Second cabinet of Louis Napoleon

The Second cabinet of Louis Napoleon was formed by President Louis-Napoleon Bonaparte on 22 January 1852, replacing the interim First cabinet of Louis Napoleon. It remained in place until the proclamation of the Second French Empire on 2 December 1852, when it was replaced by the Third cabinet of Napoleon III.

Second cabinet of Louis Napoleon
 France
Cabinet of France
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Date formed22 January 1852
Date dissolved2 December 1852
People and organisations
Head of stateLouis Napoleon
Head of governmentLouis Napoleon
History
PredecessorFirst cabinet of Louis Napoleon
SuccessorThird cabinet of Napoleon III
Ministry From To Minister
State 22 January 1852 28 July 1852 François-Xavier Joseph de Casabianca
28 July 1852 2 December 1852 Achille Fould
Justice 22 January 1852 2 December 1852 Jacques Pierre Abbatucci
Foreign Affairs 22 January 1852 28 July 1852 Louis Félix Étienne, marquis de Turgot
28 July 1852 2 December 1852 Édouard Drouyn de Lhuys
Interior and Beaux-Arts, Agriculture and Commerce 22 January 1852 25 January 1852 Victor de Persigny
Police 22 January 1852 2 December 1852 Charlemagne de Maupas
Finance 22 January 1852 2 December 1852 Jean-Martial Bineau
War 22 January 1852 2 December 1852 Jacques Leroy de Saint Arnaud
Navy and Colonies 22 January 1852 2 December 1852 Théodore Ducos
Education and Religious affairs 22 January 1852 2 December 1852 Hippolyte Fortoul
Public Works 22 January 1852 28 July 1852 Noël Lefebvre-Duruflé
28 July 1852 2 December 1852 Pierre Magne

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