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Robert Comtesse (14 August 1847 – 17 November 1922) was a Swiss politician and member of the Swiss Federal Council (1899-1912). He was elected to the Federal Council of Switzerland on 14 December 1899 and resigned on 4 March 1912. He was affiliated to the Free Democratic Party. While in office he held the following departments: Department of Finance (1900) Department of Justice and Police (1901) Department of Posts and Railways (1902) Department of Finance (1903) Political Department as President of the Confederation (1904) Department of Finance (1905 - 1909) Political Department as President of the Confederation (1910) Department of Finance (1911) Department of Posts and Railways (1912) "Quai Robert-Comtesse" in Neuchâtel and "Rue Robert-Comtesse" in Cernier are named after Comtesse. External links Profile of Robert Comtesse with election results on the website of the Swiss Federal Council. Robert Comtesse in German, French and Italian in the online Historical Dictionary of Switzerland. Preceded by Ludwig Forrer President of the National Council 1893/1894 Succeeded by Ernst Brenner Preceded by Adrien Lachenal Member of the Swiss Federal Council 1899–1912 Succeeded by Louis Perrier v · d · ePresidents of Switzerland (list) 1848 – 1874 Furrer · Druey · Munzinger · Furrer · Naeff · Frey-Herosé · Furrer · Stämpfli · Fornerod · Furrer · Stämpfli · Frey-Herosé · Knüsel · Stämpfli · Fornerod · Dubs · Schenk · Knüsel · Fornerod · Dubs · Welti · Dubs · Schenk · Welti · Cérésole · Schenk 1875 – 1899 Scherer · Welti · Heer · Schenk · Hammer · Welti · Anderwert · Droz · Bavier · Ruchonnet · Welti · Schenk · Deucher · Droz · Hertenstein · Hammer · Ruchonnet · Welti · Hauser · Schenk · Frey · Zemp · Lachenal · Deucher · Ruffy · Müller 1900 – 1924 Hauser · Brenner · Zemp · Deucher · Comtesse · Ruchet · Forrer · Müller · Brenner · Deucher · Comtesse · Ruchet · Forrer · Müller · Hoffmann · Motta · Decoppet · Schulthess · Calonder · Ador · Motta · Schulthess · Haab · Scheurer · Chuard 1925 – 1949 Musy · Häberlin · Motta · Schulthess · Haab · Musy · Häberlin · Motta · Schulthess · Pilet-Golaz · Minger · Meyer · Motta · Baumann · Etter · Pilet-Golaz · Wetter · Etter · E. Celio · Stampfli · von Steiger · Kobelt · Etter · E. Celio · Nobs 1950 – 1974 Petitpierre · Steiger · Kobelt · Etter · Rubattel · Petitpierre · Feldmann · Streuli · Holenstein · Chaudet · Petitpierre · Wahlen · Chaudet · Spühler · von Moos · Tschudi · Schaffner · Bonvin · Spühler · von Moos · Tschudi · Gnägi · N. Celio · Bonvin · Brugger 1975 – 1999 Graber · Gnägi · Furgler · Ritschard · Hürlimann · Chevallaz · Furgler · Honegger · Aubert · Schlumpf · Furgler · Egli · Aubert · Stich · Delamuraz · Koller · Cotti · Felber · Ogi · Stich · Villiger · Delamuraz · Koller · Cotti · Dreifuss 2000 – present Ogi · Leuenberger · Villiger · Couchepin · Deiss · Schmid · Leuenberger · Calmy-Rey · Couchepin · Merz · Leuthard · Calmy-Rey Wikimedia Commons has media related to: Robert Comtesse Persondata Name Comtesse, Robert Alternative names Short description Date of birth 14 August 1847 Place of birth Date of death 17 November 1922 Place of death This article about a Swiss politician is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it.v · d · e