|Josef Tošovský's Cabinet|
3rd cabinet of Czech Republic
|2 January - 17 July 1998|
|Date formed||2 January 1998|
|Date dissolved||17 July 1998|
|People and organisations|
|Head of state||Václav Havel|
|Head of government||Josef Tošovský|
|No. of ministers||17-18|
|Member party||ODS, KDU-ČSL, ODA (at the time of formation)|
|Status in legislature||Caretaker|
|Outgoing election||1996 Czech legislative election|
|Predecessor||Václav Klaus' Second Cabinet|
|Successor||Miloš Zeman's Cabinet|
The cabinet of Prime Minister Josef Tošovský was in power from 2 January to 17 July 1998. It was a caretaker government formed after fall of Václav Klaus' Second Cabinet. It led the Czech Republic until snap election in June 1998. Cabinet consisted of independents and members of Civic Democratic Party, Christian and Democratic Union – Czechoslovak People's Party and Civic Democratic Alliance. Members of the cabinet that belonged to Civic Democratic Party later formed Freedom Union.
|Prime Minister||Josef Tošovský||non-partisan|
|Deputy Prime Minister, Minister of Agriculture||Josef Lux||KDU-ČSL|
|Deputy Prime Minister, Minister of Foreign Affairs||Jaroslav Šedivý||non-partisan|
|Minister of Environment||Jiří Skalický||ODA|
|Minister for Regional Development||Jan Černý||ODS/US|
|Minister of Industry and Trade||Karel Kühnl||ODA|
|Minister of Defence||Michal Lobkowicz||ODS/US|
|Minister without portfolio||Vladimír Mlynář||non-partisan|
|Minister of Transport||Petr Moos||non-partisan|
|Minister of Justice||Vlasta Parkanová||ODA|
|Minister of Finances||Ivan Pilip||ODS/US|
|Minister of Health||Zuzana Roithová||non-partisan|
|Minister of Education, Youth and Sport||Jan Sokol||non-partisan|
|Minister of Culture||Martin Stropnický||non-partisan|
|Minister of Interior||Cyril Svoboda||KDU-ČSL|
|Minister of Labour and Social Affairs||Stanislav Volák||ODS/US|
|Minister without portfolio, head of the Government Legislative Council||Miloslav Výborný||KDU-ČSL|
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