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Stang's Second Cabinet

The Stang's Second Cabinet governed Norway between 2 May 1893 and 14 October 1895. It had the following composition:

Cabinet members

Portfolio Minister Period[1] Party
Prime Minister Emil Stang Conservative
Prime Minister in Stockholm Gregers Winther Wulfsberg Gram Conservative
Member of the Council of State Division in Stockholm Ernst Motzfeldt – July 1894 Conservative
Johannes Winding Harbitz – July 1894 Conservative
Christian W. E. B. Olssøn July 1894 – Conservative
Francis Hagerup July 1894 – 9 August 1895 Conservative
Anton Christian Bang 27 April 1895 – Conservative
Ole Andreas Furu 9 August 1895 – Conservative
Minister of Defence Christian W. E. B. Olssøn – July 1894 Conservative
Johannes Winding Harbitz July 1894 – 27 April 1895 Conservative
Christian W. E. B. Olssøn 27 April 1895 – Conservative
Minister of Finance and Customs Ole Andreas Furu – 9 August 1895 Conservative
Francis Hagerup 9 August 1895 – Conservative
Minister of Auditing Emil Stang – 7 September 1894 Conservative
Ole Andreas Furu 7 September 1894 – 27 April 1895 Conservative
Johannes Winding Harbitz 27 April 1895 – Conservative
Minister of the Interior Johan Henrik Paasche Thorne – 3 March 1894 Conservative
Peter Birch-Reichenwald 3 March 1894 – Conservative
Minister of Labour Peder Nilsen Conservative
Minister of Justice and the Police Francis Hagerup – July 1894 Conservative
Ernst Motzfeldt July 1894 – Conservative
Minister of Church and Education Anton Christian Bang – 27 April 1895 Conservative
Emil Stang 27 April 1895 – 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]

References

  • Government.no

Notes


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