|Václav Klaus' First Cabinet|
9th Cabinet of Czech Republic
|2 July 1992 - 4 July 1996|
|Date formed||2 July 1992|
|Date dissolved||4 July 1996|
|People and organisations|
|Head of state||Václav Havel|
|Head of government||Václav Klaus|
|No. of ministers||17-19|
|Member party|| ODS |
|Status in legislature||Majority (coalition) |
105 / 200 (53%)
|Opposition party|| KSČM |
|Opposition leader|| Jiří Svoboda |
|Election(s)||1992 Czech legislative election|
|Predecessor||Petr Pithart's Cabinet|
|Successor||Václav Klaus' Second Cabinet|
The first cabinet of Prime Minister Václav Klaus was in power from 2 July 1992 to 4 July 1996. The Czech Republic became an independent sovereign state on 1 January 1993 and thus this government was the first one after the dissolution of Czechoslovakia. It consisted of Civic Democratic Party (ODS), Christian and Democratic Union – Czechoslovak People's Party (KDU-ČSL), Civic Democratic Alliance (ODA) and Christian Democratic Party (KDS).
|Prime Minister||Václav Klaus||ODS|
|Deputy Prime Minister||Jan Kalvoda||ODA|
|Deputy Prime Minister |
Minister of Finance
|Deputy Prime Minister |
Minister of Agriculture
|Minister of Defence||Antonín Baudyš 1||KDU-ČSL|
|Minister for Competition||Stanislav Bělehrádek||KDU-ČSL|
|Minister of Environment||František Benda||ODS|
|Minister of Transportation||Vladimír Budínský 2||ODS|
|Minister of Industry and Trade||Vladimír Dlouhý||ODA|
|Minister of Economic Policy and Development||Karel Dyba||ODS|
|Minister of Defence||Vilém Holáň 3||KDU-ČSL|
|Minister of Culture||Jindřich Kabát 4||KDU-ČSL|
|Minister of Health||Petr Lom 5||ODS|
|Minister of State Comptrol||Igor Němec||ODS|
|Minister of Justice||Jiří Novák||ODS|
|Minister of Education||Ivan Pilip 6||ODS|
|Minister of Education||Petr Piťha 7||KDS|
|Minister of Health||Luděk Rubáš 8||ODS|
|Minister of Interior||Jan Ruml||ODS|
|Minister for National Assets and Privatization||Jiří Skalický||ODA|
|Minister of Health||Jan Stráský 9||ODS|
|Minister of Culture||Pavel Tigrid 10||KDU-ČSL|
|Minister of Labour and Social Affairs||Jindřich Vodička||ODS|
|Minister of Foreign Affairs||Josef Zieleniec||ODS|
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