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Minister-President: Quiz

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Question 1: The Ministerpräsident is the head of government of a German state; the office corresponds to the governorship of a state in the ________.
CanadaAlaskaUnited StatesPhilippines

Question 2: The term is also used in ________, to describe the head of government of a Belgian region or linguistic community.
United KingdomSpainDenmarkBelgium

Question 3: An agreement between the parties CDU and CSU, which leaves the state of ________ to the CSU while the CDU operates in all other states, puts the Ministerpräsident of Bavaria in a special position.
AugsburgRegensburgBavariaMunich

Question 4: Note: All heads of the Länder governments are called Ministerpräsident/-in, with the exceptions of the city-states of ________, Bremen, and Hamburg.
TallinnLondonStockholmBerlin

Question 5: In the ________ the prime minister is officially referred to as "minister-president", though normally "premier" is used.
PolandGreeceNetherlandsGermany

Question 6: The governor of a state is called Landeshauptmann (male) or ________ (female), not Ministerpräsident/-in.
AustriaSalzburg (state)Carinthia (state)Landeshauptmann

Question 7: There the heads of state government are called Regierender Bürgermeister (Governing Mayor) of Berlin, Bürgermeister und Präsident des Senats (Mayor and President of the Senate) of Bremen, and Erster Bürgermeister (First ________) of Hamburg.
MayorMunicipalityGermanyLondon

Question 8: Since the ________ reflects the gender in the nouns, the female version of Ministerpräsident would be Ministerpräsidentin.
Spanish languageRomanian languageDutch languageGerman language

Question 9: It is an alternative term for ________ or First Minister, and very similar to the title of President of the Council.
Angela MerkelGordon BrownPrime ministerSilvio Berlusconi

Question 10: In ________, Vidkun Quisling, head of the government from 1942 to 1945 during the German occupation in World War II, held the title of Minister-President (in Norwegian, ministerpresident).
PolandUnited StatesNorwayGreece







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