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Brundtland's Third Cabinet

Brundtland's Third Cabinet was a minority, Labour Government of Norway. It succeeded the Conservative/Centre/Christian Democrat Cabinet Syse, and sat between 3 November 1990 and 25 October 1996.[1] It was replaced by the Labour Cabinet Jagland. The cabinet was active during two parliaments, both 1989–93 and 1993–97. Brundtlands cabinet had the following composition.

Portfolio Minister Period Party
Prime Minister Gro Harlem Brundtland 3 November 1990 - 25 October 1996 Labour
Minister of Agriculture Gunhild Øyangen 3 November 1990 - 24 October 1996 Labour
Minister of Children and Family Affairs Matz Sandman
Grete Berget
3 November 1990 - 14 November 1991
15 November 1991 - 24 October 1996
Labour
Labour
Minister of Church Affairs, Education and Research Gudmund Hernes
Reidar Sandal
3 November 1990 - 21 December 1995
22 December 1995 - 24 October 1996
Labour
Labour
Minister of Culture Åse Kleveland 3 November 1990 - 24 October 1996 Labour
Minister of Defence Johan Jørgen Holst
Jørgen Kosmo
3 November 1990 - 1 April 1993
2 April 1993 - 24 October 1996
Labour
Labour
Minister of the Environment Thorbjørn Berntsen 3 November 1990 - 24 October 1996 Labour
Minister of Finance Sigbjørn Johnsen 3 November 1990 - 24 October 1996 Labour
Minister of Fisheries Oddrunn Pettersen
Jan Henry T. Olsen
3 November 1990 - 3 September 1992
4 September 1992 - 24 October 1996
Labour
Labour
Minister of Foreign Affairs Thorvald Stoltenberg
Johan Jørgen Holst
Bjørn Tore Godal
3 November 1990 - 1 April 1993
2 April 1993 - died 13 January 1994
24 January 1994 - 24 October 1996
Labour
Labour
Labour
Minister of Government Administration and Labour Tove Strand Gerhardsen
Oddny Aleksandersen
Nils Olav Totland
4 September 1992 - 3 September 1992
4 September 1992 - 6 October 1993
7 October 1993 - 24 October 1996
Labour
Labour
Labour
Minister of Health Werner Christie
Gudmund Hernes
4 September 1992 - 21 December 1995
22 December 1995 - 24 October 1996
Labour
Labour
Minister of Health and Social Affairs Tove Veierød 3 November 1990 - 3 September 1992 Labour
Minister of Industry Ole Knapp
Finn Kristensen
3 November 1990 - 3 September 1992
4 September 1992 - 30 December 1992
Labour
Labour
Minister of Industry and Energy Finn Kristensen
Jens Stoltenberg
1 January 1993 - 6 October 1993
7 October 1993 - 24 October 1996
Labour
Labour
Minister of International development Grete Faremo
Kari Nordheim-Larsen
3 November 1990 - 3 September 1992
4 September 1992 - 24 October 1996
Labour
Labour
Minister of Local Government and Labour Kjell Borgen
Gunnar Berge
3 November 1990 - 3 September 1992
4 September 1992 - 24 October 1996
Labour
Labour
Minister of Justice Kari Gjesteby
Grete Faremo
3 November 1990 - 3 September 1992
4 September 1992 - 24 October 1996
Labour
Labour
Minister of Petroleum and Energy Finn Kristensen 3 November 1990 - 30 December 1992 Labour
Minister of Social Affairs Grete Knudsen
Hill-Marta Solberg
4 September 1992 - 23 January 1994
24 January 1994 - 24 October 1996
Labour
Labour
Minister of Trade and Shipping Eldrid Nordbø
Bjørn Tore Godal
Grete Knudsen
3 November 1990 - 14 November 1991
15 November 1991 - 23 January 1994
24 January 1994 - 24 October 1996
Labour
Labour
Labour
Minister of Transport and Communications Kjell Opseth 3 November 1990 - 24 October 1996 Labour

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References

Preceded by
Premiership of Jon P. Syse
Norwegian Council of State
1990–1996
Succeeded by
Premiership of Thorbjørn Jagland
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