List of Ministers-President of Saarland
since 1946 have been:
A minister-president is the head of government in a number of European countries or subnational governments, in which a parliamentary or semi-presidential system of government prevails, who presides over the council of ministers...
Saarland is one of the sixteen states of Germany. The capital is Saarbrücken. It has an area of 2570 km² and 1,045,000 inhabitants. In both area and population, it is the smallest state in Germany other than the city-states...
since 1946 have been:
|Minister-presidents of Saarland|
|No.||Name||Born-Died||Party affiliation||Begin of Tenure||End of Tenure|
|| Heinrich Welsch
Heinrich Welsch was a politician but not a member of a political party. He was the Minister-President of the Saarland in 1955 and 1956....
|| Hubert Ney
Hubert Ney was a German politician and Minister-President of Saarland . He was born and died in Saarlouis.- External links :*...
|| Franz-Josef Röder
Franz-Josef Röder was a German politician of the CDU and from 1959 to 1979 Minister-President of the Saarland. He had been a member of the Nazi party from 1933 to 1945.-External links:*...
|| Werner Klumpp
Werner Klumpp is a German politician. He was a German politician of the FDP. After the death of Franz-Josef Röder he was the interim Minister-President of the Saarland ....
Free Democratic Party (Germany)
The Free Democratic Party , abbreviated to FDP, is a centre-right classical liberal political party in Germany. It is led by Philipp Rösler and currently serves as the junior coalition partner to the Union in the German federal government...
|| Oskar Lafontaine
Oskar Lafontaine is a German politician, former German finance minister, former chairman of the Social Democratic Party and former Minister-President of the state of Saarland. Since 2007 he was co-chairman of The Left...
|| Reinhard Klimmt
Reinhard Klimmt is a German politician . From 1998 to 1999, he was Premier of Saarland, and 1999–2000, Federal Minister of Transport, Building and Urban Affairs.- Personal life :...
|| Peter Müller
Peter Müller (German politician)
Peter Aloysius Müller is a German politician belonging to the Christian Democratic Union . From 1999 to 2011, he has held the position of Premier of the state of Saarland, serving as President of the Upper House of Germany's federal parliament, the Bundesrat from 1 November 2008 to 1 November...
|| Annegret Kramp-Karrenbauer
Annegret Kramp-Karrenbauer is a German politician of the CDU. Since 10 August 2011, she is the current Minister-President of the Saarland, succeeding Peter Müller. In 1998, she was a member of the Bundestag, the German federal parliament.- Weblinks :...
- SaarlandSaarlandSaarland is one of the sixteen states of Germany. The capital is Saarbrücken. It has an area of 2570 km² and 1,045,000 inhabitants. In both area and population, it is the smallest state in Germany other than the city-states...
- Politics of SaarlandPolitics of SaarlandThe Politics of Saarland takes place within a framework of a federal parliamentary representative democratic republic, where the Federal Government of Germany exercises sovereign rights with certain powers reserved to the states of Germany including Saarland...
- Landtag of SaarlandLandtag of SaarlandThe Landtag of Saarland is the state diet of the German federal state of Saarland. It convenes in Saarbrücken and currently consists of 51 members of four Parties. Currently governed by the minority coalition of Christian Democratic Union and Free Democratic Party that holds only 24 seats, 2...