Bahr Halvorsen's First Cabinet

Bahr Halvorsen's First Cabinet governed Norway between 21 June 1920 and 22 June 1921. The Conservative and Free-minded Liberal Party cabinet was led by Otto Bahr Halvorsen. It had the following composition:

Bahr Halvorsen's First Cabinet
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Cabinet of Norway
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Prime Minister Bahr Halvorsen.
Date formed21 June 1920
Date dissolved22 June 1921
People and organisations
Head of stateHaakon VII of Norway
Head of governmentOtto Bahr Halvorsen
No. of ministers10
Member partyConservative Party
Free-minded Liberal Party
Status in legislatureMinority
History
Legislature term(s)1922–1925
Incoming formationChange of government after crisis
Outgoing formationGovernment crisis
PredecessorKnudsen's Second Cabinet
SuccessorBlehr's Second Cabinet

Cabinet membersEdit

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Portfolio Minister Took office Left office Party
Prime Minister
Minister of Justice and the Police
Otto Bahr Halvorsen21 June 192022 June 1921 Conservative
Minister of Foreign AffairsChristian Fredrik Michelet21 June 192022 June 1921 Conservative
Minister of Finance and CustomsEdvard Hagerup Bull21 June 192022 June 1921 Conservative
Minister of DefenceKarl Wilhelm Wefring21 June 192022 June 1921 Free-minded
Minister of AgricultureGunder Anton Jahren21 June 192022 June 1921 Conservative
Minister of Education and Church AffairsNils Riddervold Jensen21 June 192022 June 1921 Conservative
Minister of TradeGerdt Henrik M. Bruun21 June 192022 June 1921 Conservative
Minister of LabourCornelius Middelthon21 June 192022 June 1921 Conservative
Minister of Social AffairsOdd Klingenberg21 June 192022 June 1921 Conservative
Minister of ProvisioningJohan Henrik Rye Holmboe21 June 192022 June 1921 Free-minded

State SecretaryEdit

Not to be confused with the modern title State Secretary. The old title State Secretary, used between 1814 and 1925, is now known as Secretary to the Government (Regjeringsråd).[2]

State Secretary Period[1]
Nils Otto Hesselberg 21 June 1920 - 1 October 1920
Hans Severin Fürst 1 October 1920 - 22 June 1921

ReferencesEdit

NotesEdit

  1. ^ a b Unless otherwise noted, the period was 21 June 1920 - 22 June 1921
  2. ^ Secretary to the Council of State since 1814 - Government.no