Miloš Zeman's Cabinet

The cabinet of Prime Minister Miloš Zeman was in power from 22 July 1998 to 15 July 2002. It was a minority government of Czech Social Democratic Party. The government was supported by Civic Democratic Party as a result of Opposition Agreement.

Miloš Zeman's First Cabinet
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12th cabinet of Czech Republic
22 July 1998 - 15 July 2002
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Date formed22 July 1998
Date dissolved15 July 2002
People and organisations
Head of stateVáclav Havel
Head of governmentMiloš Zeman
No. of ministers15-16
Member partyČSSD
Status in legislatureMinority
74 / 200 (37%)
Opposition partyConfidence and supply:
63 / 200

Opposition:
63 / 200

KSČM
KDU-ČSL

US
History
Election(s)1998 Czech legislative election
Incoming formation1998
Outgoing formation22
PredecessorJosef Tošovský's Cabinet
SuccessorVladimír Špidla's Cabinet

Government ministersEdit

Portfolio Image Name Political Party
Prime Minister   Miloš Zeman ČSSD
Deputy Prime Minister, Minister of Labour and Social Affairs Vladimír Špidla ČSSD
Deputy Prime Ministe, Minister of Industry and Trade Miroslav Grégr ČSSD
Deputy Prime Minister Egon Lánský ČSSD
Deputy Prime Minister, Minister of Finances Pavel Mertlík ČSSD
Deputy Prime Minister Pavel Rychetský ČSSD
Minister of Justice Otakar Motejl

Jaroslav Bureš

non-partisan
Minister for Regional Development Jaromír Císař

Petr Lachnit

ČSSD
Minister of Health Ivan David

Bohumil Fišer

ČSSD
Minister of Culture Jan Fencl ČSSD
Minister of Interior Václav Grulich

Stanislav Gross

ČSSD
Minister of Environment Miloš Kužvart ČSSD
Minister of Transport Antonín Peltrám

Jaromír Schling

ČSSD
Minister of Finances Ivo Svoboda

Jiří Rusnok

ČSSD
Minister of Defense Vladimír Vetchý

Jaroslav Tvrdík

ČSSD
Minister of Education Eduard Zeman ČSSD
Minister of Human Rights Jaroslav Bašta

Karel Březina

ČSSD

ReferencesEdit