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Bratlie's Cabinet

The Bratlie's Cabinet was a Norwegian cabinet, formed by a coalition of the Conservative Party and the Liberal Left Party. It was in from 20 February 1912 to 31 January 1913.

Cabinet members

Portfolio Minister Period[1] Party
Prime Minister Jens Bratlie Conservative
Minister of Foreign Affairs Johannes Irgens Conservative
Minister of Defence Jens Bratlie Conservative
Minister of Labour Bernhard Cornelius Brænne
Nils Olav Hovdenak
20 February 1912 - 23 August 1912
23 August 1912 - 31 January 1913
Minister of Church Affairs Edvard Liljedahl Liberal Left
Minister of Trade Ambrotius Olsen Lindvig Liberal Left
Minister of Justice Fredrik Stang Conservative
Minister of Finance Fredrik Ludvig Konow Liberal Left
Minister of Auditing Jens Bratlie Conservative
Minister of Agriculture Erik Mathiassen Enge Liberal Left


  • Jens Bratlie's Government 20 February 1912 - 31 January 1913 -


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