Vanhanen I Cabinet

Matti Vanhanen's first cabinet was the 69th government of Finland.[1] The cabinet was in office from 24 July 2003 to 19 April 2007, and its prime minister was Matti Vanhanen. The government was composed of a coalition formed by the Centre Party, the Social Democratic Party, and the Swedish People's Party.

Vanhanen's First Cabinet
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69th Cabinet of Finland
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Date formed24 June 2003
Date dissolved19 April 2007
People and organisations
Head of stateTarja Halonen
Head of governmentMatti Vanhanen
Member partiesCentre Party
Social Democratic Party
Swedish People's Party
Status in legislatureMajority
116 / 200 (58%)
History
Election(s)2003 Finnish parliamentary election
PredecessorJäätteenmäki Cabinet
SuccessorVanhanen II Cabinet

MinistersEdit

Portfolio Minister Took office Left office Party
Prime Minister24 June 200319 April 2007 Centre
Deputy Prime Minister24 June 200323 September 2005 Social Democratic
23 September 200519 April 2007 Social Democratic
Minister of Foreign Affairs24 June 200319 April 2007 Social Democratic
Minister of the Interior24 June 200319 April 2007 Social Democratic
Minister of Defence24 June 200319 April 2007 Centre
Minister of Finance24 June 200322 September 2005 Social Democratic
23 September 200519 April 2007 Social Democratic
Coordinate Minister of Finance24 June 200319 April 2007 Swedish People's
Minister of Education24 June 200322 September 2005 Social Democratic
23 September 200519 April 2007 Social Democratic
Minister of Justice19 April 200722 June 2010 Social Democratic
23 September 200519 April 2007 Social Democratic
Minister of Agriculture and Forestry24 June 200319 April 2007 Centre
Minister of Transport and Communications24 June 200322 September 2005 Social Democratic
23 September 200519 April 2007 Social Democratic
Minister of Trade and Industry24 June 200319 April 2007 Centre
Minister of Social Affairs and Health24 June 200322 September 2005 Social Democratic
23 September 200519 April 2007 Social Democratic
Minister of Health and Social Services24 June 200319 April 2007 Centre
Minister of Labour24 June 200319 April 2007 Social Democratic
Minister of the Environment24 June 200331 December 2006 Swedish People's
1 January 200719 April 2007 Swedish People's
Minister of Culture24 June 200319 April 2007 Centre
Minister of Regional and Municipal Affairs24 June 200319 April 2007 Centre
Minister of Foreign Trade and Development24 June 20032 September 2005 Centre
2 September 20053 March 2006 Centre
3 March 200619 April 2007 Centre
Preceded by Cabinet of Finland
26 June 2003 – 19 April 2007
Succeeded by

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Finnish Prime Minister Matti Vanhanen resigns – France 24". France 24. 18 June 2010. Retrieved 24 November 2017.