Minister-president

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A minister-president or minister president is the head of government in a number of European countries or subnational governments with a parliamentary or semi-presidential system of government where they preside over the council of ministers.wikipedia
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Head of government

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A minister-president or minister president is the head of government in a number of European countries or subnational governments with a parliamentary or semi-presidential system of government where they preside over the council of ministers.

Prime minister

prime ministersPMchief minister
It is an alternative term for prime minister, premier, chief minister, or first minister and very similar to the title of president of the council of ministers.
Other common forms include president of the council of ministers (for example in Italy, Presidente del Consiglio dei Ministri), President of the Executive Council, or Minister-President.

Landeshauptmann

Landeshauptleutegovernorgovernors
Today the head of the Austrian Federal Government is called the Bundeskanzler (federal chancellor), while the head of a state government is called the Landeshauptmann (literally "state captain"), not Ministerpräsident.
His or her function is equivalent to that of a minister-president or premier.

Chief minister

Deputy Chief MinisterCMChief Ministers
It is an alternative term for prime minister, premier, chief minister, or first minister and very similar to the title of president of the council of ministers.
The title has a similar construction and role as a prime minister, first minister or minister-president but usually with a lower rank.

Minister-President of Flanders

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The Minister-President of Flanders (Minister-president van Vlaanderen) is the head of the Flemish Government, which is the executive branch of the Flemish Region and Flemish Community (see the communities, regions and language areas of Belgium).

Minister-President of the French Community

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The Minister-President of the French Community is the head of the Government of the French Community of Belgium.

Minister-President of the German-speaking Community

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The Minister-President of the German-speaking Community is the head of the Government of the German-speaking Community of Belgium, one of the three Communities of the country.

First minister

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It is an alternative term for prime minister, premier, chief minister, or first minister and very similar to the title of president of the council of ministers.
In Germany, the first minister in the federal states is known as the Ministerpräsident.

Prime Minister of Hungary

Prime MinisterPresident of the Council of Ministers of HungaryHungarian Prime Minister
The title of Hungary's head of government in Hungarian is miniszterelnök which literally translated means "minister-president".
Literally translated, this means "Minister-President".

List of ministers-president of Austria

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See: List of Ministers-President of Austria.

Communities, regions and language areas of Belgium

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The term minister-president (Dutch: minister-president, French: ministre-président, German: Ministerpräsident) is also used in Belgium to describe the head of government of a Belgian region or linguistic community, but not the head of the Belgian federal government who is referred to as the prime minister (Dutch: eerste minister, French: premier ministre, German: Premierminister).

Vidkun Quisling

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In Norway, Vidkun Quisling, head of the collaborationist government from 1942 to 1945 during the German occupation in World War II, held the title of Minister-President (in Norwegian, ministerpresident).
After a brief postponement, an announcement was made on 1 February 1942, detailing how the cabinet had elected Quisling to the post of Minister-President of the national government.

Parliamentary system

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A minister-president or minister president is the head of government in a number of European countries or subnational governments with a parliamentary or semi-presidential system of government where they preside over the council of ministers.

Semi-presidential system

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A minister-president or minister president is the head of government in a number of European countries or subnational governments with a parliamentary or semi-presidential system of government where they preside over the council of ministers.

Premier

Vice Premierpremiersblue chip
It is an alternative term for prime minister, premier, chief minister, or first minister and very similar to the title of president of the council of ministers.

President of the Council of Ministers

President of the CouncilChairman of the Council of MinistersPresident of the French Council of Ministers
It is an alternative term for prime minister, premier, chief minister, or first minister and very similar to the title of president of the council of ministers.

Calque

loan translationcalquescalquing
The term is used, for instance, as a translation (calque) of the German word Ministerpräsident.

Chancellor

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From 1867 to 1918, the first minister of the government was known as Ministerpräsident (minister-president), before that Staatskanzler (chancellor of state).

Government of Austria

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Today the head of the Austrian Federal Government is called the Bundeskanzler (federal chancellor), while the head of a state government is called the Landeshauptmann (literally "state captain"), not Ministerpräsident.

Chancellor of Austria

ChancellorFederal Chancellor of AustriaAustrian Chancellor
Today the head of the Austrian Federal Government is called the Bundeskanzler (federal chancellor), while the head of a state government is called the Landeshauptmann (literally "state captain"), not Ministerpräsident.

Dutch language

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The term minister-president (Dutch: minister-president, French: ministre-président, German: Ministerpräsident) is also used in Belgium to describe the head of government of a Belgian region or linguistic community, but not the head of the Belgian federal government who is referred to as the prime minister (Dutch: eerste minister, French: premier ministre, German: Premierminister).

French language

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The term minister-president (Dutch: minister-president, French: ministre-président, German: Ministerpräsident) is also used in Belgium to describe the head of government of a Belgian region or linguistic community, but not the head of the Belgian federal government who is referred to as the prime minister (Dutch: eerste minister, French: premier ministre, German: Premierminister).

German language

GermanGerman-languageGerman-speaking
The term minister-president (Dutch: minister-president, French: ministre-président, German: Ministerpräsident) is also used in Belgium to describe the head of government of a Belgian region or linguistic community, but not the head of the Belgian federal government who is referred to as the prime minister (Dutch: eerste minister, French: premier ministre, German: Premierminister).

Belgium

BelgianBELKingdom of Belgium
The term minister-president (Dutch: minister-president, French: ministre-président, German: Ministerpräsident) is also used in Belgium to describe the head of government of a Belgian region or linguistic community, but not the head of the Belgian federal government who is referred to as the prime minister (Dutch: eerste minister, French: premier ministre, German: Premierminister).

Federal Government of Belgium

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The term minister-president (Dutch: minister-president, French: ministre-président, German: Ministerpräsident) is also used in Belgium to describe the head of government of a Belgian region or linguistic community, but not the head of the Belgian federal government who is referred to as the prime minister (Dutch: eerste minister, French: premier ministre, German: Premierminister).