Petr Nečas' Cabinet

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Cabinet of Petr Nečas
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19th  cabinet of the Czech Republic
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Petr Nečas, Prime Minister
Date formed28 June 2010
Date dissolved10 July 2013
People and organisations
Head of state Václav Klaus
Miloš Zeman
Head of government Petr Nečas
Deputy head of government Karel Schwarzenberg
Radek John (until 12 March 2012)
Karolína Peake (since 12 March 2012)
No. of ministers15-17
Member parties Civic Democratic Party (ODS)
TOP 09
Public Affairs (until 12 March 2012)
LIDEM (since 12 March 2012)
Status in legislatureMajority (coalition)
118 / 200(59%)
Opposition parties Czech Social Democratic Party (ČSSD)
Communist Party of Bohemia and Moravia
Public Affairs (since 12 March 2012)
Opposition leader Bohuslav Sobotka
History
Election(s) 2010 Czech legislative election
Predecessor Jan Fischer's Cabinet
Successor Jiří Rusnok's Cabinet

Petr Nečas' Cabinet was formed after 2010 Czech legislative election. It consisted of Civic Democratic Party, TOP 09 and Public Affairs (later replaced by LIDEM).

Government ministers

PortfolioMinisterPolitical partyIn office
Prime Minister Petr Nečas ODSJuly 13, 2010 – July 10, 2013
First Deputy Prime Minister
Minister of Foreign Affairs
Karel Schwarzenberg TOP 09July 13, 2010 – July 10, 2013
Deputy Prime Minister Radek John VVJuly 13, 2010 – May 20, 2011
Karolína Peake LIDEM, formerly VVJuly 1, 2011 – July 10, 2013
July 1, 2011 – December 12, 2012 head
of the Government Legislative Council
Minister of the Interior Radek John VVJuly 13, 2010 – April 21, 2011
Jan Kubice non-partisanApril 22, 2011 – July 10, 2013
Minister of Labour and Social Affairs Jaromír Drábek TOP 09July 13, 2010 – October 31, 2012
Ludmila Müllerová TOP 09November 16, 2012 – July 10, 2013
Minister of the Environment Pavel Drobil ODSJuly 13, 2010 – December 21, 2010
Tomáš Chalupa ODSJanuary 17, 2011 – July 10, 2013
Minister for Regional Development Kamil Jankovský LIDEM, formerly VVJuly 13, 2010 – July 10, 2013
Minister of Defence Alexandr Vondra ODSJuly 13, 2010 – December 7, 2012
Karolína Peake LIDEM, formerly VVDecember 12, 2012 – December 20, 2012
Petr Nečas (acting)ODSDecember 21, 2012 – March 18, 2013
Vlastimil Picek non-partisanMarch 19, 2013 – July 10, 2013
Minister of Industry and Trade Martin Kocourek ODSJuly 13, 2010 – November 14, 2011
Martin Kuba ODSNovember 16, 2011 – July 10, 2013
Minister of Health Leoš Heger TOP 09July 13, 2010 – July 10, 2013
Minister of Finance Miroslav Kalousek TOP 09July 13, 2010 – July 10, 2013
Minister of Justice Jiří Pospíšil ODSJuly 13, 2010 – June 27, 2012
Pavel Blažek ODSJuly 3, 2012 – July 10, 2013
Minister of Transport Vít Bárta VVJuly 13, 2010 – April 21, 2011
Radek Šmerda non-partisan, nominated by VVApril 21, 2011 – July 1, 2011
Pavel Dobeš LIDEM, formerly VVJuly 1, 2011 – December 3, 2012
Zbyněk Stanjura ODSDecember 12, 2012 – July 10, 2013
Minister of Education, Youth and Sport Josef Dobeš VVJuly 13, 2010 – March 31, 2012
Petr Fiala non-partisanMay 2, 2012 – July 10, 2013
Minister of Culture Jiří Besser STAN, nominated by TOP 09July 13, 2010 – December 16, 2011
Alena Hanáková STAN, nominated by TOP 09December 20, 2011 – July 10, 2013
Minister of Agriculture Ivan Fuksa ODSJuly 13, 2010 – October 4, 2011
Petr Bendl ODSOctober 6, 2011 – July 10, 2013
Minister without portfolio,
head of the Government Legislative Council
Petr Mlsna non-partisan, nominated by LIDEMDecember 12, 2012 – July 10, 2013

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