Annen I Cabinet

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Andreas Annen's first cabinet was the 48th cabinet of Baltia, in office from 12 April 2005 to 5 April 2007. It was a coalition cabinet of Centre Party, Baltish People's Party and Reform Party.

The cabinet was formed following Reitter Cabinet collapsed by a vote of no confidence against Minister of Justice, Hans-Martin Fahlen. The coalition was sworn in on 12 April 2005.

List of ministers[edit]

Portfolio Minister Took office Left office Party
Prime Minister Andreas Annen 12 April 2005 5 April 2007 ZP
Deputy Prime Minister
Minister of Education and Research
Elise Rehn 12 April 2005 5 April 2007 BFP
Minister of Foreign Affairs Udo Pagels 12 April 2005 5 April 2007 ZP
Minister of Finance Ingo Söllner 12 April 2005 5 April 2007 ZP
Minister of the Interior Karl Lachner 12 April 2005 5 April 2007 BFP
Minister of Justice Reinhold Langkamp 12 April 2005 5 April 2007 ZP
Minister of Defence Jakob Johnen 12 April 2005 10 October 2005 Ind.
Jürgen Lichter 10 October 2005 5 April 2007 ZP
Minister of Health, Labour and Social Affairs Jakob Aft 12 April 2005 5 April 2007 BFP
Minister of Economic Affairs and Infrastructure Edmund Sauerland 12 April 2005 5 April 2007 BFP
Minister of Agriculture Esther Turnau 12 April 2005 5 April 2007 RP
Minister of Environment Werner Reimann 12 April 2005 8 October 2006 RP
Reinhold Rahner 8 October 2006 5 April 2007 RP
Minister of Culture Raimund Palitzsch 12 April 2005 5 April 2007 BFP
Minister of Regional Affairs Johannes Ortmann 12 April 2005 5 April 2007 RP
Minister of Population and Minority Rights Paul-Henrik Rutter 12 April 2005 5 April 2007 ZP

Resignations and Changes[edit]

On 10 October 2005 Minister of Defence, Jakob Johnen, resigned voluntarily over the so-called T-Shirt Affair. He was succeeded by Jürgen Lichter.

On 8 October 2006 Minister of Environment, Werner Reimann, resigned after the outbreak of the so-called Land Scandal, in which Reimann was accused of insider trading in the purchase of state lands. On the same day Reinhold Rahner succeeded him and became the new Minister of Environment.

See also[edit]

Annen II Cabinet
Reitter Cabinet
Government of Baltia