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List of heads of government of Liechtenstein

 

List of heads of government of Liechtenstein

Prime Minister of the
Principality of Liechtenstein
Incumbent
Adrian Hasler

since 27 March 2013
Appointer Prince of Liechtenstein
Inaugural holder Josef Ospelt
Formation 2 March 1921


This is a list of the Regierungschef (Heads of Government or Prime Ministers) of Liechtenstein.

The current Regierungschef is Adrian Hasler, since 27 March 2013.

Prime Ministers of Liechtenstein (1921–present)

Name
(Birth–Death)
Tenure Political Affiliation
Took Office Left Office
1 Josef Ospelt
(1881–1962)
2 March 1921 4 May 1922 Progressive Citizens' Party
Alfons Feger
(1856–1933)
Acting
4 May 1922 1 June 1922 Independent
Felix Gubelmann
(1880–1929)
Acting
1 June 1922 6 June 1922 Independent
2 Gustav Schädler
(1883–1961)
6 June 1922 28 June 1928 Christian-Social People's Party
Alfred von Liechtenstein
(1875–1930)
Acting
28 June 1928 4 August 1928 Independent
3 Josef Hoop
(1895–1959)
4 August 1928 3 September 1945 Progressive Citizens' Party
4 Alexander Frick
(1910–1991)
3 September 1945 16 July 1962 Progressive Citizens' Party
5 Gerard Batliner
(1928–2008)
16 July 1962 18 March 1970 Progressive Citizens' Party
6 Alfred Hilbe
(1928–2011)
18 March 1970 27 March 1974 Patriotic Union
7 Walter Kieber
(1931–2014)
27 March 1974 26 April 1978 Progressive Citizens' Party
8 Hans Brunhart
(1945–)
26 April 1978 26 May 1993 Patriotic Union
9 Markus Büchel
(1959–2013)
26 May 1993 15 December 1993 Progressive Citizens' Party
10 Mario Frick
(1965–)
15 December 1993 5 April 2001 Patriotic Union
11 Otmar Hasler
(1953–)
5 April 2001 25 March 2009 Progressive Citizens' Party
12 Klaus Tschütscher
(1967–)
25 March 2009 27 March 2013 Patriotic Union
13 Adrian Hasler
(1964–)
27 March 2013 Incumbent Progressive Citizens' Party

See also

External links

  • World Statesmen - Liechtenstein
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