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Wikidata-logo.svg Petrus Pellegrini
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Petrus Pellegrini: imago
Nativitas: 6 Octobris 1975; Neosolium
Patria: Slovacia

Officium

Officium: Member of the National Council of the Slovak Republic, Prime Minister of Slovakia, Representative of the Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe
Munus: Politicus

Consociatio

Factio: SMER – Social Democracy

Petrus, vulgo Peter Pellegrini (Neosolii natus die 6 Octobris 1975) est politicus Slovaciae.

Alumnus est universitatis Matthiae Belii in urbe nativa et universitatis technicae Cassoviensis. Legatus est consilio nationali Slovacensi ab anno 2006. Ab 2012 secretatrius civicus a vectigalibus, anno 2014 breve temporis spatium minister ab eruditione, a die 25 Novembris 2014 orator consilii nationalis, denuo a die 23 Martii 2016 minister a vectigalibus factus est, primo ministro Roberto Fico. Quo officium suum renuntiante, Petrus Pellegrini primus minister nominatus die 22 Martii 2018 rite inductus est.

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Consilium ministrorum Slovacicum Roberti Fico et Petri Pellegrini 2012–
Thomas Borec (2012–2016) • Romanus Brecely (2016) • Dušan Čaplovič (2012–2014) • Gulielmus Čislák (2014–2016) • Georgius Draxler (2014–2016) • Árpád Érsek (2016–) • Robertus Fico (2012–2018) • Petrus Gajdoš (2016–) • Gábor Gál (2018–) • Martinus Glváč (2012–2016) • Basilius Hudák (2015–2016) • Lubomirus Jahnátek (2012–2016) • Andrea Kalavská (2018–) • Robertus Kaliňák (2012–2018) • Ladislaus Kamenický (futurus) • Petrus Kažimír (2012–2019) • Miroslaus Lajčák • Ľubica Laššáková (2018–) • Martina Lubyová (2017–) • Marek Maďarič (2012–2018) • Thomas Malatinský (2012–2014) • Gabriela Matečná (2016–) • Paulus Pavlis (2014–2015) • Petrus Pellegrini (2014, 2016–) • Petrus Plavčan (2016–2017) • Ioannes Počiatek (2012–2016) • Ricardus Raši (2018–) • Ioannes Richter (2012–2018) • Ladislaus Sólymos (2016–) • Lubomirus Vážny (2012–2016) • Petrus Žiga • Lucia Žitňanská (2016–2018) • Susanna Zvolenská (2012–2014)