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Brundtland's First Cabinet

Brundtland's First Cabinet was a minority, Labour Government of Norway. It succeeded the Labour Cabinet Nordli, and sat between 4 February 1981 – 14 October 1981. The cabinet was the first in Norwegian history to be led by a woman. It was replaced by the Conservative Willoch's First Cabinet after the 1981 election. Brundtland's cabinet had the following composition.

Portfolio Minister Period Party
Prime Minister Gro Harlem Brundtland February 4, 1981 - October 14, 1981 Labour
Minister of Agriculture Oskar Øksnes February 4, 1981 - October 14, 1981 Labour
Minister of Church Affairs and Education Einar Førde February 4, 1981 - October 14, 1981 Labour
Minister of Defence Thorvald Stoltenberg February 4, 1981 - October 14, 1981 Labour
Minister of the Environment Rolf Arthur Hansen February 4, 1981 - October 14, 1981 Labour
Minister of Family Affairs and Government Administration Sissel Marie Rønbeck February 4, 1981 - October 14, 1981 Labour
Minister of Finance Ulf Sand February 4, 1981 - October 14, 1981 Labour
Minister of Fisheries Eivind Bolle February 4, 1981 - October 14, 1981 Labour
Minister of Foreign Affairs Knut Frydenlund February 4, 1981 - October 14, 1981 Labour
Minister of Health Kari Gjesteby February 4, 1981 - October 14, 1981 Labour
Minister of Local Government and Labour Harriet Andreassen February 4, 1981 - October 14, 1981 Labour
Minister of Justice Bjørn Skau February 4, 1981 - October 14, 1981 Labour
Minister of Petroleum and Energy Arvid Johanson February 4, 1981 - October 14, 1981 Labour
Minister of Planning Per Andreas Kleppe February 4, 1981 - October 14, 1981 Labour
Minister of Social Affairs Arne Nilsen February 4, 1981 - October 14, 1981 Labour
Minister of Trade and Industry Finn Kristensen February 4, 1981 - October 14, 1981 Labour
Minister of Transport and Communications Ronald Bye February 4, 1981 - October 14, 1981 Labour
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