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Syse's Cabinet

Syse's Cabinet was a minority, Conservative/Centre/Christian Democrat Government of Norway. It succeeded the Labour Second cabinet Brundtland after the 1989 election, and sat between 16 October 1989 and 3 November 1990. It was replaced by the Labour Second cabinet Brundtland after Centre left the coalition due to disagreement over possible Norwegian membership in the European Economic Area. This disagreement was anticipated as the cabinet operated with a suicide paragraph from the beginning.[1] Syse's cabinet had the following composition:[2]

Portfolio Minister Period Party
Prime Minister Jan Peder Syse 16 October 1989 - 3 November 1990 Conservative
Minister of Agriculture Anne Petrea Vik 16 October 1989 - 3 November 1990 Centre
Minister of Church Affairs and Education Einar Steensnæs 16 October 1989 - 3 November 1990 Christian Democrat
Minister of Culture and Research Eleonore Bjartveit 16 October 1989 - 3 November 1990 Christian Democrat
Minister of Defence Per Ditlev-Simonsen 16 October 1989 - 3 November 1990 Conservative
Minister of the Environment Kristin Hille Valla 16 October 1989 - 3 November 1990 Centre
Minister of Government Administration and Labour Kristin Clemet 2 November 1989 - 3 November 1990 Conservative
Minister of Family and Consumer Affairs Solveig Sollie 16 October 1989 - 3 November 1990 Christian Democrat
Minister of Finance Arne Skauge 16 October 1989 - 3 November 1990 Conservative
Minister of Fisheries Svein Munkejord 16 October 1989 - 3 November 1990 Conservative
Minister of Foreign Affairs Kjell Magne Bondevik 16 October 1989 - 3 November 1990 Christian Democrat
Minister of Health and Social Affairs Wenche Frogn Sellæg 16 October 1989 - 3 November 1990 Conservative
Minister of Industry Petter Thomassen 16 October 1989 - 3 November 1990 Conservative
Minister of International development Tom Vraalsen 16 October 1989 - 3 November 1990 Centre
Minister of Local Government Johan Jakob Jakobsen 16 October 1989 - 3 November 1990 Centre
Minister of Justice Else Bugge Fougner 16 October 1989 - 3 November 1990 Conservative
Minister of Petroleum and Energy Eivind Reiten 16 October 1989 - 3 November 1990 Centre
Minister of Trade and Shipping Kaci Kullmann Five 16 October 1989 - 3 November 1990 Conservative
Minister of Transport and Communications Lars Gunnar Lie 16 October 1989 - 3 November 1990 Christian Democrat

See also

References

Preceded by
Second cabinet Brundtland
Norwegian Council of State
1989–1990
Succeeded by
Third cabinet Brundtland

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