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Willoch's First Cabinet

Willoch's First Cabinet was a minority, Conservative Government of Norway. It succeeded the Labour First cabinet Brundtland, after the Conservative victory in the 1981 Storting election and sat between October 14, 1981 - June 7, 1983. It was replaced by the Conservative/Centre/Christian Democrat second cabinet Willoch, to form a majority government. Willoch's First Cabinet was the first Conservative-only cabinet sine the Stang's Second Cabinet (1893–95), and since not been succeeded by another Conservative-only cabinet. Willochs cabinet had the following composition.

Portfolio Minister Period Party
Prime Minister Kåre Willoch October 14, 1981 - June 7, 1983 Conservative
Minister of Agriculture Johan Christen Løken October 14, 1981 - June 7, 1983 Conservative
Minister of Culture and Research Lars Roar Langslet October 14, 1981 - June 7, 1983 Conservative
Minister of Church Affairs and Education Tore Austad October 14, 1981 - June 7, 1983 Conservative
Minister of Defence Anders Christian Sjaastad October 14, 1981 - June 7, 1983 Conservative
Minister of the Environment Wenche Frogn Sellæg October 14, 1981 - June 7, 1983 Conservative
Minister of Family Affairs and Government Administration Astrid Gjertsen October 14, 1981 - June 7, 1983 Conservative
Minister of Finance Rolf Presthus October 14, 1981 - June 7, 1983 Conservative
Minister of Fisheries Thor Listau October 14, 1981 - June 7, 1983 Conservative
Minister of Foreign Affairs Svenn Thorkild Stray October 14, 1981 - June 7, 1983 Conservative
Minister of Health and Social Affairs Leif Arne Heløe October 14, 1981 - June 7, 1983 Conservative
Minister of Industry Jens-Halvard Bratz October 14, 1981 - June 7, 1983 Conservative
Minister of Local Government and Labour Arne Rettedal October 14, 1981 - June 7, 1983 Conservative
Minister of Justice Mona Scobie Røkke October 14, 1981 - June 7, 1983 Conservative
Minister of Petroleum and Energy Vidkunn Hveding October 14, 1981 - June 7, 1983 Conservative
Minister of Trade and Shipping Arne Skauge October 14, 1981 - June 7, 1983 Conservative
Minister of Transport and Communications Inger Koppernæs October 14, 1981 - June 7, 1983 Conservative

See also

Preceded by
First cabinet Brundtland
Norwegian Council of State
1981–1983
Succeeded by
Second cabinet Willoch

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