Jiří Paroubek's cabinet

Jiří Paroubek's cabinet
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15th cabinet of Czech Republic
25 April 2005 - 4 September 2006
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Date formed 25 April 2005
Date dissolved 4 September 2006
People and organisations
Head of state Václav Klaus
Head of government Jiří Paroubek
No. of ministers 18
Member party ČSSD
KDU-ČSL
US-DEU
Status in legislature Majority (coalition)
101 / 200 (51%)
Opposition party ODS
KSČM
Opposition leader Mirek Topolánek
History
Outgoing election 2002 Czech legislative election
Legislature term(s) 2002-2006
Incoming formation 2005
Outgoing formation 2006
Predecessor Stanislav Gross' Cabinet
Successor Mirek Topolánek's First Cabinet

The Government of the Czech Republic from April 25, 2005 to September 4, 2006 was formed by coalition of the Czech Social Democratic Party (ČSSD), the Christian and Democratic Union - Czechoslovak People's Party (KDU-ČSL) and the Freedom Union - Democratic Union (US-DEU). Two members of the cabinet were women.

Portfolio Minister Political party
Prime minister Jiří Paroubek ČSSD
Deputy Prime minister and Minister of Finance Bohuslav Sobotka ČSSD
Deputy Prime minister and Minister of Labour and social affairs Zdeněk Škromach ČSSD
Deputy Prime minister and Minister of Justice Pavel Němec US-DEU
Deputy Prime minister and Minister of Transportation Milan Šimonovský KDU-ČSL
Deputy Prime minister for Economics Jiří Havel ČSSD
Minister of Regional development Radko Martínek ČSSD
Minister of the Environment Libor Ambrozek KDU-ČSL
Minister of Interior František Bublan ČSSD
Minister of Informatics Dana Bérová US-DEU
Minister of Industry and Trade Milan Urban ČSSD
Minister of Health David Rath ČSSD
Minister of Agriculture Jan Mládek ČSSD
Minister of Culture Vítězslav Jandák ČSSD
Minister of Defence Karel Kühnl US-DEU
Minister of Foreign Affairs Cyril Svoboda KDU-ČSL
Minister of Education, Youth and Physical training Petra Buzková ČSSD
Minister without Portfolio (Chairman of the legislative council) Pavel Zářecký ČSSD

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