The third cabinet of Prime Minister Marián Čalfa was in power from 27 June 1990 to 2 July 1992. It originally consisted of Civic Forum (OF), Public Against Violence (VPN), Christian Democratic Movement (KDH) and Communist Party of Czechoslovakia (KSČ).Prime minister was member of VPN. KSČ left government in October 1990. When OF was dissolved in 1991, it was replaced by Civic Movement (OH) and Civic Democratic Party (ODS). It was known as "Cabinet of National Sacrifice."
|Prime Minister||Marián Čalfa||VPN|
|Deputy Prime Minister||Jiří Dienstbier||OF|
|Deputy Prime Minister||Jozef Mikloško||KDH|
|Deputy Prime Minister||Pavel Rychetský||OF|
|Deputy Prime Minister||Václav Valeš||non-partisan|
|Deputy Prime Minister||Václav Klaus (since October 1991)||ODS|
|Deputy Prime Minister||Pavel Hoffmann (since October 1991)||VPN|
|Minister of Foreign Affairs||Jiří Dienstbier||OF|
|Minister of Defense||Miroslav Vacek (until 18 October 1990)||KSČ|
|Luboš Dobrovský (since 18 October 1990)||OF|
|Minister of Interior||Ján Langoš||VPN|
|Minister of Transportation||Jiří Nezval||non-partisan|
|Minister of Finances||Václav Klaus (since October 1991)||OF|
|Minister of Labour and Social Affairs||Jiří Dienstbier||OF|
|Minister of Trade||Slavomír Stračár (until 21 August 1991)||VPN|
|Jozef Bakšay (since 21 August 1991)||VPN|
|Minister of Communications||Theodor Petrík (until 19 April 1991)||non-partisan|
|Emil Ehrenberger (since 19 April 1991)||KDH|
|Minister of Economy||Vladimír Dlouhý||OF|
|Minister of Strategic Planning||Pavel Hoffmann (since October 1991)||VPN|
|Minister of State Control||Květoslava Kořínková||OF|
|Minister of Competition||Imrich Flassik||KDH|
|Minister of Environment||Josef Vavroušek||OF|
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