State government of Rhineland-Palatinate

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Prime Minister Malu Dreyer (SPD) and her deputy Volker Wissing (FDP)

The state government of Rhineland-Palatinate is in accordance with Article 98, paragraph 1 of the Constitution of Rhineland-Palatinate from the Prime Minister and the (currently nine) ministers . The state secretaries of the state chancellery and the ministries usually also take part in the meetings of the state government . However, these do not belong to the state government.

Ministries and Government Members

With the formation of the government at the beginning of the 17th electoral term of the state parliament on May 18, 2016, the competencies within the state government were divided between the state chancellery and nine specialist ministries.

The current members of the government in the so-called Dreyer II cabinet are:

Prime Minister Malu Dreyer ( SPD )
Minister of Economy, Transport, Agriculture and Viticulture and Deputy Prime Minister Volker Wissing ( FDP )
Minister of Finance Doris Ahnen (SPD)
Minister of the Interior and Sport Roger Lewentz (SPD)
Minister for Social Affairs, Labor, Health and Demography Sabine Bätzing-Lichtenthäler (SPD)
Minister for Education Stefanie Hubig (SPD)
Minister for Science, Education and Culture Konrad Wolf (SPD)
Minister of Justice Herbert Mertin (FDP)
Minister for the Environment, Energy, Food and Forests Ulrike Höfken ( Greens )
Minister for Family, Women, Youth, Integration and Consumer Protection Anne Spiegel (Green)

Compared to the previous 16th legislative period , the number of ministries has increased from eight to nine.

Prime Minister

Volker Wissing Eveline Lemke Karl Peter Bruch Jürgen Zöllner Hans-Artur Bauckhage Peter Caesar Rainer Brüderle Carl-Ludwig Wagner Otto Meyer (Politiker, 1921) Malu Dreyer Kurt Beck Rudolf Scharping Carl-Ludwig Wagner Bernhard Vogel (Ministerpräsident) Helmut Kohl Peter Altmeier Wilhelm Boden

The Prime Ministers of Rhineland-Palatinate since the state was founded in 1946:

See also

Web links

Individual evidence

  1. ^ Constitution for Rhineland-Palatinate of May 18, 1947. In: Landesrecht online. Ministry of Justice Rhineland-Palatinate , accessed on May 20, 2016 .
  2. The Rhineland-Palatinate Ministries. State Chancellery Rhineland-Palatinate, accessed on May 20, 2016 .