Stoltenberg's First Cabinet

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Stoltenberg's First Cabinet
58th Cabinet of Norway
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Date formed 17 March 2000
Date dissolved 19 October 2001
People and organizations
Head of government Jens Stoltenberg
Head of state Harald V of Norway
Total number of ministers 19
Member party Labour Party
History
Election(s) 2001 parliamentary election
Previous Bondevik's First Cabinet
Successor Bondevik's Second Cabinet

Stoltenberg's First Cabinet governed Norway between March 17, 2000 and October 19, 2001. The Labour Party cabinet was led by Prime Minister Jens Stoltenberg. It had the following composition.

Cabinet members[edit]

Portfolio Minister Period[1] Party
Prime Minister Jens Stoltenberg Labour
Minister of Foreign Affairs Thorbjørn Jagland Labour
Minister of Defence Bjørn Tore Godal Labour
Minister of Industry and Trade Grete Knudsen Labour
Minister of Labour and Government Administration Jørgen Kosmo – October 5, 2001 Labour
Minister of Finance Karl Eirik Schjøtt-Pedersen Labour
Minister of Local Government and Regional Development Sylvia Kristin Brustad Labour
Minister of Health
Formally a part of the Ministry of Social Affairs and Health
Tore Tønne Labour
Minister of Culture Ellen Horn Labour
Minister of Social Affairs
Formally a part of the Ministry of Social Affairs and Health
Guri Ingebrigtsen Labour
Minister of Transport and Communications Terje Moe Gustavsen Labour
Minister of Fisheries Otto Gregussen Labour
Minister of International Development
Formally a part of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs
Anne Kristin Sydnes Labour
Minister of the Environment Siri Bjerke Labour
Minister of Agriculture Bjarne Håkon Hanssen Labour
Minister of Justice and Police Hanne Harlem Labour
Minister of Children and Family Affairs Karita Bekkemellem Orheim Labour
Minister of Petroleum and Energy Olav Akselsen Labour
Minister of Church Affairs, Education and Research Trond Giske Labour

State Secretaries[edit]

Ministry State Secretary Period[1] Party
Office of the Prime Minister Jonas Gahr Støre Labour
Norvald Mo March 24, 2000 – Labour
Hege Marie Norheim March 24, 2000 – October 13, 2000 Labour
Jan-Erik Larsen March 31, 2000 – Labour
Tom Therkildsen 8 May 2000 – Labour
Lisbeth Berg-Hansen 20 October 2000 – Labour
Ministry of Foreign Affairs Mona Juul Labour
Espen Barth Eide Labour
Raymond Johansen Labour
Sigrun Møgedal March 27, 2000 – Labour
Jan Bøhler 26 January 2001 – Labour
Ministry of Defence Øystein Singsaas Labour
Ministry of Industry and Trade Britt Schultz Labour
Olav Soleng March 24, 2000 – 2 February 2001 Labour
Tore Onshuus Sandvik 2 February 2000 – Labour
Ministry of Labour and Government Administration Reidun Wallevik March 24, 2000 – 28 July 2000 Labour
Marianne Seip Haugsnes 28 July 2000 – Labour
Ministry of Finance Vidar Ovesen March 24, 2000 – Labour
Ellen Mo 3 April 2000 – Labour
Hege Marie Norheim October 13, 2000 – Labour
Ministry of Local Government and Regional Development Steinar Pedersen Labour
Audun Tron Labour
Fatma Jynge – 31 March 2000 Labour
Sverre Bugge March 31, 2000 – Labour
Einar Gelius 11 December 2000 – Labour
Ministry of Social Affairs and Health Tore Hagebakken March 24, 2000 – Labour
Lars Erik Flatø March 31, 2000 – Labour
Ministry of Culture Roger Ingebrigtsen March 24, 2000 – Labour
Ministry of Transport and Communications Eirin Kristin Sund Labour
Ministry of Fisheries Ellen Bergli Labour
Ministry of the Environment Stein Lier-Hansen March 24, 2000 – Labour
Ministry of Agriculture Sveinung Valle March 24, 2000 – Labour
Ministry of Justice and Police Øystein Mæland March 24, 2000 – Labour
Anne Lise Ryel March 31, 2000 – Labour
Ministry of Children and Family Affairs Solveig Solbakken Labour
Ministry of Petroleum and Energy Bjørg Kirsten Sandal April 7, 2000 – Labour
Ministry of Church Affairs, Education and Research Berith Bergersen – 1 June 2001 Labour
Randi Øverland March 27, 2000 – Labour
Nina Tangnæs Grønvold 1 June 2000 – Labour

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b Unless otherwise noted, the period was March 17, 2000 - October 19, 2001
Preceded by
Kjell Magne Bondevik's first term as Prime Minister of Norway
Norwegian Council of State
2000–2001
Succeeded by
Kjell Magne Bondevik's second term as Prime Minister of Norway