Reino Kuuskoski

Reino Iisakki Kuuskoski (18 January 1907 – 27 January 1965) was a Finnish jurist, born in Loimaa.

Reino Kuuskoski
Kuuskoski in 1958.
26th Prime Minister of Finland
In office
26 April 1958 – 29 August 1958
PresidentUrho Kekkonen
DeputyTyyne Leivo-Larsson
Preceded byRainer von Fieandt
Succeeded byKarl-August Fagerholm
Personal details
Reino Iisakki Kuuskoski

(1907-01-18)18 January 1907
Loimaa, Grand Duchy of Finland
Died27 January 1965(1965-01-27) (aged 58)
Helsinki, Finland
Political partyAgrarian League
Alma materUniversity of Helsinki

Kuuskoski was a member of the Agrarian League. He performed ministerial duties in Finland on two occasions. His first ministerial appointment was between 17 November 1953 and 5 May 1954 as Minister of Justice as part of Finland's 37th Government.[1] His second ministerial appointment was between 26 April and 29 August 1958 as Prime Minister of Finland's 43rd Government.[2] Both governments were caretaker governments.

During his career Kuuskoski also performed the duties of the President of the Supreme Administrative Court of Finland. Kuuskoski was also Finland's seventh Parliamentary Ombudsman and one of the principal persons renewing Finnish municipal legislation.



  1. ^ "Council of State – Ministers of Justice". Retrieved 27 December 2017.
  2. ^ "Ministerikortisto". Valtioneuvosto.[permanent dead link]
Political offices
Preceded by Prime Minister of Finland
Succeeded by