Fourth Orbán Government

Fourth Orbán Government
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72nd cabinet of Hungary
Incumbent
Viktor Orbán 2018.jpg
Date formed18 May 2018
People and organisations
Head of stateJános Áder
Head of governmentViktor Orbán
Deputy head of governmentZsolt Semjén
Member partyFidesz, KDNP
Status in legislatureCoalition
Opposition partyJobbik, MSZP, DK, LMP, Dialogue
History
Election(s)8 April 2018
PredecessorThird Orbán Government

The fourth government of Viktor Orbán is the current Government of Hungary since 18 May 2018, after the 2018 parliamentary elections.

Party breakdown[edit]

Party breakdown of cabinet ministers:

5
2
6

Members of the Cabinet[edit]

Government press officer Bertalan Havasi announced members of the cabinet on 27 April 2018.[1]

Col. Gen. Tibor Benkő, who has served as Chief of the General Staff since 2010 was nominated to the position of Minister of Defence, becoming the first active military officer since the end of communism, who held the ministry.[2]

Office Image Incumbent Political party In office
Prime Minister Viktor Orbán 2018.jpg Viktor Orbán Fidesz 10 May 2018 –
Deputy Prime Minister
Minister without portfolio
for National Politics, Church Affairs and Nationalities
Zsolt Semjén 2019.jpg Zsolt Semjén KDNP 18 May 2018 –
Deputy Prime Minister
Minister of Finance
Varga Mihály cropped.jpg Mihály Varga Fidesz 18 May 2018 –
Deputy Prime Minister
Minister of Interior
Pinter Sandor Portrait.jpg Sándor Pintér Independent 18 May 2018 –
Minister of the Prime Minister’s Office Gulyás Gergely.JPG Gergely Gulyás Fidesz 18 May 2018 –
Minister of the Prime Minister’s Cabinet Office Rogán Antal EPP (crop).jpg Antal Rogán Fidesz 18 May 2018 –
Minister of Foreign Affairs and Trade Péter Szijjártó - Hungarian Minister of Foreign Affairs and Trade (44613275674) (cropped).jpg Péter Szijjártó Fidesz 18 May 2018 –
Minister of Justice Trócsányi László (cropped).jpg László Trócsányi Independent 18 May 2018 – 30 Jun 2019
Varga Judit.jpg Judit Varga Fidesz 12 July 2019 –
Minister of Human Resources KaslerMiklosFotoThalerTamas (crop).jpg Miklós Kásler Independent 18 May 2018 –
Minister of National Innovation and Technology László Palkovics.jpg László Palkovics [hu] Independent 18 May 2018 –
Minister of Agriculture Nagy István (agrármérnök).jpg István Nagy Fidesz 18 May 2018 –
Minister of Defence Benkő Tibor vezérezredes HVKF.jpg Tibor Benkő Independent 18 May 2018 –
Minister without Portfolio
for the planning, construction and commissioning
of the two new blocks at Paks Nuclear Power Plant
János Süli KDNP 18 May 2018 –
Minister without Portfolio
for managing national wealth
Bártfai-Mager Andrea.jpg Andrea Bártfai-Mager Independent 18 May 2018 –

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