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Hagerup's Second Cabinet

The Hagerup's Second Cabinet governed Norway between 22 October 1903 and 11 March 1905. It fell as the cabinet ministers collectively resigned on 28 February and 1 March 1905, as part of the build-up for the dissolution of the union between Norway and Sweden in 1905. Christian Michelsen withdrew his application, and could form the cabinet Michelsen. It had the following composition:

Cabinet members

Portfolio Minister Period[1] Party
Prime Minister Francis Hagerup Coalition
Prime Minister in Stockholm Sigurd Ibsen Liberal
Member of the Council of State Division in Stockholm Christian Michelsen – 31 August 1904
(leave of absence 30 June – 1 September 1904)
Paul Benjamin Vogt – 31 August 1904 Conservative
Birger Kildal 1 September 1904 – Liberal
Jacob Marius Schøning 1 September 1904 – Liberal
Minister of Defence Oscar Sigvald Julius Strugstad Coalition
Minister of Finance and Customs Birger Kildal – 31 August 1904 Liberal
Christian Michelsen 1 September 1904 – Liberal
Minister of Auditing Birger Kildal – 31 August 1904 Liberal
Paul Benjamin Vogt 1 September 1904 – Conservative
Minister of Foreign Affairs, Trade, Shipping and Industry Jacob Marius Schøning – 31 August 1904 Liberal
Paul Benjamin Vogt 1 September 1904 – Conservative
Minister of Labour Hans Christian Albert Hansen Conservative
Minister of Justice and the Police Francis Hagerup Coalition
Minister of Agriculture Christian Pierre Mathiesen – 26 September 1904 Conservative
Johan Egeberg Mellbye 26 September 1904 – Conservative
Minister of Church and Education Hans Nilsen Hauge Conservative

State Secretary

Not to be confused with the modern title State Secretary. The old title State Secretary, used between 1814 and 1925, is now known as Secretary to the Government (Regjeringsråd).[2]




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