Romberg I Cabinet
This cabinet was formed following the resignation of Prime Minister Andreas Annen, in power since April 2005. On 23 February 2014, Annen announced his intention to resign. The ZP announced at first the intention to appoint former Prime Minister and European Commissioner Samuel Kallmann as new Prime Minister, but Kallmann did not want to resign as European Commissioner for Transport. The party council then choose the Minister of Labour and Social Affairs David Romberg. Romberg decides to build a new parliamentary majority with Social Democratic Party and some members of NEO - The new Party. The coalition was sworn in on 26 March 2014.
List of ministers[edit | edit source]
Resignations and Changes[edit | edit source]
On 3 November 2014 Minister of Finance, Jürgen Lichter, resigned due of public pressure after scandalous Facebook post in which he insulted the Minister of Education and Research Eugen Osinsky. On the same day Marianne Laufer became the new Minister of Finance.