V. J. Sukselainen

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Vieno Johannes (Jussi) Sukselainen (12 October 1906 – 6 April 1995), was twice Prime Minister of Finland and four times Speaker of the Parliament.[1] He was President of the Nordic Council in 1972 and 1977.

V. J. Sukselainen
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24th Prime Minister of Finland
In office
27 May 1957 – 29 November 1957
PresidentUrho Kekkonen
DeputyNils Meinander
Esa Kaitila
Aarre Simonen
Johannes Virolainen
Preceded byKarl-August Fagerholm
Succeeded byRainer von Fieandt
In office
13 January 1959 – 14 July 1961
PresidentUrho Kekkonen
DeputyRalf Törngren
Eemil Luukka
Kauno Kleemola
Preceded byKarl-August Fagerholm
Succeeded byMartti Miettunen
Minister of the Interior
In office
17 January 1951 – 17 March 1953
Prime MinisterUrho Kekkonen
Preceded byUrho Kekkonen
Succeeded byHeikki Kannisto
Minister of Finance
In office
5 May 1954 – 20 October 1954
Prime MinisterRalf Törngren
Preceded byTuure Junnila
Succeeded byPenna Tervo
In office
17 March 1950 – 17 January 1951
Prime MinisterUrho Kekkonen
Preceded byOnni Hiltunen
Succeeded byOnni Hiltunen
Minister of Foreign Affairs
Acting
In office
16 May 1961 – 19 June 1961
Prime MinisterHimself
Preceded byRalf Törngren
Succeeded byAhti Karjalainen
Personal details
Born(1906-10-12)12 October 1906
Paimio, Finland
Died6 April 1995(1995-04-06) (aged 88)
Espoo, Finland
Political partyCentre

Sukselainen was born in Paimio. He was a member of the Centre Party.[2]

CabinetsEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Edustajamatrikkeli". Eduskunta.
  2. ^ "Ministerikortisto". Valtioneuvosto.

External linksEdit

  Media related to Vieno Johannes Sukselainen at Wikimedia Commons

Political offices
Preceded by Speaker of the Parliament of Finland
1956–1957
Succeeded by
Preceded by Prime Minister of Finland
1957
Succeeded by
Preceded by Speaker of the Parliament of Finland
1958
Succeeded by
Preceded by Prime Minister of Finland
1959–1961
Succeeded by
Preceded by Speaker of the Parliament of Finland
1968–1969
Succeeded by
Preceded by Speaker of the Parliament of Finland
1972–1975
Succeeded by