|Petr Pithart's Cabinet|
8th cabinet of Czech Republic
|29 June 1990 - 2 July 1992|
|Date formed||29 June 1990|
|Date dissolved||2 July 1992|
|People and organisations|
|Head of state||Václav Havel|
|Head of government||Petr Pithart|
|No. of ministers||21|
|Status in legislature||Majority (coalition) |
167 / 200 (84%)
|Opposition party||Communist Party of Czechoslovakia|
|Opposition leader|| Jiří Machalík |
|Election(s)||1990 Czech legislative election|
|Predecessor||Cabinet of Josef Korčák, Ladislav Adamec, František Pitra and Petr Pithart|
|Successor||Václav Klaus' First Cabinet|
Petr Pithart's Cabinet was in power from 29 June 1990 to 2 July 1992. It was the first Czech government formed after democratic election.It originally consisted of Civic Forum (OF), Christian and Democratic Union (KDU-ČSL), Christian Democratic Party (KDS) and Movement for Autonomous Democracy–Party for Moravia and Silesia (HSD-SMS). Civic Forum was dissolved in 1991 and replaced by Civic Movement (OH) and Civic Democratic Party (ODS).
|Portfolio||Name||Political party||In Office|
|Prime Minister||Petr Pithart||OF, later OH||29 June 1990 – 2 July 1992|
|Deputy Prime Minister||Milan Lukeš||OF, later OH||29 June 1990 – 2 July 1992|
|Deputy Prime Minister||František Vlasák||OF||29 June 1990 – 31 May 1991|
|Deputy Prime Minister||Antonín Baudyš||KDU-ČSL||29 June 1990 – 2 July 1992|
|Deputy Prime Minister||Jan Stráský||ODS||1 June 1991 – 2 July 1992|
|Minister of Finances||Karel Špaček||OF, later OH||29 June 1990 – 2 July 1992|
|Minister of Justice||Leon Richter||Independent, later OH||29 June 1990 – 8 January 1992|
|Jiří Novák||ODS||8 January 1992 – 2 July 1992|
|Minister of Environment||Bedřich Moldan||OF later ODS||29 June 1990 – 24 January 1991|
|Ivan Dejmal||KDS||24 January 1991 – 2 July 1992|
|Ministry of Industry||Jan Vrba||Independent, later OH||29 June 1990 – 2 July 1992|
|Ministry of Trade||Vlasta Štěpová||OF, later OH||29 June 1990 – 2 July 1992|
|Ministry of Agriculture||Bohumil Kubát||OF, later ODA||29 June 1990 – 2 July 1992|
|Ministry of Education||Petr Vopěnka||KDS||29 June 1990 – 2 July 1992|
|Ministry of Interior||Tomáš Hradílek||OF||29 June 1990 – 15 November 1990|
|Tomáš Sokol||OF, later OH||15 November 1990 – 2 July 1992|
|Minister of Labour and Social Affairs||Milan Horálek||OF, later OH||29 June 1990 – 2 July 1992|
|Ministry of Health||Martin Bojar||29 June 1990 – 2 July 1992|
|Ministry of Culture||Milan Uhde||OF, later ODS||29 June 1990 – 2 July 1992|
|Ministry of Construction Industry||Ludvík Motyčka||KDU-ČSL||29 June 1990 – 2 July 1992|
|Miinistry of State Control||Bohumil Tichý||HSD-SMS||29 June 1990 – 27 February 1991|
|Igor Němec||ODS||27 February 1991 – 2 July 1992|
|Ministry of Human Rights, Ministry of National Park||Tomáš Ježek||OF, later ODA||29 June 1990 – 2 July 1992|
|Ministry of Human Rights, Ministry of Economy||Miroslav Grégr||29 June 1990 – 2 July 1992|
|Ministry of Human Rights||Jaroslav Šabata||OF, later OH||29 June 1990 – 2 July 1992|
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