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Government of Åland

This article is part of a series on the
politics and government of
Åland
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The Landskapsregering is the government of Åland, an autonomous territory of Finland. The government is led by a Lantråd, the premier of Åland, who is elected by the Lagting, the parliament of Åland.

Contents

  • List of Premiers of Åland (1922–present) 1
  • Current government (2011–present) 2
  • Government 2007–2011 3
  • See also 4

List of Premiers of Åland (1922–present)

Name Entered office Left office
Carl Björkman July 10, 1922 December 30, 1938
Viktor Strandfält December 30, 1938 January 1, 1955
Hugo Johansson January 1, 1955 March 28, 1967
Martin Isaksson March 28, 1967 July 1, 1972
Alarik Häggblom July 1, 1972 January 1, 1979
Folke Woivalin January 1, 1979 April 20, 1988
Sune Eriksson April 20, 1988 November 28, 1991
Ragnar Erlandsson November 28, 1991 November 24, 1995
Roger Jansson November 24, 1995 December 3, 1999
Roger Nordlund December 3, 1999 November 26, 2007
Viveka Eriksson November 26, 2007 November 25, 2011
Camilla Gunell November 25, 2011 Present

Current government (2011–present)

Government member parties: Åland Social Democrats (S), Åland Centre Party (C), The Independent Group (Obs) and The Moderates of Åland (M):

Premier (lantråd):
Deputy premier (vice lantråd), Minister of Finance:

Minister of Education and Culture:

Minister of Social Affairs and Environment:
Minister of Administration and EU-affairs:
Minister of Industry and Trade:
Minister of Communications and Infrastructure:

Government 2007–2011

Government member parties: Åland liberals (lib) and Åland centre (c):

Premier (lantråd):
Deputy premier (vice lantråd), Minister of Education and Culture:
Minister for Finance:
Minister of Social Affairs and Environment:
Minister of Administration and EU-affairs:
Minister of Industry and Trade:
Minister of Communications:

See also

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