Brundtland's Third Cabinet

Brundtland's Third Cabinet was a minority, Labour Government of Norway. It succeeded the H-Sp-KrF Cabinet Syse, and sat between 3 November 1990 and 25 October 1996.[1] It was replaced by the Labour Cabinet Jagland. The cabinet was active during two parliaments, both 1989–93 and 1993–97. Brundtlands third cabinet had the following composition.

Brundtland's Third Cabinet
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Cabinet of Norway
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Date formed3 November 1990
Date dissolved25 October 1996
People and organisations
Head of stateOlav V of Norway
Harald V of Norway
Head of governmentGro Harlem Brundtland
Total no. of members39
Member partyLabour Party
Status in legislatureCentre-left
Opposition partyConservative Party
Progress Party
Christian Democratic Party
History
Election(s)1993 parliamentary election
Legislature term(s)1989-1993
1993-1997
PredecessorSyse's Cabinet
SuccessorJagland's Cabinet

Cabinet membersEdit

Portfolio Minister Took office Left office Party
Prime MinisterGro Harlem Brundtland3 November 199025 October 1996 Labour
Minister of Foreign AffairsThorvald Stoltenberg3 November 19902 April 1993 Labour
Johan Jørgen Holst2 April 199313 January 1994[a] Labour
Bjørn Tore Godal24 January 199425 October 1996 Labour
Minister of Finance and CustomsSigbjørn Johnsen3 November 199025 October 1996 Labour
Minister of DefenceJohan Jørgen Holst3 November 19902 April 1993 Labour
Jørgen Kosmo2 April 199325 October 1996 Labour
Minister of Justice and the PoliceKari Gjesteby3 November 19904 September 1992 Labour
Grete Faremo4 September 199225 October 1996 Labour
Minister of Transport and CommunicationsKjell Opseth3 November 199025 October 1996 Labour
Minister of Local Government
Minister of Nordic Cooperation
Kjell Borgen3 November 19904 September 1992 Labour
Gunnar Berge4 September 199225 October 1996 Labour
Minister of Education and ResearchGudmund Hernes3 November 199022 December 1995 Labour
Reidar Sandal22 December 199525 October 1996 Labour
Minister of CultureÅse Kleveland3 November 199025 October 1996 Labour
Minister of HealthWerner Christie4 September 199222 December 1995 Labour
Gudmund Hernes22 December 199525 October 1996 Labour
Minister of Social AffairsTove Veierød3 November 19904 September 1992 Labour
Grete Knudsen4 September 199224 January 1994 Labour
Hill-Marta Solberg24 January 199425 October 1996 Labour
Minister of Children and Family AffairsMatz Sandman3 November 199015 November 1991 Labour
Grete Berget15 November 199125 October 1996 Labour
Minister of AgricultureGunhild Øyangen3 November 199025 October 1996 Labour
Minister of Industry[b]Ole Knapp3 November 19904 September 1992 Labour
Finn Kristensen4 September 19927 October 1993 Labour
Jens Stoltenberg7 October 199325 October 1996 Labour
Minister of Trade and ShippingEldrid Nordbø3 November 199015 November 1991 Labour
Bjørn Tore Godal15 November 199124 January 1994 Labour
Grete Knudsen24 January 199425 October 1996 Labour
Minister of Government Administration and LabourTove S. Gerhardsen3 November 19904 September 1992 Labour
Oddny Aleksandersen4 September 19927 October 1993 Labour
Nils Olav Totland7 October 199325 October 1996 Labour
Minister of International DevelopmentGrete Faremo3 November 19904 September 1992 Labour
Kari Nordheim-Larsen4 September 199225 October 1996 Labour
Minister of the EnvironmentThorbjørn Berntsen3 November 199025 October 1996 Labour
Minister of Petroleum and EnergyFinn Kristensen3 November 199031 December 1992 Labour
Minister of FisheriesOddrun Pettersen3 November 19904 September 1992 Labour
Jan Henry T. Olsen4 September 199225 October 1996 Labour

See alsoEdit

NotesEdit

  1. ^ Died in office.
  2. ^ Industry and Energy from 1993 to 1996.

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Gro Harlem Brundtlands tredje regjering Regjeringen.no. Retrieved 25 September 2013 (in Norwegian)
Preceded by Norwegian Council of State
1990–1996
Succeeded by