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Schweigaard's Ministerium

Schweigaard's Ministerium, often referred to as the April Ministerium, was an interlude lasting from 3 April to 26 June 1884, following the impeachment of the Selmer cabinet, and prior to Sverdrup's Liberal cabinet.


Ministry Minister Period Party
Prime Minister and head of the Auditing Department Christian Homann Schweigaard
Prime Minister of Norway in Stockholm Carl Otto Løvenskiold
Justice department Ludvig Mariboe Benjamin Aubert
Finance department Herman Johan Foss Reimers
Internal department Thomas Cathinco Bang
Church department Nils Christian Egede Hertzberg
Army department Lars Christian Dahll
Navy department Halfdan Lehmann until 3 May 1884
Bøicke Johan Rulffs Koren 3 May 1884 -
Council of State Division in Stockholm Jacob Lerche Johansen until 20 May 1884
Ebbe Carsten Horneman Hertzberg
Preceded by
Christian August Selmer's ministerium
Cabinets of Norway
April-June 1884
Succeeded by
Johan Sverdrup cabinet
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