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Reino Ragnar Lehto

 

Reino Ragnar Lehto

Reino R. Lehto
Prime Minister of Finland
In office
December 18, 1963 – September 12, 1964
Deputy Aarne Nuorvala (1963-1964)
Reino Oittinen (1964)
Preceded by Ahti Karjalainen
Succeeded by Johannes Virolainen
Personal details
Born 2 May 1898
Turku
Died 13 July 1966(1966-07-13) (aged 68)

Reino Ragnar Lehto (May 2, 1898 in Turku – July 13, 1966 in Helsinki) served as the caretaker Prime Minister of Finland from December 18, 1963 to September 12, 1964.[1] He then served as governor of Uusimaa province from 1964 until his death on July 13, 1966.

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Political offices
Preceded by
Ahti Karjalainen
Prime Minister of Finland
1963-1964
Succeeded by
Johannes Virolainen

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