Borten's Cabinet

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Borten's Cabinet governed Norway between 12 October 1965 and 17 March 1971. The cabinet wes led by Per Borten and consisted of the Conservative Party, the Centre Party, the Liberal Party and the Christian Democratic Party. It had the following composition:

Cabinet members[edit]

Portfolio Minister Period[1] Party
Prime Minister Per Borten Centre
Minister of Foreign Affairs John Lyng – 22 May 1970 Conservative
Svenn Stray 22 May 1970 – Conservative
Minister of Defence Otto Grieg Tidemand – 5 June 1970 Conservative
Gunnar Hellesen 5 June 1970 – Conservative
Minister of Industry Sverre Walter Rostoft Conservative
Minister of Finance and Customs Ole Myrvoll Liberal
Minister of Wages and Prices Dagfinn Vårvik Centre
Minister of Local Government and Labour Helge Seip – 29 August 1970 Liberal
Helge Rognlien 29 August 1970 – Liberal
Minister of Social Affairs Egil Aarvik Christian Democratic
Minister of Transport and Communications Håkon Kyllingmark Conservative
Minister of Trade and Shipping Kåre Willoch – 5 June 1970 Conservative
Otto Grieg Tidemand 5 June 1970 – Conservative
Minister of Fisheries Oddmund Myklebust – 8 November 1968 Centre
Einar Hole Moxnes 8 November 1968 – Centre
Minister of Agriculture Bjarne Lyngstad – 21 August 1970 Liberal
Hallvard Eika 21 August 1970 – Liberal
Minister of Justice and Police Elisabeth Schweigaard Selmer – 3 October 1970 Conservative
Egil Endresen 3 October 1970 – Conservative
Minister of Family and Consumer Affairs Elsa Skjerven Christian Democratic
Minister of Church Affairs and Education Kjell Bondevik Christian Democratic

State Secretaries[edit]

Ministry State Secretary Period[1] Party
Office of the Prime Minister Odd Bye 29 October 1965 – Centre
Emil Vindsetmo 26 January 1966 – Independent
Ministry of Foreign Affairs Frithjof Jacobsen 8 February 1966 – 23 May 1970 Conservative
Kjell Colding 13 June 1970 – Conservative
Ministry of Finance and Customs Magne Lerheim 14 February 1966 – 30 April 1967 Liberal
Jon Ola Norbom 13 February 1967 – 16 October 1969 Liberal
Leiv Magnus Vidvei 20 February 1970 – Liberal
Ministry of Defence Arne Gunnar Lund 15 October 1965 – 1 October 1968 Conservative
Thor Knudsen 26 January 1970 – 31 January 1971 Conservative
Jan Tore Odegard 25 January 1971 – Conservative
Ministry of Industry Sigmund Kjos 25 October 1965 – 30 June 1970 Conservative
Sverre Kongshavn 1 April 1970 – Conservative
Ministry of Local Government and Labour Torstein Slungård 12 November 1965 – 19 August 1969
4 October 1969 –
Liberal
Ministry of Social Affairs Kåre Kristiansen 15 October 1965 – 31 December 1968 Christian Democratic
Per Høybråten 1 November 1968 – Christian Democratic
Ministry of Transport and Communications Henrik Johan Lisæth 13 November 1965 – – 28 September 1966 Conservative
Ola Thorleif Ruud 15 November 1966 – 31 July 1969
29 October 1969 –
Conservative
Ministry of Trade and Shipping Kjell Hanssen 17 November 1969 – Conservative
Ministry of Fisheries Ottar Fjærvoll 1 July 1966 – – – 31 May 1968 Centre
Knut Vartdal 15 July 1968 – Centre
Ministry of Agriculture Hans Kristian Seip 22 August 1966 – 30 June 1967 Liberal
Johan Kleppe 1 January 1968 – 31 July 1969 Liberal
Per E. Vale 8 December 1969 – Liberal
Ministry of Justice and Police Jan P. Syse 1 November 1970 – Conservative
Ministry of Church Affairs and Education Henrik Bargem 25 October 1965 – 15 October 1969 Christian Democratic
Arnfinn Sørensen 11 November 1969 – Christian Democratic

References[edit]

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ a b Unless otherwise noted, the period was 12 October 1965 – 17 March 1971