖVP
Minister for Social Security and GenerationsElisabeth Sickl4 February 200024 October 2000 FPÖ
Herbert Haupt24 October 200028 February 2003 FPÖ
Minister for Agriculture, Forestry, Environment and Water ManagementWilhelm Molterer4 February 200028 February 2003 ÖVP
Minister for DefenceHerbert Scheibner [de]4 February 200028 February 2003 FPÖ
Minister for Transport, Innovation and TechnologyMichael Schmid [de]4 February 200013 November 2000 FPÖ
Monika Forstinger13 November 200018 February 2002 FPÖ
Mathias Reichhold [de]18 February 200228 February 2003 FPÖ
Minister for Education, Science and CultureElisabeth Gehrer4 February 200028 February 2003 ÖVP

Notes and referencesEdit

  • "661. Sitzung des Bundesrates der Republik Österreich" [Protocol of the 661st Session of the National Council] (in German). Austrian Government. Retrieved 18 November 2019.