Kiviniemi Cabinet

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The cabinet of Mari Kiviniemi was Finland's 71st government. It was appointed by President Tarja Halonen on 22 June 2010. The cabinet's Prime Minister was Mari Kiviniemi.[1]

Kiviniemi's Cabinet
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71st Cabinet of Finland
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Date formed22 June 2010
Date dissolved22 June 2011
People and organisations
Head of stateTarja Halonen
Head of governmentMari Kiviniemi
Member partiesCentre Party
National Coalition Party
Green League
Swedish People's Party
History
PredecessorVanhanen II Cabinet
SuccessorKatainen 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.

It was succeeded by the cabinet of Jyrki Katainen on 22 June 2011.

MinistersEdit

Portfolio Minister Took office Left office Party
Prime Minister Mari Kiviniemi22 June 201022 June 2011Centre
Minister of Finance
Deputy Prime Minister
 Jyrki Katainen22 June 201022 June 2011National Coalition
Minister for Foreign Affairs Alexander Stubb22 June 201022 June 2011National Coalition
Minister for Foreign Trade and Development Paavo Väyrynen22 June 201022 June 2011Centre
Minister of Justice Tuija Brax22 June 201022 June 2011Green League
Minister of the Interior Anne Holmlund22 June 201022 June 2011National Coalition
Minister of Immigration and European Affairs Astrid Thors22 June 201022 June 2011Swedish People's
Minister of Defence Jyri Häkämies22 June 201022 June 2011National Coalition
Minister of Public Administration and Local Government Tapani Tölli22 June 201022 June 2011Centre
Minister of Education Henna Virkkunen22 June 201022 June 2011National Coalition
Minister of Culture and Sport Stefan Wallin22 June 201022 June 2011Swedish People's
Minister of Agriculture and Forestry Sirkka-Liisa Anttila22 June 201022 June 2011Centre
Minister of Transport Anu Vehviläinen22 June 201022 June 2011Centre
Minister of Communications Suvi Lindén22 June 201022 June 2011National Coalition
Minister of Economic Affairs Mauri Pekkarinen22 June 201022 June 2011Centre
Minister of Social Affairs and Health Juha Rehula22 June 201022 June 2011Centre
Minister of Health and Social Services Paula Risikko22 June 201022 June 2011National Coalition
Minister of Labour Anni Sinnemäki22 June 201022 June 2011Green League
Minister of the Environment Paula Lehtomäki22 June 201022 June 2011Centre
Minister of Housing Jan Vapaavuori22 June 201022 June 2011National Coalition
Preceded by
Vanhanen II Cabinet
Cabinet of Finland
22 June 2010 – 22 June 2011
Succeeded by
Katainen Cabinet

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Kiviniemi named Finland's prime minister". POLITICO. 22 June 2010. Retrieved 23 November 2017.