Voskian politics

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Voskia is a parliamentary republic. The unicameral parliament (called Bōvēa in Voskian, Kuvendi in Gurdian and La Dieta in Romansh) has 229 members who until recently originated from a large quantity of small parties, but since before the elections of 2010, the election threshold has been raised to 3%.

The president is elected by popular vote once every four years. Parliamentary elections are equally held once every four years. The current president is Başkim Arhali‎, who was elected in 2014. The current prime minister is Luçia Apavia who has been in office since 15 April 2013.

Elections and government formation

Presidential elections

Presidential elections occur every four years on the second or third Sunday of January, with a possible second round two weeks later. The president is elected by popular vote and in theory, every citizen native to the Republic of the Vosks and the Gurds older than 35 years old and having lived in Voskia for at least half the amount of their age, seven of which directly before the election they wish to contest, is allowed to be a candidate. In practice, candidates are often supported by political parties, which gives them a better chance to collect the 50.000 required signatures or the official written support of 50 persons working at that moment in a public function (parlementarian, minister, etc. on national, regional, provincial and municipal level).

The newly elected president takes office on the third Wednesday of February.

The next presidential election will take place on 16 January 2022, with a possible run-off on 30 January.

Parliamentary elections

Regular elections for the Voskian parliament (Voskian: Bōvēa; Gurdian: Kuvendi; Romansh: La Dieta, see below) occur at least every four years on a Sunday. The last elections took place on 17 December 2017.

After regular parliamentary elections or when a government looses its parliamentary majority, the president normally invites the party leaders to discuss the possible options. Constitutionally, when regular elections are less than 90 days away, the president may decide to bring the date of the regular elections forward, or not. In a situation when there is no government and there are no regular elections less than 90 days away, the president has to invite the three largest parties of that moment to investigate the possibilities to form a government, one after another. Each party gets three days to search for a parliamentary majority of which a new government can be built subsequently. If the largest party fails, the second largest party gets its turn, and after that, the third largest party if the second largest party failed as well. If no new majority is found within two weeks, the president dissolves parliament and calls for new elections. If a new majority is found, the parties involved will present themselves normally to the press, after which the president formally charges a representative of the largest party of those parties (most often the leader of that party) with the task to form a new government.

The next parliamentary election will take place on Sunday 12 December 2021 at the latest.

Elections for the provincial Houses

Each province has a legislative called the House (Voskian: Ōģiā; Gurdian: Ştypja; Romansh: La Chasa), which is elected at least every four years. The combined Houses of the provinces in one region serve as the legislative of that region as well and are therefore informally called Cities (Voskian: Pūvis; Gurdian: Kalà; Romansh: Citads), although this is everything but an official designation that will never be used by officials.

After elections, a House normally gives the largest party the chance to form a governing coalition, much like the procedure on the national level. The combined Houses do the same with the legislative of the Regions.

Note that the House of the residential district of Divis stands on its own, as the district functions on the regional, provincial and municipal levels. More or less the same applies for the region and province of Isla Rumantscha: the provincial House appoints its provincial executive, but also appoints the Head of the region. The Head of the region of Isla Rumantscha is therefore not surrounded by a regional government, as is the case for the regions of Gurdia and Voskia, but is one person only. The office of Head of Isla Rumantscha is therefore mostly a symbolic one.

Elections for the municipal councils

The municipal councils (Voskian: Kōniko Konsiō; Gurdisch: Konsea ti Başçeror; Romansh: Cussegls Communals) are elected once every five years. The municipal executives are appointed the same way as the other executives above.

Bōvēa / Kuvendi / La Dieta

Thanks to the large amount of parties represented in the Voskian parliament, elections have been held quite regularly between 1946 and 1991 and since 1998. Parliamentary majorities could however change often between subsequent elections (as government coalitions normally consisted of many parties and were therefore rather instable), which gave Voskian politics a somewhat chaotic appearance nevertheless. The election threshold has been put on 3% in 2010, which reduced the number of parties in parliament and in government coalitions and might have increased the seriousness with which parties engage in a government coalition. Protàşvētij Dēmukracieş even wants to increase the threshold to 5% or 7%, but hasn't sufficient support for this from other parties.

Chairpersons of the Voskian parliament have been since 1946:

# chairperson took office left office party
1 Nikuvaūs Rumārs 6 November 1946 27 January 1947 Vēdzē-Ģiēnikē Pàrtiā
2 Gjergj Tupi 27 January 1947 29 January 1951 Vēdzē-Ģiēnikē Pàrtiā
3 Pāvus Āşvīdz first time 29 January 1951 31 January 1955 Kōdōdģē-Ģiēnikē Pàrtiā
4 Odişēs Lavzōc Ģozoş 31 January 1955 26 January 1959 Katūvikē Enōnēa
5 Mivius Helàdzēş 26 January 1959 15 June 1960 Katūvikē Enōnēa
6 Giusep Casaulta 15 June 1960 27 January 1964 Katūvikē Enōnēa
(3) Pāvus Āşvīdz second time 27 January 1964 26 January 1976 Kōdōdģē-Ģiēnikē Pàrtiā
7 Arben Fraşyri 26 January 1976 9 January 1980 Kōdōdģē-Ģiēnikē Pàrtiā
8 Ģiōģius Erjudz 9 January 1980 28 January 1980 Kōdōdģē-Ģiēnikē Pàrtiā
9 Rubertas Mandģardi 28 January 1980 22 March 1982 Mōnarģisc Spundie
10 Høgni Grímur Djurhuus 22 March 1982 12 October 1987 Protàşvētij Dēmukracieş
11 Monika Vyrlaçi-Kota (f) 12 October 1987 28 January 1991 Kōdōdģē-Ģiēnikē Pàrtiā
12 Arben Þartanaj 28 January 1991 17 April 1993 Vēdzē-Ģiēnikē Pàrtiā
parliament dissolved 17 April 1993 13 October 1997
13 Luvidz Pruntavs acting until 26 January 1998 13 October 1997 28 January 2002 Kōdōdģē-Ģiēnikē Pàrtiā
14 Martinus Rōbaģèdzēş 28 January 2002 30 January 2006 Kōdōdģē-Ģiēnikē Pàrtiā
15 Tiufīvus Vièza 30 January 2006 25 January 2010 Protàşvētij Dēmukracieş
16 Vincent Vetsch 25 January 2010 27 January 2014 Kōdōdģē-Ģiēnikē Pàrtiā
17 Odişēs Bīzicas 27 January 2014 8 January 2018 Mōnarģisc Spundie
18 Elenē Aştūģiuvs (f) 8 January 2018 incumbent Vēdzē-Ģiēnikē Pàrtiā

Political parties

Referencearrow.png Main Article: Voskian political parties

The Voskian political parties are normally identified by the abbreviations of their Voskian names. Full names of the parties exist however in Voskian, Gurdian and Romansh as primary language and are translated, if needed, into the other languages.

The Voskian parliament always had a large number of parties represented in it, until the election threshold was raised before the elections of 2010. From 1946 until the military coup 1993, the most important parties were the Kōdōdģē-Ģiēnikē Pàrtiā (K-ĢP, Social-Democratic Party) and the Vēdzē-Ģiēnikē Pàrtiā (V-ĢP, Liberal-Democratic Party). The prime ministers were most often members of one of these parties, although other parties, such as the Katūvikē Enōnēa (KE, Catholic Union) had their chances too. After the restoration of parliament in 1997 the Protàşvētij Dēmukracieş (PD, Champions of the Republic) became more influential, although they had their moments already in the '80 as well.

Currently represented are:

  • Vēdzē-Ģiēnikē Pàrtiā (V-ĢP, Liberal-Democratic Party), 63 seats
  • Protàşvētij Dēmukracieş (PD, Champions of the Republic), 35 seats
  • Mōnarģisc Spundie (MS, Monarchist Union), 26 seats
  • Meso Vēdzō (MV, Centre Liberals), 24 seats
  • Kōdōdģē-Ģiēnikē Pàrtiā (K-ĢP, Social-Democratic Party), 23 seats
  • Irtiaziakē Pàrtiā ’02 (IP'02, Irtiazist Party), 21 seats
  • Kōdikē Pàrtiā (KP, Communist Party), 15 seats
  • Pàrtiā Rupiē Ìntegracii (PRÌ, Party for a European Integration), 4 seats
  • Pàrtiā Agurkoded (PA, Agrarian Party), 4 seats
  • Neē Kōdōdģē-Ģiēnikē Pàrtiā (NK-ĢP, New Social-Democratic Party), 4 seats
  • Spundie Socialisc Agurkoded (SSA, Union of Socialist Agrarians), 3 seats
  • Àvrā Gīdģeş (ÀG, Women's Forum), 3 seats
  • Katūvikē Enōnēa (KE, Catholic Union), 3 seats
  • Katedrā (Union of the Lectern), 1 seat

Some parties presented themselves with a joint list; on their own, they would not have been able to secure sufficient votes to make it into parliament.

Heads of state

Both Voskia and Gurdia have known periods of independency together and separately until 1912.

Second Voskian Kingdom

# king took office left office
1 king Rubertas (Robert) I 1201 1216
2 king Āfrec (Alfred) 1216 1219
3 king Rubertas (Robert) II jointly with Ugūz 1219 1229
4 king Ugūz (Hugo) jointly with Rubertas II 1219 1244
5 queen Adēva (Adele) (f) 1244 1251
6 king Piuvs (Philip) 1252 1269

First and Second Gurdian Kingdoms

The Second Gurdian Kingdom was established within the member state of Gurdia of the Confederacy of Gurdia, Greater Voskia, Korfu, Avaza and Evaģa. While king Şafer II managed to increase Gurdian influence in the entire Confederacy, his successors were quite incompetent, enabling the end of the Confederacy, the annexation of Voskia by the kingdom of Naples and later on, the annexation of Gurdia itself by the Ottoman Empire.

# king took office left office
1 king Gjergj 1466 1483
2 king Ali 1483 1492
3 king Şafer I 1492 1494
4 king Şalal 1495 1533
5 king Şafer II 1716 1734
6 king Şafer III 1734 1741
7 king Umar 1741 1750

Third Voskian Kingdom

At the Vienna Congress of 1815, it was decided that Voskia was to be a separate entity within the Kingdom of Two Sicilies. The subsequent Kingdom of Italy 'inherited' Voskia. In 1912, Gurdia was reconquered from the Ottoman Empire. Technically, the Third Voskian Kingdom came to an end in 1934 when it was fully annexed by Italy. It was restored in 1945 and replaced by the Fourth Kingdom of Voskia in 1946.

# king took office left office
1 king Pernādas (Ferdinand) I 8 December 1816 4 January 1825
2 king Prankiskus (Francis) I 4 January 1825 8 November 1830
3 king Pernādas (Ferdinand) II 8 November 1830 22 May 1859
4 king Prankiskus (Francis) II 22 May 1859 7 September 1860
Giuseppe Garibaldi interim 7 September 1860 8 November 1860
5 Viktors Emavēs (Victor Emanuel) I (II in Italy) 8 November 1860 9 January 1878
6 Ubertas (Hubert) I 9 January 1878 29 July 1900
7 Viktors Emavēs (Victor Emanuel) II (III in Italy) 29 July 1900 15 May 1934
Annexed by Italy 15 May 1934 24 September 1945
7 Viktors Emavēs (Victor Emanuel) II (III in Italy) 24 September 1945 9 May 1946
8 Ubertas (Hubert) II 9 May 1946 1 June 1946

Fourth Voskian Kingdom

The Fourth Voskian Kingdom lasted from 1946 until 1953, when it was changed into the Kingdom of the Vosks and the Gurds.

# king took office left office
1 Pernādas (Ferdinand) III 1 June 1946 10 June 1953

Kingdom of the Vosks and the Gurds

The Kingdom of the Vosks and the Gurds lasted from 1953 until the official abolishment of the monarchy in 1996. In 1993, the royal family had already been sent into exile by the military regime.

# king took office left office remarks
1 Pernādas (Ferdinand) III (Continued) 10 June 1953 16 August 1981
2 Luvidz (Louis) I 16 August 1981 30 December 1996 In exile since 17 April 1993
colonel Pāvus Kezimidz (dictator) 17 April 1993 17 December 1996 military regime
Timōģius Mirģiādis 18 December 1996 30 December 1996 transitional president

Republic of the Vosks and the Gurds

# president took office left office party
1 Timōģius Mirģiādis (Continued) 30 December 1996 18 February 1998 independent
2 Umberto Scuolz 18 February 1998 15 February 2006 Protàşvētij Dēmukracieş
3 Ādrea Zaşpuzic-Ēzvavs (f) 15 February 2006 19 February 2014 Protàşvētij Dēmukracieş
4 Başkim Arhali 19 February 2014 21 February 2018 Protàşvētij Dēmukracieş
5 Bautasars Kustādzas 21 February 2018 incumbent Vēdzē-Ģiēnikē Pàrtiā

Heads of government

# prime minister took office left office party
1 Pāvus Luzzatti 14 October 1946 12 May 1947 Vēdzē-Ģiēnikē Pàrtiā
12 May 1947 16 February 1948
2 Kuştātidus Guptas first time 16 February 1948 19 June 1948 Kōdōdģē-Ģiēnikē Pàrtiā
3 Nikuvaūs Rumārs 20 June 1948 3 February 1951 Vēdzē-Ģiēnikē Pàrtiā
4 Odişēs Lavzōc Ģozoş 3 February 1951 27 September 1952 Katūvikē Enōnēa
(2) Kuştātidus Guptas second time 27 September 1952 23 March 1955 Kōdōdģē-Ģiēnikē Pàrtiā
23 March 1955 9 October 1956
5 Mivius Helàdzēş 9 October 1956 12 December 1957 Katūvikē Enōnēa
6 Ģiōģius Erjudz first time 12 December 1957 11 March 1959 Kōdōdģē-Ģiēnikē Pàrtiā
11 March 1959 27 April 1960
27 April 1960 14 March 1962
7 Domenic Buria 14 March 1962 10 February 1964 Katūvikē Enōnēa
10 February 1964 21 January 1965
8 Viktor Martuçi 21 January 1965 20 January 1966 Vēdzē-Ģiēnikē Pàrtiā
(6) Ģiōģius Erjudz second time 20 January 1966 6 March 1968 Kōdōdģē-Ģiēnikē Pàrtiā
6 March 1968 29 February 1972
29 February 1972 5 April 1973
9 Sali Noð 5 April 1973 11 November 1973 Vēdzē-Ģiēnikē Pàrtiā
(6) Ģiōģius Erjudz third time 11 November 1973 8 March 1976 Kōdōdģē-Ģiēnikē Pàrtiā
8 March 1976 24 October 1979
10 Petrus Lavzōc Ģozoş 24 October 1979 22 February 1980 Vēdzē-Ģiēnikē Pàrtiā
22 February 1980 5 June 1980
11 Kastryt Ndoçi 5 June 1980 18 April 1982 Mōnarģisc Spundie
12 Umberto Scuolz 18 April 1982 29 August 1984 Protàşvētij Dēmukracieş
13 Giusep Ventsch first time 29 August 1984 26 July 1985 Vēdzē-Ģiēnikē Pàrtiā
(6) Ģiōģius Erjudz fourth time 26 July 1985 12 February 1986 Kōdōdģē-Ģiēnikē Pàrtiā
12 February 1986 2 April 1987
2 April 1987 23 May 1990
14 Markus Ādzatīvs 23 May 1990 15 May 1991 Mōnarģisc Spundie
15 Høgni Grímur Djurhuus 15 May 1991 20 November 1991 Protàşvētij Dēmukracieş
16 Giusep Ventsch second time 20 November 1991 17 April 1993 Vēdzē-Ģiēnikē Pàrtiā
no prime minister appointed 17 April 1993 19 February 1998
17 Ģiannis Irtiazus first time 19 February 1998 4 February 1999 Ģiēnikē Pàrtiā
18 Envars Bapiavs 4 February 1999 18 June 2000 Kōdōdģē-Ģiēnikē Pàrtiā
(17) Ģiannis Irtiazus second time 18 June 2000 19 October 2000 Ģiēnikē Pàrtiā
19 October 2000 8 April 2001
19 Pāvus Luva 8 April 2001 25 February 2002 Ģiēnikē Pàrtiā/Irtiaziakē Pàrtiā ’02
20 Ģiōģius Krugvavs 25 February 2002 15 June 2003 Kōdōdģē-Ģiēnikē Pàrtiā
15 June 2003 18 May 2004
21 Başkim Arhali first time 18 May 2004 8 February 2006 Protàşvētij Dēmukracieş
8 February 2006 13 April 2007
22 Gian Parpan 13 April 2007 2 April 2008 Vēdzē-Ģiēnikē Pàrtiā
(21) Başkim Arhali second time 2 April 2008 2 March 2010 Protàşvētij Dēmukracieş
2 March 2010 15 April 2013
23 Luçia Apavia 15 April 2013 6 February 2014 Vēdzē-Ģiēnikē Pàrtiā
6 February 2014 6 March 2018
6 March 2018 incumbent


period 2004 - 2006 2006 - 2007 2007 - 2008 2008 - 2010
prime minister Başkim Arhali (PD/Grd) Başkim Arhali (PD/Grd) Gian Parpan (V-ĢP/Rom) Başkim Arhali (PD/Grd)
coalition PD, IP'02, MV, Katedrā, V-ĢP, KE, MS, ĢĢ'97, PA, PD, IP'02, MV, MS, V-ĢP V-ĢP, NK-ĢP, IP'02, K-ĢP, Katedrā, KE, PA, MV PD, V-ĢP, MS, KP, MV, PA
domestic affairs Kuştātidus Larkizas (PD/Vos) Kuştātidus Larkizas (PD/Vos) Maryta Şnymeri-Buzd (f, NK-ĢP/Grd) Ģiōģius Peziģas (V-ĢP/Vos)
foreign affairs Pāvus Luva (IP'02/Vos) Pāvus Luva (IP'02/Vos) Pāvus Luva (IP'02/Vos) Arben Berişa (MV/Grd)
communication Arben Hoşi (PD/Grd) Arben Hoşi (PD/Grd) Margrita Urvavdzas (f, K-ĢP/Vos) Gjergj Prekpalaj (KP/Grd)
culture, sports and tourism Margrit Tramèr-Tscholl (f, MV/Rom) Reto Largiadèr (MV/Rom) Giusep Campell (Katedrā/Rom) Arfita Oketa (PD/Grd)
defense Peter Dudli (Katedrā/Rom) Pjetra Arvnuri (f, MS/Grd) Suzana Sulka (f, KE/Grd) Giusep Aliesch (MS/Rom)
economic affairs Pernādas Majyģiūz (PD/Vos) Pernādas Majyģiūz (PD/Vos) Kuştātidus Benizģiūz (K-ĢP/Vos) Pernādas Majyģiūz (PD/Vos)
finance Domenic Parpan (IP'02/Rom) Domenic Parpan (IP'02/Rom) Domenic Parpan (IP'02/Rom) Mirlinda Aldaşi-Ryli (f, MS/Grd)
justice Kastryt Başoloja (V-ĢP/Grd) Kastryt Başoloja (V-ĢP/Grd) Kastryt Başoloja (V-ĢP/Grd) Kastryt Başoloja (V-ĢP/Grd)
agriculture Maģia Helàdzēş-Mazadavs (f, KE/Vos) Markus Āģas (MV/Vos) Markus Āģas (MV/Vos) Mazēs Pāvuşiūz (PA/Vos)
media Monika Erhiçani (f, MS/Grd) Arben Þartanaj (V-ĢP/Grd) Arben Þartanaj (V-ĢP/Grd) Enkelyd Şuveli (MV/Grd)
nature and environment Ģiannis Artūzēs (ĢĢ'97/Vos) Ģiōģius Juvus (IP'02/Vos) Ēzinē Barjylevs-Larkizas (f, K-ĢP/Vos) Markus Viģkavs Avazes (PD/Vos)
education Arben Þartanaj (V-ĢP/Grd) Maģia Urtidzas-Ūvavs (f, MV/Vos) Maģia Urtidzas-Ūvavs (f, MV/Vos) Viktor Evrius (PD/Vos)
spatial planning Mazēs Pāvuşiūz (PA/Vos) Şafer Buşati (PD/Grd) Mazēs Pāvuşiūz (PA/Vos) Kirkē Avius-Erjudz (f, V-ĢP/Vos)
social affairs Ādrea Zaşpuzic-Ēzvavs (f, PD/Vos) Kristofor Kore (V-ĢP/Grd) Maģia Helàdzēş-Mazadavs (f, KE/Vos) Reto Largiadèr (MV/Rom)
traffic Barbara Cotschals (f, MV/Rom) Barbara Cotschals (f, MV/Rom) Gjergj Ndoçi (Katedrā/Grd) Ģianniē Jakc (f, MS/Vos)
public health Ģianniē Matravs-Kazvēs (f, MS/Vos) Ģianniē Matravs-Kazvēs (f, MS/Vos) Vincent Vetsch (K-ĢP/Rom) Albert Clavadetscher (PD/Rom)
housing Viktor Noð (KE/Grd) Giusep Aliesch (MS/Rom) Elenē Aştūģiuvs (V-ĢP/Vos) Elenē Aştūģiuvs (V-ĢP/Vos)
Voskian-Gurdian integration Gian Parpan (V-ĢP/Rom) Gian Parpan (V-ĢP/Rom) Florjan Şegu (MV/Grd) Florjan Şegu (MV/Grd)

period 2010 - 2013 2013 - 2014 2014 - 2018 since 6 March 2018
prime minister Başkim Arhali (PD/Grd) Luçia Apavia (f, V-ĢP/Vos) Luçia Apavia (f, V-ĢP/Vos) Luçia Apavia (f, V-ĢP/Vos)
coalition 1. PD, V-ĢP, MV, PA until Jan. '13 V-ĢP, MV, MS, IP'02 V-ĢP, MV, MS, PRÌ, NK-ĢP, AG V-ĢP, PD, MV
2. PD, V-ĢP, MV, PA Jan. - Mar. '13
3. PD, MV, PA since March '13
domestic affairs 1. Ģiōģius Peziģas (V-ĢP/Vos) Lukas Kvāzd (MV/Vos) Lukas Kvāzd (MV/Vos) Viktor Evrius (PD/Vos)
2. & 3. Lukas Kvāzd (MV/Vos)
foreign affairs 1. Eveline Riedi-Capaul (f, PA/Rom) Luvidz Ūrtiazes (V-ĢP/Vos) Hasan Aliçka (PRÌ/Grd) Melpomenì Kerenģi-Çafa (f, MV/Grd)
2. Luvidz Ūrtiazes (V-ĢP/Vos)
3. Kristofor Buşati (PD/Grd) acting
communication Kristofor Buşati (PD/Grd) Enkelyd Şuveli (MV/Grd) Enkelyd Şuveli (MV/Grd) Şafer Prifti (V-ĢP/Grd)
culture, sports and tourism 1. Arfita Oketa (f, PD/Grd) Peter Bezzola (MS/Rom) Peter Bezzola (MS/Rom) Anna Bruģiūz-Lividz (f, PD/Vos)
2. & 3. Nure Donàs (PA/Grd)
defense Aleksander Fraşyr (MV/Grd) Aleksander Fraşyr (MV/Grd) Kastryt Çaçi (V-ĢP/Grd) Kastryt Çaçi (V-ĢP/Grd)
economic affairs 1. & 2. Perikli Hajadragi (V-ĢP/Grd) Domenic Parpan (IP'02/Rom) Mirlinda Aldaşi-Ryli (f, MS/Grd) Hercli Planta (V-ĢP/Rom)
3. Pernādas Majyģiūz (PD/Vos) acting
finance Pernādas Majyģiūz (PD/Vos) Mirlinda Aldaşi-Ryli (f, MS/Grd) Pāvus Ezividz (V-ĢP/Vos) Barbara Cadosch (PD/Rom)
justice 1. Lukas Kvāzd (MV/Vos) Maģia Ōziūs (f, IP'02/Vos) Luvidz Ūrtiazes (V-ĢP/Vos) Luvidz Ūrtiazes (V-ĢP/Vos)
2. & 3. Viktor Evrius (PD/Vos)
agriculture Mazēs Pāvuşiūz (PA/Vos) Gian Liesch (IP'02/Rom) Maģia-Luçia Rūģeca (f, V-ĢP/Vos) Maģia-Luçia Rūģeca (f, V-ĢP/Vos)
media Enkelyd Şuveli (MV/Grd) Ibrahim Haşi (V-ĢP/Grd) Ibrahim Haşi (V-ĢP/Grd) Kristofor Buşati (PD/Grd)
nature and environment 1. & 2. Kirkē Avius-Erjudz (f, V-ĢP/Vos) Kirkē Avius-Erjudz (f, V-ĢP/Vos) Kirkē Avius-Erjudz (f, V-ĢP/Vos) Kirkē Avius-Erjudz (f, V-ĢP/Vos)
3. Mazēs Pāvuşiūz (PA/Vos) acting
education Şazvus Puntokc (MV/Vos) Fatmir Halai Vrioni (MS/Grd) Fatmir Halai Vrioni (MS/Grd) Enkelyd Şuveli (MV/Grd)
spatial planning Reto Largiadèr (MV/Rom) Gjon Paţa Tyrtul (MS/Grd) Piupa Saçadz-Anģelotti (f, MS/Vos) Arben Kyllezi (PD/Grd)
social affairs Maryta Kerençi-Şafa (f, PD/Grd) Elenē Aştūģiuvs (f, V-ĢP/Vos) Elenē Aştūģiuvs (f, V-ĢP/Vos) Albert Clavadetscher (PD/Rom)
traffic 1. & 2. Luçia Apavia (f, V-ĢP/Vos) Şafer Islami (IP'02/Grd) Fatos Kelmendi (MV/Grd) Ibrahim Haşi (V-ĢP/Grd)
3. Reto Largiadèr (MV/Rom) acting
public health Albert Clavadetscher (PD/Rom) Melita Angielli-Karakaçi (f, MV/Grd) Melita Angielli-Karakaçi (f, MV/Grd) Melita Angielli-Karakaçi (f, MV/Grd)
housing 1. & 2. Elenē Aştūģiuvs (f, V-ĢP/Vos) Giusep Aliesch (MS/Rom) Giusep Aliesch (MS/Rom) Flurin L'Orsa (PD/Rom)
3. Maryta Kerençi-Şafa (f, PD/Grd) act.
Voskian-Gurdian integration 1. Viktor Evrius (PD/Vos) Şazvus Puntokc (MV/Vos) Şazvus Puntokc (MV/Vos) Şazvus Puntokc (MV/Vos)
2. & 3. Şefèk Gercuţi (PA/Grd)
equal rights and minorities - - Elvana Tukyţi (f, AG/Grd) Liōz Kvazyvius (V-ĢP/Vos)
anti-corruption - - Linard Cavizzel (NK-ĢP/Rom) Rubertas Mazadavs (V-ĢP/Vos)

The government of Başkim Arhali started after the elections in 2010, but was altered in January 2013 after the resignation of foreign minister Eveline Riedi-Capaul, and again in March 2013, after the ministers of the V-ĢP left the government following the withdrawal of that party's support; the V-ĢP portfolios were temporarily filled in by other government ministers.