Annen III Cabinet

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Andreas Annen's third cabinet was the 50th cabinet of Baltia, in office from 6 April 2011 to 26 March 2014. It was a coalition cabinet of Centre Party and Christian Social Union.

The cabinet was formed following the 2011 parliamentary election. It left office after the resignation of Andreas Annen, who had decided not to run in the next elections and wished to enable his successor to lead his party into 2015 election. The coalition was sworn in on 6 April 2011.

List of ministers[edit]

Portfolio Minister Took office Left office Party
Prime Minister Andreas Annen 6 April 2011 26 March 2014 ZP
Deputy Prime Minister
Minister of Defence
Martin Lasch 6 April 2011 11 May 2012 CSU
Udo Reimann 11 May 2012 26 March 2014 CSU
Minister of Foreign Affairs Udo Pagels 6 April 2011 26 March 2014 ZP
Minister of Finance Jürgen Lichter 6 April 2011 26 March 2014 ZP
Minister of the Interior Hans-Martin Fahlen 6 April 2011 26 March 2014 CSU
Minister of Justice Christian Mitter 6 April 2011 10 December 2012 ZP
Johannes Peukert 10 December 2012 26 March 2014 ZP
Minister of Education and Research Jakob Aach 6 April 2011 26 March 2014 CSU
Minister of Health, Labour and Social Affairs Johannes Peukert 6 April 2011 10 December 2012 ZP
David Romberg 10 December 2012 26 March 2014 ZP
Minister of Economic Affairs and Infrastructure Johannes Pankau 6 April 2011 26 March 2014 CSU
Minister of Agriculture Helmut-Valter Seetzen 6 April 2011 26 March 2014 CSU
Minister of Environment Käthe Peltzer-Rosenberg 6 April 2011 26 March 2014 ZP
Minister of Culture Reinhold Langkamp 6 April 2011 2 December 2013 ZP
Ursula Tischbein 4 December 2013 26 March 2014 ZP
Minister of Regional Affairs Simon Kiesel 6 April 2011 26 March 2014 CSU

Resignations and Changes[edit]

On 11 May 2012 following the change of party leadership, Christian Social Union, decided to replace the Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Defence Martin Lasch. On the same day Udo Reimann became the new Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Defence.

On 10 December 2012 Minister of Justice, Christian Mitter, resigned due to personal reasons. He was replaced, on the same day, by Johannes Peukert.

On 2 December 2013 Minister of Culture, Reinhold Langkamp, resigned following the scandal caused by his involvement in the appointment of the new management of the cultural newspaper Kult. On 4 December 2013 Ursula Tischbein became Minister of Culture.

See also[edit]

Romberg I Cabinet
Annen II Cabinet
Government of Baltia