Deputy Prime Minister of the Netherlands

Deputy Prime Minister of the Netherlands
Deputy Prime Minister of the
Netherlands
Vicepremier
Coat of arms of the Netherlands - 02.svg
Coat of Arms
Incumbent
Maxime Verhagen

since October 14, 2010
Style Excellency
Appointer Mark Rutte
Inaugural holder Willem Drees
June 24, 1945
Formation Constitution of the Netherlands
1815
Website Ministry of Economic Affairs, Agriculture and Innovation

The Deputy Prime Minister of the Netherlands is the official Deputy of the Head of Government of the Netherlands. In the absence of the Prime Minister the deputy prime minister takes over his functions, such as chairing the Cabinet of the Netherlands. Conventionally all of the junior partners in the coalition, get one deputy, they are ranked according to the size of their respective parties. Incumbent Maxime Verhagen is the first Deputy Prime Minister of the Christian Democratic Appeal.

List

Deputy Prime Minister Office Party Prime Minister Cabinet Position First/Second/Only
Willem Drees
Willem Drees
June 24, 1945 - August 7, 1948 Social Democratic Workers' Party (1945-1946)
Labour Party (1946-1948)
Wim Schermerhorn (1945-1946)
Louis Beel
(1946-1948)
Schermerhorn-Drees
Beel I
Minister of Social Affairs Only
Josef van Schaik
Josef van Schaik
August 7, 1948 - March 15, 1951 Catholic People's Party Willem Drees Drees-Van Schaik Minister of the Interior Only
Frans Teulings
Frans Teulings
March 15, 1951 - September 2, 1952 Catholic People's Party Willem Drees Drees I Minister of the Interior Only
Louis Beel
Louis Beel
September 2, 1952 - October 13, 1956 Catholic People's Party Willem Drees Drees II Minister of the Interior Only
Teun Struycken
Teun Struycken
October 13, 1956 - May 19, 1959 Catholic People's Party Willem Drees
Louis Beel
Drees III
Beel II
Minister of the Interior
Minister of Justice
Only
Henk Korthals
Henk Korthals
May 19, 1959 - July 24, 1963 People's Party for Freedom and Democracy Jan de Quay De Quay Minister of Transport and Water Management Only
Barend Biesheuvel
Barend Biesheuvel
July 24, 1963 - April 5, 1967 Anti Revolutionary Party Victor Marijnen
Jo Cals
Jelle Zijlstra
Marijnen
Cals
Zijlstra
Minister of Agriculture and Fisheries
Minister for Suriname and Netherlands Antilles Affairs
Only (Marijnen)
Second (Cals)
Second (Zijlstra)
Anne Vondeling
Anne Vondeling
April 14, 1965 - November 22, 1966 Labour Party Jo Cals Cals Minister of Finance First
Jan de Quay
Jan de Quay
November 22, 1966 - April 5, 1967 Catholic People's Party Jelle Zijlstra Zijlstra Minister of Transport and Water Management First
Johan Witteveen
Johan Witteveen
April 5, 1967 - July 6, 1971 People's Party for Freedom and Democracy Piet de Jong De Jong Minister of Finance First
Joop Bakker
Joop Bakker
April 5, 1967 - July 6, 1971 Anti Revolutionary Party Piet de Jong De Jong Minister of Transport and Water Management Second
Roelof Nelissen
Roelof Nelissen
July 6, 1971 - May 11, 1973 Catholic People's Party Barend Biesheuvel Biesheuvel I
Biesheuvel II
Minister of Finance First
Molly Geertsema
Molly Geertsema
July 6, 1971 - May 11, 1973 People's Party for Freedom and Democracy Barend Biesheuvel Biesheuvel I
Biesheuvel II
Minister of the Interior Second
Dries van Agt
Dries van Agt
May 11, 1973 - September 8, 1977 Catholic People's Party Joop den Uyl Den Uyl Minister of Justice Only
Wilhelm Friedrich de Gaay Fortman
Wilhelm Friedrich de Gaay Fortman
September 8, 1977 - December 19, 1977 Anti Revolutionary Party Joop den Uyl Den Uyl Minister of Justice
Minister of the Interior
Only
Hans Wiegel
Hans Wiegel
December 19, 1977 - September 11, 1981 People's Party for Freedom and Democracy Dries van Agt Van Agt I Minister of the Interior Only
Joop den Uyl
Joop den Uyl
September 11, 1981 - May 29, 1982 Labour Party Dries van Agt Van Agt II Minister of Social Affairs and Employment
Minister for Suriname and Netherlands Antilles Affairs
First
Jan Terlouw
Jan Terlouw
September 11, 1981 - November 4, 1982 Democrats 66 Dries van Agt Van Agt II
Van Agt III
Minister of Economic Affairs Second (van Agt II)
Only (van Agt III)
Gijs van Aardenne
Gijs van Aardenne
November 4, 1982 - July 14, 1986 People's Party for Freedom and Democracy Ruud Lubbers Lubbers I Minister of Economic Affairs Only
Rudolf de Korte
Rudolf de Korte
July 14, 1986 - November 7, 1989 People's Party for Freedom and Democracy Ruud Lubbers Lubbers II Minister of Economic Affairs Only
Wim Kok
Wim Kok
November 7, 1989 – August 22, 1994 Labour Party Ruud Lubbers Lubbers III Minister of Finance Only
Hans Dijkstal
Hans Dijkstal
Augustus 22, 1994 - Augustus 3, 1998 People's Party for Freedom and Democracy Wim Kok Kok I Minister of the Interior First
Hans van Mierlo
Hans van Mierlo
Augustus 22, 1994 - Augustus 3, 1998 Democrats 66 Wim Kok Kok I Minister of Foreign Affairs Second
Annemarie Jorritsma
Annemarie Jorritsma
Augustus 3, 1998 - July 22, 2002 People's Party for Freedom and Democracy Wim Kok Kok II Minister of Economic Affairs First
Els Borst
Els Borst
Augustus 3, 1998 - July 22, 2002 Democrats 66 Wim Kok Kok II Minister of Health, Welfare and Sport Second
Eduard Bomhoff July 22, 2002 - October 16, 2002 Pim Fortuyn List Jan Peter Balkenende Balkenende I Minister of Health, Welfare and Sport First
Johan Remkes
Johan Remkes
July 22, 2002 - May 27, 2003 People's Party for Freedom and Democracy Jan Peter Balkenende Balkenende I Minister of the Interior and Kingdom Relations Second (Until October 18, 2002)
First (From October 18, 2002)
Roelf de Boer October 18, 2002 - May 27, 2003 Pim Fortuyn List Jan Peter Balkenende Balkenende I Minister of Transport, Public Works and Water Management Second
Gerrit Zalm
Gerrit Zalm
May 27, 2003 - February 22, 2007 People's Party for Freedom and Democracy Jan Peter Balkenende Balkenende II
Balkenende III
Minister of Finance First (Balkenende II)
Only (Balkenende III)
Thom de Graaf
Thom de Graaf
May 27, 2003 - March 25, 2005 Democrats 66 Jan Peter Balkenende Balkenende II Minister for Government Reform and Kingdom Relations Second
Laurens Jan Brinkhorst
Laurens Jan Brinkhorst
March 31, 2005 - July 3, 2006 Democrats 66 Jan Peter Balkenende Balkenende II Minister of Economic Affairs Second
Wouter Bos
Wouter Bos
February 22, 2007 - February 23, 2010 Labour Party Jan Peter Balkenende Balkenende IV Minister of Finance First
André Rouvoet
André Rouvoet
February 22, 2007 - October 14, 2010 ChristianUnion Jan Peter Balkenende Balkenende IV Minister for Youth and Family
Minister of Education, Culture and Science
Second (Until February 22, 2007)
Only (From February 23, 2010)
Maxime Verhagen
Maxime Verhagen
October 14, 2010 - Incumbent Christian Democratic Appeal Mark Rutte Rutte Minister of Economic Affairs, Agriculture and Innovation Only

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