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Chancellor of Austria

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The Federal Chancellor of Austria (Bundeskanzler) is the head of government in Austria. The chancellor's deputy is the Vice Chancellor.

Before 1918, the equivalent office was the Minister-President of Austria.

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First Republic (1918-1933) and austro-fascist regime (1933-1938)

Chancellors of Austria of the First Republic
Name Term of office Party
Karl Renner 1918-1920 SDAP
Michael Mayr 1920-1921 CSP
Johann Schober 1921-1922 civil servant
Walter Breisky 1922 civil servant
Johann Schober 1922 civil servant
Ignaz Seipel 1922-1924 CSP
Rudolf Ramek 1924-1926 CSP
Ignaz Seipel 1926-1929 CSP
Ernst Streeruwitz 1929 CSP
Johann Schober 1929-1930 civil servant
Carl Vaugoin 1930 CSP
Otto Ender 1930-1931 CSP
Karl Buresch 1931-1932 CSP
Engelbert Dollfu1 1932-1934 CSP/VF
Kurt Schuschnigg1 1934-1938 VF
Arthur Sey-Inquart2 1938 NSDAP

1 In the austro-fascist regime Chancellor was only a title; fact is, that Dollfu (1933) and Schuschnigg were dictators.

2 Sey-Inquart became "Chancellor", because of the pressure from Hitler, to made the Anschluss to Nazi-Germany.

Second Republic (since 1945)

Chancellors of the Second Republic
Name Term of office Party
Karl Renner 1945 SDAP/SP
Leopold Figl 1945-1953 VP
Julius Raab 1953-1961 VP
Alfons Gorbach 1961-1964 VP
Josef Klaus 1964-1970 VP
Bruno Kreisky 1970-1983 SP
Fred Sinowatz 1983-1986 SP
Franz Vranitzky 1986-1997 SP
Viktor Klima 1997-2000 SP
Wolfgang Schssel Since 2000 VP

See also

External links

es:Canciller de Austria fr:Liste des chanceliers de l'Autriche ja:オーストリアの首相 nl:Bondskanselier (Oostenrijk) pl:Kanclerze Austrii he:קאנצלר אוסטריה

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