Senate Scholz I

The Senate Scholz I (Senat Scholz I) was the government of the German city-state of Hamburg from 7 March 2011 to 15 April 2015. The Cabinet was headed by Mayor Olaf Scholz and was formed by the Social Democratic Party, who gained an overall majority in the last state-elections. On 7 March 2011 Scholz was elected and sworn in as Mayor by the state assembly. On 23 March 2011 he appointed the Senators and had them confirmed by the assembly.

Cabinet members hold the office of Senators and heads of their respective agency, except denoted otherwise.

The SenateEdit

Office Name Party
President of the Senate;
First Mayor
Olaf Scholz SPD
Second Mayor;
Science and Research
Dorothee Stapelfeldt
SPD
Justice and Equal Rights Jana Schiedek
SPD
Schools and Professional Skills Ties Rabe
SPD
Culture Barbara Kisseler
none
Labor, Social Affairs, Families and Integration Detlef Scheele
SPD
Health and Consumer Protection Cornelia Prüfer-Storcks
SPD
Urban Development and Environment Jutta Blankau
SPD
Economics, Transport and Innovation Frank Horch
none
Interior and Sports Michael Neumann
SPD
Finance Peter Tschentscher
SPD

ReferencesEdit

The senate of Hamburg