Jäätteenmäki Cabinet

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The cabinet of Anneli Jäätteenmäki was the 68th government of Finland. The cabinet was in office from 17 April 2003 to 24 June 2003.[1] It was a majority coalition government headed by Prime Minister Anneli Jäätteenmäki. The cabinet was formed by three parties: the Centre Party, the Social Democratic Party, and the Swedish People's Party.

Jäätteenmäki's Cabinet
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68th Cabinet of Finland
Date formed17 April 2003
Date dissolved24 June 2003
People and organisations
Head of stateTarja Halonen
Head of governmentAnneli Jäätteenmäki
Member partiesCentre Party
Social Democratic Party
Swedish People's Party
History
PredecessorLipponen II Cabinet
SuccessorVanhanen I Cabinet

Lasting only 69 days, the Jäätteenmäki cabinet is the fourth-shortest-lived cabinet in Finnish history. The cabinet was dissolved by the Prime Minister due to her involvement in the Iraq leak scandal. The succeeding government, the Vanhanen I Cabinet, was based on the same coalition.

MinistersEdit

Portfolio Minister Took office Left office Party
Prime Minister Anneli Jäätteenmäki17 April 200324 June 2003Centre
Minister deputising for the Prime Minister Antti Kalliomäki17 April 200324 June 2003Social Democratic
Minister at the Prime Minister's Office Paula Lehtomäki17 April 200324 June 2003Centre
Minister for Foreign Affairs Erkki Tuomioja17 April 200324 June 2003Social Democratic
Minister for Foreign Trade and Development Paula Lehtomäki17 April 200324 June 2003Centre
Minister at the Ministry for Foreign Affairs Jan-Erik Enestam17 April 200324 June 2003Swedish People's
Minister of Justice Johannes Koskinen17 April 200324 June 2003Social Democratic
Minister of the Interior Kari Rajamäki17 April 200324 June 2003Social Democratic
Minister of Regional and Municipal Affairs Hannes Manninen17 April 200324 June 2003Centre
Minister of Defence Matti Vanhanen17 April 200324 June 2003Centre
Minister of Finance Antti Kalliomäki17 April 200324 June 2003Social Democratic
Coordinate Minister of Finance Ulla-Maj Wideroos17 April 200324 June 2003Swedish People's
Minister of Education Tuula Haatainen17 April 200324 June 2003Social Democratic
Minister of Agriculture and Forestry Juha Korkeaoja17 April 200324 June 2003Centre
Minister of Transport and Communications Leena Luhtanen17 April 200324 June 2003Social Democratic
Minister of Trade and Industry Mauri Pekkarinen17 April 200324 June 2003Centre
Minister at the Ministry of Trade and Industry Paula Lehtomäki17 April 200324 June 2003Centre
Minister of Social Affairs and Health Sinikka Mönkäre17 April 200324 June 2003Social Democratic
Minister of Health and Social Services Liisa Hyssälä17 April 200324 June 2003Centre
Minister of Labour Tarja Filatov17 April 200324 June 2003Social Democratic
Minister of the Environment Jan-Erik Enestam17 April 200324 June 2003Swedish People's
Minister at the Ministry of the Environment Hannes Manninen17 April 200324 June 2003Centre
Preceded by
Paavo Lipponen's second Cabinet
Cabinet of Finland
April 17, 2003 - June 24, 2003
Succeeded by
Matti Vanhanen's first cabinet

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Composition of a certain government, 68. Jäätteenmäki". Valtioneuvosto. Retrieved 2018-01-02.