Törngren Cabinet

Ralf Törngren's cabinet was the 38th government of the Republic of Finland. The cabinet's time period was from May 5, 1954 to October 20, 1954. It was a majority government.

Assembly
Minister Period of office Party
Prime Minister
Ralf Törngren
May 5, 1954 – October 20, 1954 Swedish People's Party
Minister of Foreign Affairs
Urho Kekkonen
May 5, 1954 – October 20, 1954 Agrarian League
Minister of Justice
Yrjö Puhakka
May 5, 1954 – October 20, 1954 Independent
Minister of Defence
Emil Skog
May 5, 1954 – October 20, 1954 Social Democrat
Minister of the Interior
Väinö Leskinen
May 5, 1954 – October 20, 1954 Social Democrat
Minister of Finance
Vieno Johannes Sukselainen
May 5, 1954 – October 20, 1954 Agrarian League
Deputy Minister of Finance
Martti Miettunen
May 5, 1954 – October 20, 1954 Agrarian League
Minister of Education
Johannes Virolainen
May 5, 1954 – October 20, 1954 Agrarian League
Minister of Agriculture
Viljami Kalliokoski
May 5, 1954 – October 20, 1954 Agrarian League
Deputy Minister of Agriculture
Hannes Tiainen
May 5, 1954 – October 20, 1954 Social Democrat
Minister of Transport and Public Works
Martti Miettunen
May 5, 1954 – October 20, 1954 Agrarian League
Deputy Minister of Transport and Public Works
Aku Sumu
May 5, 1954 – October 20, 1954 Social Democrat
Minister of Trade and Industry
Penna Tervo
May 5, 1954 – October 20, 1954 Social Democrat
Minister of Social Affairs
Tyyne Leivo-Larsson
May 5, 1954 – October 20, 1954 Social Democrat
Deputy Minister of Social Affairs
Vieno Simonen
Aku Sumu
April 5, 1954 – October 20, 1954
June 7, 1954 – October 20, 1954
Agrarian League
Social Democrat


Preceded by
Sakari Tuomioja's cabinet
Cabinet of Finland
May 5, 1954–October 20, 1954
Succeeded by
Urho Kekkonen's fifth cabinet