Renner II

2nd Government of Austria
Date formed15 March 1919 (1919-03-15)
Date dissolved17 October 1919 (1919-10-17)
People and organisations
Head of governmentKarl Renner
Deputy head of governmentJodok Fink
Total no. of ministers11
Member partiesSDAP
CS
History
Election(s)1919
PredecessorFirst Renner government
SuccessorThird Renner government

The Second government of Karl Renner was short lived Austrian provisional government, formed shortly after the World War I.[1] It was sworn in on 15 March 1919. It succeeded the First Renner government, which had resigned on 3 March 1919, but had continued at the request of the State Council until the election. It was replaced with the Third Renner government.

Composition

Some of the members were carryover from the First Renner government, and some continued into the Third Renner government.

Portfolio Minister Took office Left office Party
Chancellor Karl Renner30 October 19187 July 1920SDAPÖ
Vice-Chancellor Jodok Fink15 March 191926 March 1920CS
State Secretary of Justice Richard Bratusch [de]15 March 191917 October 1919CS
State Secretary of Finance Josef Schumpeter [de]15 March 191917 October 1919Independent
State Secretary of Agriculture Josef Stöckler [de]15 March 191917 October 1919CS
State Secretary of Commerce, Industry and Construction Johann Zerdik [de]15 March 191917 October 1919CS
State Secretary of Social Affairs Ferdinand Hanusch15 March 191922 October 1920SDAPÖ
State Secretary of Foreign Affairs Otto Bauer21 November 191826 July 1919SDAPÖ
 Karl Renner26 July 191922 October 1920SDAPÖ
State Secretary of the Army Julius Deutsch15 March 191922 October 1920SDAPÖ
State Secretary of Health Johann Löwenfeld-Ruß [de]30 October 19187 July 1920Independent
State Secretary of Transport Ludwig Paul [de]15 March 19191 July 1920Independent

References

  1. ^ "Renner II 1919". parlgov.org. Retrieved 31 March 2019.