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Hans-Peter Tschudi


In office
December 17, 1959 – December 31, 1973
Preceded by Giuseppe Lepori
Succeeded by Willi Ritschard

In office
01 January 1970 – 31 December 1970
Vice President Rudolf Gnägi
Preceded by Ludwig von Moos
Succeeded by Rudolf Gnägi
In office
01 January 1965 – 31 December 1965
Vice President Hans Schaffner
Preceded by Ludwig von Moos
Succeeded by Hans Schaffner

In office
December 17, 1959 – December 31, 1973
Preceded by Philipp Etter
Succeeded by Hans Hürlimann

Born October 22, 1913(1913-10-22)
Basel, Switzerland
Died September 30, 2002 (aged 88)
Basel, Switzerland
Political party SP
Spouse(s) Irma Tschudi
Alma mater University of Basel

Hans-Peter Tschudi (October 22, 1913 - September 30, 2002) was a Swiss politician and member of the Swiss Federal Council (1959-1973) heading the Department of Home Affairs (Swiss interior minister).

Tschudi was a member of the Cantonal Government of Basel-City from 1953 to 1959. He was affiliated to the Social Democratic Party. From 1956, he represented the canton of Basel-City in the Swiss Council of States, until he was elected to the Federal Council of Switzerland on December 17, 1959.

During his time in office he held the Department of Home Affairs and was President of the Confederation twice in 1965 and 1970.

Tschudi handed over office on December 31, 1973.

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Preceded by
Giuseppe Lepori
Member of the Swiss Federal Council
1959–1973
Succeeded by
Willy Ritschard
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