Paavo Lipponen's first cabinet

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Paavo Lipponen's first cabinet was the 66th government of Republic of Finland. Cabinet's time period was from April 13, 1995 to April 15, 1999. It was Majority government.

Minister Term of office Party
Prime Minister
Paavo Lipponen

April 13, 1995 - April 15, 1999

Social Democrat
Deputy Prime Minister
Sauli Niinistö

April 13, 1995 - April 15, 1999

National Coalition Party
Minister for Foreign Affairs
Tarja Halonen

April 13, 1995 - April 15, 1999

Social Democrat
Minister of Justice
Sauli Niinistö
Kari Häkämies
Jussi Järventaus

April 13, 1995 - February 2, 1996
February 2, 1996 - March 13, 1998
March 13, 1998 - April 15, 1999

National Coalition Party
National Coalition Party
National Coalition Party
Minister of the Interior
Jan-Erik Enestam

April 13, 1995 - April 15, 1999

Swedish People's Party
Minister of Defence
Anneli Taina

April 13, 1995 - April 15, 1999

National Coalition Party
Minister of Finance
Iiro Viinanen
Sauli Niinistö

April 13, 1995 - February 2, 1996
February 2, 1996 - April 15, 1999

National Coalition Party
National Coalition Party
Minister of Education
Olli-Pekka Heinonen

April 13, 1995 - April 15, 1999

National Coalition Party
Minister of Agriculture and Forestry
Kalevi Hemilä

April 13, 1995 - April 15, 1999

neutral
Minister of Transport
Tuula Linnainmaa
Matti Aura
Kimmo Sasi

April 13, 1995 - April 1, 1997
April 2, 1997 - January 15, 1999
January 15, 1999 - April 15, 1999

National Coalition Party
National Coalition Party
National Coalition Party
Minister of Trade and Industry
Antti Kalliomäki

April 13, 1995 - April 15, 1999

Social Democrat
Minister of Social Affairs and Health
Sinikka Mönkäre

April 13, 1995 - April 15, 1999

Social Democrat
Minister of Labour
Liisa Jaakonsaari

April 13, 1995 - April 15, 1999

Social Democrat
Minister of the Environment
Pekka Haavisto

April 13, 1995 - April 15, 1999

Green League
Preceded by
Aho's cabinet
Cabinet of Finland
April 13, 1995 - April 15, 1999
Succeeded by
Paavo Lipponen's second cabinet

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