71st Cabinet of Finland
|Date formed||22 June 2010|
|Date dissolved||22 June 2011|
|People and organisations|
|Head of state||Tarja Halonen|
|Head of government||Mari Kiviniemi|
|Member parties||Centre Party|
National Coalition Party
Swedish People's Party
|Status in legislature||Majority |
125 / 200 (63%)
|Election(s)||2007 Finnish parliamentary election|
|Predecessor||Vanhanen II Cabinet|
The Kiviniemi Cabinet was a centre-right coalition government composed of the Centre Party, the National Coalition, the Green League, and the Swedish People's Party. There were 12 women and 8 men in the cabinet, which made it the second cabinet in Finnish history with female majority. The Kiviniemi cabinet also had more ministers than any of its predecessors; it had 20 ministers, while the former cabinet had 18.
- "Kiviniemi named Finland's prime minister". POLITICO. 22 June 2010. Retrieved 23 November 2017.