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Lykke's Cabinet


The Lykke's Cabinet governed Norway between 5 March 1926 and 28 January 1928. It had the following composition:

Cabinet members

Portfolio Minister Period[1] Party
Prime Minister Ivar Lykke Conservative
Minister of Foreign Affairs Ivar Lykke Conservative
Minister of Defence Karl Wilhelm Wefring – 26 July 1926 Liberal Left
Ingolf Elster Christensen 26 July 1926 – Conservative
Minister of Finance Fredrik Ludvig Konow Liberal Left
Minister of Trade Charles Robertson Conservative
Minister of Labour Anders Venger – 26 July 1926 Conservative
Worm Hirsch Darre-Jenssen 26 July 1926 – Conservative
Minister of Justice and the Police Ingolf Elster Christensen – 26 July 1926 Conservative
Knud Iversen Øyen 26 July 1926 – Conservative
Minister of Social Affairs Peter Andreas Morell Conservative
Minister of Agriculture Ole Ludvig Bærøe Conservative
Minister of Church and Education Wilhelm Christian Magelssen – 25 December 1927 Conservative
Ole Ludvig Bærøe 25 December 1927 – Conservative

Secretary to the Council of State

  • Nicolai Franciscus Leganger

References

  • Government.no

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