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  • The Government

    The Government of the Principality of Liechtenstein, with its seat in Vaduz, is the highest executive body of the country, responsible both to Parliament and to the Reigning Prince. It is structured as a collegial Government, consisting of the Prime Minister and four Ministers. All five members of the Government are proposed by Parliament and appointed by the Reigning Prince. A legislative term lasts four years.

  • Presidency of the Council of Europe

    For the third time after 1987 and 2001, Liechtenstein holds the presidency of the Committee of Ministers of the Council of Europe for six months from 15 November 2023. This opens another significant chapter in the history of Liechtenstein's foreign policy.

Press releases

  • Wednesday, 10. July 2024
    The Government adopts reports and motions on the redesign of supervisory law for banks and investment firms
  • Wednesday, 10. July 2024
    Extension of strategic gas reserve
  • Tuesday, 9. July 2024
    The Government adopts report and motion on amendment of the AEOI Act, the FATCA Act, and other laws

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