List of heads of government of Liechtenstein

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Prime Minister of the
Principality of Liechtenstein
Regierungschef
Daniel' Rish (09-11-2021).jpg
Incumbent
Daniel Risch

since 25 March 2021
Government of Liechtenstein
Style Mr Prime Minister (informal)
His Excellency (diplomatic)
Type Head of government
Member of
Appointer Prince of Liechtenstein
Term length Four years, renewable
Constituting instrument Constitution of Liechtenstein
Formation2 March 1921;101 years ago (1921-03-02)
First holder Josef Ospelt
Deputy Deputy Prime Minister
Salary254,000 Fr. annually [1]
Website Official website

This is a list of heads of government of Liechtenstein.

Contents

The current Regierungschef (lit.'head of government') is Daniel Risch, since 25 March 2021.

Head of government

Provincial administrator (1861–1921)

The Landesverweser (transl.Provincial administrator) was the title of the head of government from 1861 to 1921. [2]

No.PortraitName
(born-died)
Term of officePolitical Party Monarch
Took officeLeft officeTime in office
1 Karl Freiherr Haus von Hausen
(1823–1889)
April 186123 September 188423 years, 5 months Independent Johann II
2 Carl von In Der Maur.jpg Carl von In der Maur
(1852–1913)
23 September 18845 September 18927 years, 348 days Independent
3 Friedrich Stellwag von Carion
(1852–1896)
5 September 189224 October 18964 years, 49 days Independent
(2) Carl von In Der Maur.jpg Carl von In der Maur
(1852–1913)
4 January 189711 December 1913 †16 years, 341 days Independent
4 Leopold Freiherr von Imhof
(1869–1922)
1 April 191413 November 19184 years, 226 days Independent
Martin Ritter
Chairman of the Provisional Executive Committee
(1869–1922)
7 November 19187 December 191830 days Christian-Social People's Party
5 Hochzeit von Elisabeth Furstin von Urach Grafin von Wurttemberg und Prinz Karl Aloys von und zu Liechtenstein.jpg Prince Karl Aloys of Liechtenstein
(1878–1955)
13 December 191815 September 19201 year, 277 days Independent
6 Josef Peer  [ de ]
(1864–1925)
15 September 192023 March 1921189 days Independent

Prime Minister (1921–present)

The Regierungschef (lit.'head of government') is the current title for the head of government. [2]

No.Name
(Birth–Death)
ElectedTerm of officePolitical party Monarch
(Reign)
Took officeLeft officeTime in office
1 Josef Ospelt
(1881–1962)
2 March 19214 May 19221 year, 63 days Progressive Citizens' Party Johann II
JohannesII.jpg

(1858–1929)
Alfons Feger
(1856–1933)
Acting
4 May 19221 June 192228 days Independent
Felix Gubelmann
(1880–1929)
Acting
1 June 19226 June 19225 days Independent
2 Gustav Schädler
(1883–1961)
1922
1926 (Jan)
1926 (Apr)
6 June 192228 June 19286 years, 22 days Christian-Social People's Party
Prince Alfred Roman of Liechtenstein
(1875–1930)
Acting
28 June 19284 August 192837 days Independent
3 Josef Hoop
(1895–1959)
1928
1930
1932
1936
1939
4 August 19283 September 194517 years, 30 days Progressive Citizens' Party Franz I
Franz I von Liechtenstein.jpg

(1929–1938)
4 Alexander Frick
(1910–1991)
1945
1949
1953 (Feb)
1953 (Jun)
1957
1958
3 September 194516 July 196216 years, 316 days Progressive Citizens' Party Franz Josef II
Furst Franz Josef II..jpg

(1938–1989)
5 Gerard Batliner
(1928–2008)
1962
1966
16 July 196218 March 19707 years, 245 days Progressive Citizens' Party
6 Alfred Hilbe
(1928–2011)
1970 18 March 197027 March 19744 years, 9 days Patriotic Union
7 Walter Kieber
(1931–2014)
1974 27 March 197426 April 19784 years, 30 days Progressive Citizens' Party
8 Hans Brunhart
(born 1945)
1978
1982
1986
1989
26 April 197826 May 199315 years, 30 days Patriotic Union
9 Markus Büchel
(1959–2013)
1993 (Feb) 26 May 199315 December 1993203 days Progressive Citizens' Party Hans-Adam II
Furst Hans-Adam II. von und zu Liechtenstein (cropped).jpg

(1989–present)
10 Mario Frick
(born 1965)
1993 (Oct)
1997
15 December 19935 April 20017 years, 111 days Patriotic Union
11 Otmar Hasler
(born 1953)
2001
2005
5 April 200125 March 20097 years, 354 days Progressive Citizens' Party
12 Klaus Tschütscher
(born 1967)
2009 25 March 200927 March 20134 years, 2 days Patriotic Union
13 Adrian Hasler
(born 1964)
2013
2017
27 March 201325 March 20217 years, 363 days Progressive Citizens' Party
14 Daniel Risch
(born 1978)
2021 25 March 2021Incumbent344 days Patriotic Union

Deputy head of government

Deputy Prime MinisterPartyTook officeLeft officePrime Minister
Alfons Feger
(1856–1933)
Christian-Social People's Party 2 March 19221 June 1922 Josef Ospelt FBP
Himself
Acting Prime Minister
VP
Vacant
(1–6 June 1922)
Felix Gubelmann
Acting Prime Minister
FBP
Alfons Feger
(1856–1933)
Christian-Social People's Party 6 June 192228 June 1928 Gustav Schädler VP
Vacant
(28 June–4 August 1928)
Prince Alfred von Liechtenstein
Acting Prime Minister
Ind
Ludwig Marxer
(1897–1962)
Progressive Citizens' Party 4 August 19281933 Josef Hoop FBP
Anton Frommelt
(1895–1975)
Progressive Citizens' Party 193330 March 1938
Alois Vogt
(1895–1975)
Patriotic Union 30 March 19383 September 1945
Ferdinand Nigg
(1893–1957)
Patriotic Union 3 September 194513 July 1957 Alexander Frick FBP
Josef Büchel
(1910–1991)
Patriotic Union 13 July 19571965
Gerard Batliner FBP
Alfred Hilbe
(1928–2011)
Patriotic Union 196518 March 1970
Walter Kieber
(1931–2014)
Progressive Citizens' Party 18 March 197027 March 1974 Alfred Hilbe VU
Hans Brunhart
(born 1945)
Patriotic Union 27 March 197426 April 1978 Walter Kieber FBP
Walter Kieber
(1931–2014)
Progressive Citizens' Party 26 April 19781 July 1980 Hans Brunhart VU
Hilmar Ospelt
(born 1929)
Progressive Citizens' Party 1 July 19802 February 1986
Herbert Wille
(born 1944)
Progressive Citizens' Party 2 February 198626 May 1993
Mario Frick
(born 1965)
Patriotic Union 26 May 199315 December 1993 Markus Büchel FBP
Thomas Büchel
(born 1952)
Progressive Citizens' Party 15 December 19932 February 1997 Mario Frick VU
Michael Ritter
(born 1957)
Patriotic Union 2 February 19975 April 2001
Rita Kieber-Beck
(born 1958)
Progressive Citizens' Party 5 April 200121 April 2005 Otmar Hasler FBP
Klaus Tschütscher
(born 1967)
Patriotic Union 21 April 200525 March 2009
Martin Meyer
(born 1972)
Progressive Citizens' Party 25 March 200927 March 2013 Klaus Tschütscher VU
Thomas Zwiefelhofer
(born 1969)
Patriotic Union 27 March 201330 March 2017 Adrian Hasler FBP
Daniel Risch
(born 1978)
Patriotic Union 30 March 201725 March 2021
Sabine Monauni
(born 1974)
Progressive Citizens' Party 25 March 2021Incumbent Daniel Risch VU

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