Kallmann Cabinet

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Samuel Kallmann's cabinet was the 46th cabinet of Baltia, in office from 28 January 2002 to 10 April 2003. It was a coalition cabinet of Centre Party and Baltish People's Party.

The cabinet was formed following the resignation of Prime Minister Martin Lasch by lack of parliamentary support. The coalition was sworn in on 28 January 2002.

List of ministers[edit | edit source]

Portfolio Minister Took office Left office Party
Prime Minister Samuel Kallmann 28 January 2002 10 April 2003 ZP
Deputy Prime Minister
Minister of Health, Labour and Social Affairs
Sabine Tauber-Outman 28 January 2002 10 April 2003 BFP
Minister of Foreign Affairs Christine Olberg 28 January 2002 10 April 2003 ZP
Minister of Finance Henrik Oswalt 28 January 2002 10 April 2003 BFP
Minister of the Interior Johannes Seppelt 28 January 2002 3 February 2003 BFP
Thomas Fahr 10 February 2003 10 April 2003 BFP
Minister of Justice Martin Rasche 28 January 2002 10 April 2003 ZP
Minister of Education and Research Elise Raab 28 January 2002 10 April 2003 BFP
Minister of Defence Sfen Mitterer 28 January 2002 10 April 2003 BFP
Minister of Economic Affairs, Transport and Communications Bettina Totleben 28 January 2002 10 April 2003 ZP
Minister of Agriculture Johannes Martin 28 January 2002 10 April 2003 BFP
Minister of Environment Henrik Kraushaar 28 January 2002 10 April 2003 ZP
Minister of Culture Susanne Kittel 28 January 2002 2 September 2002 ZP
Markus Albrecht 5 September 2002 10 April 2003 ZP
Minister of Regional Affairs Tobias Aschenbrenner 28 January 2002 10 April 2003 ZP
Minister of Population and Minority Rights Igor Eldarov 28 January 2002 10 April 2003 BFP

Resignations and Changes[edit | edit source]

On 2 September 2002 Minister of Culture, Susanne Kittel, resigned following a financial scandal at the state cultural foundation Baltisch Kulturstiftung. On 5 September 2002 she was replaced by Markus Albrecht.

On 3 February 2003 Minister of the Interior, Johannes Seppelt, resigned due to personal reasons although he retained his seat in the Landtag until 2011. On 10 February 2003 he was replaced by Thomas Fahr.

See also[edit | edit source]

Reitter Cabinet
Lasch II Cabinet
Government of Baltia