Santer Ministry

Santer Ministry

The Santer Ministry was the government of Luxembourg between 20 July 1984 and 26 January 1995. It is led by, and named after, Prime Minister Jacques Santer. Throughout the ministry, the Deputy Prime Minister was Jacques Poos.

Ministers

20 July 1984 – 14 July 1989

13 July 1994 – 26 January 1995


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