Cabinet Durnwalder III

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The Durnwalder III cabinet was the XII. South Tyrolean provincial government and at the same time the third chaired by Governor Luis Durnwalder . The cabinet was in office from February 4, 1999 to December 17, 2003. It was elected by the South Tyrolean Parliament in its composition after the 1998 elections .


Surname Office Political party Language group Department
Luis Durnwalder Governor SVP German Central Services, State Attorney, State Institute for Statistics, European Affairs, Local Corporations, Fire and Civil Protection, Forestry, Agricultural Experiments and (from April 3, 2001) buildings and information technology
Otto Saurer 1. Deputy governor SVP German Personnel, health and social issues
Michele Di Puppo 2. Deputy governor Popolari - Alto Adige Domani Italian Industry, transportation, finance and household
Hans Berger Provincial Council SVP German Agriculture including agricultural vocational training
Luigi Cigolla Provincial Council Il Centro - Unione Democratica dell'Alto Adige Italian Italian culture and housing
Werner Frick Provincial Council SVP German Trade, craft, tourism
Luisa Gnecchi Provincial Councilor Pace e Diritti / DS Italian Labor, Italian education and vocational training
Bruno Hosp Provincial Council SVP German Preservation of monuments, German and Ladin schools and culture (February 4, 1999 - May 24, 1999)
Preservation of monuments, German and Ladin culture (May 25, 1999 - December 31, 2001)
Preservation of monuments and German culture (January 1, 2002 - December 17, 2003 )
Sabina Kasslatter Mur Provincial Councilor SVP German German and Ladin school and vocational training (February 4, 1999 - December 31, 2001)
German school and vocational training (January 1, 2002 - December 17, 2003)
Alois Kofler Provincial Council (1) SVP German Buildings and Information Technology (until April 3, 2001)
Michl Laimer Provincial Council SVP German Landscape and nature conservation, spatial planning, water management and energy
Florian Mussner Provincial Council (2) SVP ladin Ladin school and culture, as well as public works relating to the "Ladin school and culture" department

(1) On April 3, 2001, the Landtag accepted the resignation of Provincial Councilor Alois Kofler, whereupon the number of Provincial Councilors was reduced from ten to nine.
(2) On December 12, 2001, the Landtag elected the Ladin Florian Mussner, who was not a member of the Landtag, to be the Provincial Councilor.

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