Holkeri Cabinet

The cabinet of Harri Holkeri was the 64th government of Finland, which existed from 30 April 1987 to 26 April 1991.[1] It was a majority government formed by the National Coalition Party, the Social Democratic Party, the Swedish People's Party, and the Rural Party. The cabinet's Prime Minister was Harri Holkeri. The Rural Party left the coalition in August 1990 because it disagreed with the government's pension funding plan.

Holkeri's Cabinet
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64th Cabinet of Finland
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Date formed30 April 1987
Date dissolved26 April 1991
People and organisations
Head of stateMauno Koivisto
Head of governmentHarri Holkeri
Member partySocial Democratic Party
National Coalition Party
Swedish People's Party
Rural Party
History
Election(s)1987 parliamentary election
PredecessorSorsa IV Cabinet

MinistersEdit

Minister Time in office Party
Prime Minister
Harri Holkeri

30 April 1987 – 26 April 1991
National Coalition Party
Minister of Foreign Affairs, Deputy Prime Minister
Kalevi Sorsa
Pertti Paasio

30 April 1987 – 31 January 1989
1 February 1989 – 26 April 1991
Social Democratic Party
Minister of Justice
Matti Louekoski
Tarja Halonen

30 April 1987 – 28 February 1990
1 March 1990 – 26 April 1991
Social Democratic Party
Minister of the Interior
Jarmo Rantanen

30 April 1987 – 26 April 1991
Social Democratic Party
Minister of Defence
Ole Norrback
Elisabeth Rehn

30 April 1987 – 13 June 1990
13 June 1990 – 26 April 1991
Swedish People's Party
Minister of Finance
Erkki Liikanen
Matti Louekoski

30 April 1987 – 28 February 1990
1 March 1990 – 26 April 1991

Social Democratic Party
Minister of Education
Christoffer Taxell
Ole Norrback

30 April 1987 – 13 June 1990
14 June 1990 – 26 April 1991

Swedish People's Party
Minister of Agriculture and Forestry
Toivo T. Pohjala

30 April 1987 – 26 April 1991
National Coalition Party.
Minister of Transport
Pekka Vennamo
Raimo Vistbacka
Ilkka Kanerva

30 April 1987 – 30 September 1989
1 October 1989 – 28 August 1990
28 August 1990 – 26 April 1991
Rural Party
National Coalition Party.
Minister of Trade and Industry
(Soviet trade)
Ilkka Suominen

30 April 1987 – 26 April 1991
National Coalition Party
Minister of Social Affairs and Health
Helena Pesola
Mauri Miettinen

30 April 1987 – 31 December 1989
1 January 1990 – 26 April 1991

National Coalition Party
Minister of Labour
Matti Puhakka

30 April 1987 – 26 April 1991

Social Democratic Party
Minister of Environment
Kaj Bärlund

30 April 1987 – 26 April 1991

Social Democratic Party
Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs
Pertti Salolainen

30 April 1987 – 26 April 1991

National Coalition Party
Minister at Council of State (administration reforms)
Ilkka Kanerva

30 April 1987 – 28 August 1990

National Coalition Party
Minister of Interior (Regional policy)
Erkki Liikanen
Matti Puhakka

8 May 1987 – 28 February 1990
1 March 1990 – 26 April 1991

Social Democratic Party
Minister of Education (Cultural issues)
Minister of Transport and Communications
Anna-Liisa Kasurinen

30 April 1987 – 26 April 1991
Social Democratic Party
Minister of Finance (taxation issues)
Ulla Puolanne

30 April 1987 – 26 April 1991

National Coalition Party
Minister at the Ministry of Social Affairs and Health
Tarja Halonen
Tuulikki Hämäläinen

30 April 1987 – 28 February 1990
1 March 1990 – 26 April 1991

Social Democratic Party
Preceded by Cabinet of Finland
30 April 1987 – 26 April 1991
Succeeded by

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Composition of a certain government, 64. Holkeri". Valtioneuvosto. Retrieved 2017-12-13.