Deputy Prime Minister of Baltia

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Deputy Prime Minister of Baltia
Vize-Ministerpräsident fon Baltia
Sfen Mitterer.jpg
Incumbent
Sfen Mitterer

since 6 June 2018
Appointer President of Baltia
Term length No fixed term
Inaugural holder Anton Schmidt
Formation 24 March 1918
The Deputy Prime Minister of Baltia (Baltish: Vize-Ministerpräsident fon Baltia, literally translated as Vice Minister-President of Baltia) is the official deputy of the head of government of the Republic of Baltia.

The Deputy Prime Minister is a member of the Government, traditionally comes from the second largest party of a coalition government and becomes the acting Prime Minister when the actual Prime Minister is temporarily unable to discharge his or her duties. The 33rd and current Deputy Prime Minister of Baltia is Sfen Mitterer of the Social Democratic Party.

Office[edit | edit source]

In case the Prime Minister for some reason is prevented from performing his or her duties, if Deputy Prime Minister has not been appointed, the Minister in the cabinet who has served the longest time takes over as head of government.

The Deputy Prime Minister will not automatically become Prime Minister for the rest of the term if the Prime Minister dies or becomes unable to fulfill his or her duties in any other way. It is the President who asks the Deputy Prime Minister to fulfill the Prime Minister's duties until the Landtag elects a new Prime Minister.

List of Deputy Prime Ministers (1918-present)[edit | edit source]

N. Name Took office Left office Party Portfolio Cabinet(s)
1 Anton Schmidt 24 March 1918 28 June 1918 BB Foreign Affairs Narutowicz
2 Franz Dorfmann 28 June 1918 4 December 1918 NRP Education Schmidt
3 August Forgrimler 4 December 1918 20 January 1920 BB Foreign Affairs Sauer, Dorfmann
4 Alexis Drangmeister 20 January 1920 21 March 1921 NRP Interior & Justice Forgrimler I
5 Waldemar Jürgens 21 March 1921 20 September 1923 BSDAP Finances Strassmann
6 Johannes Pilz 20 September 1923 8 November 1923 BSDAP Foreign Affairs
7 Denis Semakin 8 November 1923 20 November 1924 RAP Russian Affairs Pilz
Office not in use (20 November 1924 - 6 March 1925)
(3) August Forgrimler 6 March 1925 4 March 1929 BB Foreign Affairs Pasche I
8 Johannes Teller 4 March 1929 15 January 1932 CDU Foreign Affairs Pasche II, Forgrimler II
(3) August Forgrimler 15 January 1932 15 May 1933 BB Foreign Affairs Teller, Reitz
9 Josef Totleben 15 May 1933 4 September 1933 BB Finances Forgrimler III
10 Stefan Rudel 4 September 1933 1 March 1934 BDP Interior & Justice Albrecht
11 Leon Bischof 1 March 1934 13 December 1934 BSDAP Education Totleben
12 Stanislaf Schlichting 13 December 1934 15 May 1935 CDU Interior & Justice
Office not in use (15 May 1935 - 22 October 1935)
(12) Stanislaf Schlichting 22 October 1935 4 February 1936 CDU Interior & Justice Ullmann, Metzger I
Office not in use (4 February 1936 - 5 May 1945)
13 Josef Bergmann 5 May 1945 27 September 1946 BFP Interior & Justice Meisser, Schmidt I
14 Frederick Ullmann 27 September 1946 20 March 1951 BFP Foreign Affairs Schmidt I, Schmidt II
15 Jürgen Kindler 20 March 1951 25 September 1958 BFP Foreign Affairs Schmidt II, Mucke I, Mucke II, Mucke III
Office not in use (25 September 1958 - 17 December 1958)
16 Hermann Feit 17 December 1958 23 June 1960 SP Economic Affairs Kindler I
17 Winfried Hattendorf 23 June 1960 16 December 1966 BB Interior & Justice Kindler I, Kindler II
18 Walter Kracht 16 December 1966 17 December 1974 SP Interior & Justice Fischbein I, Fischbein II
19 Wilhelm Handke 17 December 1974 30 August 1978 SP Education & Culture Fischbein III
Office not in use (30 August 1978 - 21 December 1978)
20 Robert Glasser 21 December 1978 30 September 1980 ZP Finances Spahn I
21 Gerhard Weinstein 30 September 1980 22 January 1991 ZP Foreign Affairs Spahn I, Spahn II, Spahn III
22 Martin Lasch 22 January 1991 22 June 1992 CSU Health & Labour Lutz
Office not in use (22 June 1992 - 7 January 1993)
23 Andreas Taschner 7 January 1993 25 November 1994 BFP Environment Lasch I
Office not in use (25 November 1994 - 17 April 1995)
24 Maike Lauterbach 17 April 1995 25 March 1999 SP Interior Scheller
25 Samuel Kallmann 25 March 1999 28 January 2002 ZP Finances Lasch II
26 Sabine Tauber-Outman 28 January 2002 10 April 2003 BFP Health & Labour Kallmann
27 Moritz Augsberger 10 April 2003 13 September 2004 ZP Economic Affairs Reitter
28 Andreas Annen 13 September 2004 13 April 2005 ZP Economic Affairs
29 Elise Rehn 13 April 2005 5 April 2007 BFP Education Annen I
30 Anton Lulling 5 April 2007 7 June 2007 CSU Education Annen II
31 Jakob Aach 7 June 2007 6 April 2011 CSU Defence
(22) Martin Lasch 6 April 2011 11 May 2012 CSU Defence Annen III
32 Udo Reimann 11 May 2012 26 March 2014 CSU Defence
33 Sfen Mitterer 26 March 2014 14 September 2015 SP Defence Romberg I, Romberg II
34 Eugen Osinsky 14 September 2015 6 June 2018 SP Labour & Social Affairs Romberg II, Ratzlaff
(33) Sfen Mitterer 6 June 2018 Incumbent SP Foreign Affairs Ratzlaff

See also[edit | edit source]

Prime Minister of Baltia
Government of Baltia
Leader of the Opposition