Teuvo Aura

Teuvo Ensio Aura (28 December 1912, in Ruskeala – 11 January 1999, in Helsinki) was a Finnish politician of the Liberal People's Party. He served as Mayor of Helsinki and interim Prime Minister of Finland twice, in 1970 and 1971–72.

Ylipormestari (High Mayor)
Teuvo Aura
Teuvo-Aura-1972 (cropped).jpg
Aura in 1972.
33rd Prime Minister of Finland
In office
29 October 1971 – 23 February 1972
PresidentUrho Kekkonen
DeputyPäiviö Hetemäki
Preceded byAhti Karjalainen
Succeeded byRafael Paasio
In office
14 May 1970 – 15 July 1970
PresidentUrho Kekkonen
DeputyPäiviö Hetemäki
Preceded byMauno Koivisto
Succeeded byAhti Karjalainen
Mayor of Helsinki
In office
1968–1979
Preceded byLauri Aho
Succeeded byRaimo Ilaskivi
Minister of the Interior
In office
2 September 1957 – 29 November 1957
Prime MinisterV. J. Sukselainen
Preceded byUrho Kiukas
Succeeded byHarras Kyttä
Minister of Trade and Industry
In office
9 July 1953 – 5 May 1954
Prime MinisterUrho Kekkonen
Sakari Tuomioja
Preceded byPenna Tervo
Succeeded byPenna Tervo
In office
30 September 1950 – 17 January 1951
Prime MinisterUrho Kekkonen
Preceded bySakari Tuomioja
Succeeded byPenna Tervo
Minister of Justice
In office
17 January 1951 – 20 September 1951
Prime MinisterUrho Kekkonen
Preceded byHeikki Kannisto
Succeeded byUrho Kekkonen
Personal details
Born
Teuvo Ensio Auta

(1912-12-28)28 December 1912
Ruskeala, Finland
Died11 January 1999(1999-01-11) (aged 86)
Helsinki, Finland
Political partyLiberal People's
National Progressive (formerly)
Spouse(s)Sirkka Kosonen (m. 1976)
Kaino Kielo Kivekäs (1939–1970)
Alma materUniversity of Helsinki
ProfessionLawyer

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Political offices
Preceded by
Prime Ministers of Finland
1970
Succeeded by
Preceded by
Prime Ministers of Finland
1971–1972
Succeeded by
Preceded by
Mayor of Helsinki
1968–1979
Succeeded by