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List of Ministers for Transport of Luxembourg

The Minister for Transport (French: Ministre des Transports) was a position in the Luxembourgian cabinet. The Minister for Transport was responsible for maintenance and revision of the road network, operation of public transport, and regulation of aviation and waterways.

On 23 July 2009, the position was merged with those of the Ministry for the Environment and Minister for Public Works to form the new position of Minister for Sustainable Development and Infrastructure, under Claude Wiseler.

List of Ministers for TransportEdit

Minister Party Start date End date Prime Minister
Étienne Schmit PRL 5 November 1937 7 February 1938 Pierre Dupong
René Blum (ad interim) POS 7 February 1938 6 April 1940
Victor Bodson (first time) POS 6 April 1940 14 November 1945
LSAP 14 November 1945 1 March 1947
Robert Schaffner GD 1 March 1947 3 July 1951
Victor Bodson (second time) LSAP 3 July 1951 29 December 1953
29 December 1953 29 March 1958 Joseph Bech
29 March 1958 2 March 1959 Pierre Frieden
Pierre Grégoire CSV 2 March 1959 15 July 1964 Pierre Werner
Albert Bousser LSAP 15 July 1964 6 February 1969
Marcel Mart DP 6 February 1969 15 June 1974
15 June 1974 16 September 1977 Gaston Thorn
Josy Barthel DP 16 September 1977 16 July 1979
16 July 1979 20 July 1984 Pierre Werner
Marcel Schlechter LSAP 20 July 1984 14 July 1989 Jacques Santer
Robert Goebbels LSAP 14 July 1989 13 July 1994
Mady Delvaux-Stehres LSAP 13 July 1994 26 January 1995
26 January 1995 9 August 1999 Jean-Claude Juncker
Henri Grethen DP 9 August 1999 31 July 2004
Lucien Lux LSAP 31 July 2004 23 July 2009
 

ReferencesEdit

  • Thewes, Guy (July 2003). Les gouvernements du Grand-Duché de Luxembourg depuis 1848 (PDF) (in French) (Édition limitée ed.). Luxembourg City: Service Information et Presse. ISBN 2-87999-118-8. Retrieved 2007-01-03.
  • Luxembourg Government website, retrieved 11 August 2009