Second cabinet of Jóhanna Sigurðardóttir

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Second cabinet of Jóhanna Sigurðardóttir
41st Cabinet of Iceland
Johanna sigurdardottir official portrait.jpg
Date formed 10 May 2009 (2009-05-10)
Date dissolved 23 May 2013 (2013-05-23)
People and organisations
Head of government Jóhanna Sigurðardóttir
Head of state Ólafur Ragnar Grímsson
Member parties
History
Outgoing election 2013 election
Previous Jóhanna Sigurðardóttir I
Successor Sigmundur Davíð Gunnlaugsson

The Second cabinet of Jóhanna Sigurðardóttir in Iceland was formed 10 May 2009.[1] The cabinet left office on 23 May 2013

Cabinets[edit]

Inaugural cabinet: 10 May 2009 – 1 October 2009[edit]

Incumbent Minister Ministry Party
Jóhanna Sigurðardóttir Prime Minister
(Forsætisráðherra)
Prime Minister's Office
(Forsætisráðuneytið)
SDA
Árni Páll Árnason Minister of Social Affairs and Social Security
(Félags- og tryggingamálaráðherra)
Ministry of Social Affairs and Social Security
(Félags- og tryggingamálaráðuneytið)
SDA
Gylfi Magnússon Minister of Trade
(Viðskiptaráðherra)
Ministry of Trade
(Viðskiptaráðuneytið)
independent
Jón Bjarnason Minister of Fisheries and Agriculture
(Sjávarútvegs- og landbúnaðarráðherra)
Ministry of Fisheries and Agriculture
(Sjávarútvegs- og landbúnaðarráðuneytið)
LGM
Katrín Jakobsdóttir Minister of Education, Science and Culture
(Menntamálaráðherra)
Ministry of Education, Science and Culture
(Menntamálaráðuneytið)
LGM
Katrín Júlíusdóttir Minister of Industry, Energy and Tourism
(Iðnaðarráðherra)
Ministry of Industry, Energy and Tourism
(Iðnaðarráðuneytið)
SDA
Kristján L. Möller Minister of Communications
(Samgönguráðherra)
Ministry of Communications
(Samgönguráðuneytið)
SDA
Ögmundur Jónasson Minister of Health
(Heilbrigðisráðherra)
Ministry of Health
(Heilbrigðisráðuneytið)
LGM
Össur Skarphéðinsson Minister for Foreign Affairs
(Utanríkisráðherra)
Ministry for Foreign Affairs
(Utanríkisráðuneytið)
SDA
Ragna Árnadóttir Minister of Justice and Ecclesiastical Affairs
(Dóms- og kirkjumálaráðherra)
Ministry of Justice and Ecclesiastical Affairs
(Dóms- og kirkjumálaráðuneytið)
independent
Steingrímur J. Sigfússon Minister of Finance
(Fjármálaráðherra)
Ministry of Finance
(Fjármálaráðuneytið)
LGM
Svandís Svavarsdóttir Minister for the Environment
(Umhverfisráðherra)
Ministry for the Environment
(Umhverfisráðuneytið)
LGM

First reshuffle: 1 October 2009 – 2 September 2010[edit]

The Ministry of Communications (Samgönguráðuneytið) was renamed the Ministry of Transport, Communications and Local Government (Samgöngu- og sveitarstjórnarráðuneytið). The Ministry of Education, Science and Culture was renamed in Icelandic from Menntamálaráðuneytið (lit. Ministry of Education) to Mennta- og menningarmálaráðuneytið (lit. Ministry of Education and Culture) but the English name was unchanged. The Ministry of Trade (Viðskiptaráðuneytið) was renamed Ministry of Economic Affairs (Efnahags- og viðskiptaráðuneytið). The Ministry of Justice and Ecclesiastical Affairs (Dóms- og kirkjumálaráðuneytið) was renamed Ministry of Justice and Human Rights (Dómsmála- og mannréttindaráðuneytið).[2] Álfheiður Ingadóttir replaced Ögmundur Jónasson as Minister of Health.

Incumbent Minister Ministry Party
Jóhanna Sigurðardóttir Prime Minister
(Forsætisráðherra)
Prime Minister's Office
(Forsætisráðuneytið)
SDA
Álfheiður Ingadóttir Minister of Health
(Heilbrigðisráðherra)
Ministry of Health
(Heilbrigðisráðuneytið)
LGM
Árni Páll Árnason Minister of Social Affairs and Social Security
(Félags- og tryggingamálaráðherra)
Ministry of Social Affairs and Social Security
(Félags- og tryggingamálaráðuneytið)
SDA
Gylfi Magnússon Minister of Economic Affairs
(Efnahags- og viðskiptaráðherra)
Ministry of Economic Affairs
(Efnahags- og viðskiptaráðuneytið)
independent
Jón Bjarnason Minister of Fisheries and Agriculture
(Sjávarútvegs- og landbúnaðarráðherra)
Ministry of Fisheries and Agriculture
(Sjávarútvegs- og landbúnaðarráðuneytið)
LGM
Katrín Jakobsdóttir Minister of Education, Science and Culture
(Mennta- og menningarmálaráðherra)
Ministry of Education, Science and Culture
(Mennta- og menningarmálaráðuneytið)
LGM
Katrín Júlíusdóttir Minister of Industry, Energy and Tourism
(Iðnaðarráðherra)
Ministry of Industry, Energy and Tourism
(Iðnaðarráðuneytið)
SDA
Kristján L. Möller Minister of Transport, Communications and Local Government
(Samgöngu- og sveitarstjórnarráðherra)
Ministry of Transport, Communications and Local Government
(Samgöngu- og sveitarstjórnarráðuneytið)
SDA
Össur Skarphéðinsson Minister for Foreign Affairs
(Utanríkisráðherra)
Ministry for Foreign Affairs
(Utanríkisráðuneytið)
SDA
Ragna Árnadóttir Minister of Justice and Human Rights
(Dómsmála- og mannréttindaráðherra)
Ministry of Justice and Human Rights
(Dómsmála- og mannréttindaráðuneytið)
independent
Steingrímur J. Sigfússon Minister of Finance
(Fjármálaráðherra)
Ministry of Finance
(Fjármálaráðuneytið)
LGM
Svandís Svavarsdóttir Minister for the Environment
(Umhverfisráðherra)
Ministry for the Environment
(Umhverfisráðuneytið)
LGM

Second reshuffle: 2 September 2010 – 31 December 2011[edit]

Guðbjartur Hannesson replaced Álfheiður Ingadóttir as Minister of Health and Árni Páll Árnason as Minister of Social Affairs and Social Security. Ögmundur Jónasson replaced Kristján L. Möller as Minister of Transport, Communications and Local Government and Ragna Árnadóttir as Minister of Justice and Human Rights.

Incumbent Minister Ministry Party
Jóhanna Sigurðardóttir Prime Minister
(Forsætisráðherra)
Prime Minister's Office
(Forsætisráðuneytið)
SDA
Árni Páll Árnason Minister of Economic Affairs
(Efnahags- og viðskiptaráðherra)
Ministry of Economic Affairs
(Efnahags- og viðskiptaráðuneytið)
SDA
Guðbjartur Hannesson Minister of Health
(Heilbrigðisráðherra)
Ministry of Health
(Heilbrigðisráðuneytið)
SDA
Minister of Social Affairs and Social Security
(Félags- og tryggingamálaráðherra)
Ministry of Social Affairs and Social Security
(Félags- og tryggingamálaráðuneytið)
Jón Bjarnason Minister of Fisheries and Agriculture
(Sjávarútvegs- og landbúnaðarráðherra)
Ministry of Fisheries and Agriculture
(Sjávarútvegs- og landbúnaðarráðuneytið)
LGM
Katrín Jakobsdóttir Minister of Education, Science and Culture
(Mennta- og menningarmálaráðherra)
Ministry of Education, Science and Culture
(Mennta- og menningarmálaráðuneytið)
LGM
Katrín Júlíusdóttir Minister of Industry, Energy and Tourism
(Iðnaðarráðherra)
Ministry of Industry, Energy and Tourism
(Iðnaðarráðuneytið)
SDA
Ögmundur Jónasson Minister of Justice and Human Rights
(Dómsmála- og mannréttindaráðherra)
Ministry of Justice and Human Rights
(Dómsmála- og mannréttindaráðuneytið)
LGM
Minister of Transport, Communications and Local Government
(Samgöngu- og sveitarstjórnarráðherra)
Ministry of Transport, Communications and Local Government
(Samgöngu- og sveitarstjórnarráðuneytið)
Össur Skarphéðinsson Minister for Foreign Affairs
(Utanríkisráðherra)
Ministry for Foreign Affairs
(Utanríkisráðuneytið)
SDA
Steingrímur J. Sigfússon Minister of Finance
(Fjármálaráðherra)
Ministry of Finance
(Fjármálaráðuneytið)
LGM
Svandís Svavarsdóttir Minister for the Environment
(Umhverfisráðherra)
Ministry for the Environment
(Umhverfisráðuneytið)
LGM

Third reshuffle: 31 December 2011 – 23 May 2013[edit]

Oddný Guðbjörg Harðardóttir replaced Steingrímur J. Sigfússon as Minister of Finance. Steingrímur J. Sigfússon replaced Árni Páll Árnason as Minister of Economic Affairs and Jón Bjarnason as Minister of Fisheries and Agriculture.

Incumbent Minister Ministry Party
Jóhanna Sigurðardóttir Prime Minister
(Forsætisráðherra)
Prime Minister's Office
(Forsætisráðuneytið)
SDA
Guðbjartur Hannesson Minister of Health
(Heilbrigðisráðherra)
Ministry of Health
(Heilbrigðisráðuneytið)
SDA
Minister of Social Affairs and Social Security
(Félags- og tryggingamálaráðherra)
Ministry of Social Affairs and Social Security
(Félags- og tryggingamálaráðuneytið)
Katrín Jakobsdóttir Minister of Education, Science and Culture
(Mennta- og menningarmálaráðherra)
Ministry of Education, Science and Culture
(Mennta- og menningarmálaráðuneytið)
LGM
Katrín Júlíusdóttir Minister of Industry, Energy and Tourism
(Iðnaðarráðherra)
Ministry of Industry, Energy and Tourism
(Iðnaðarráðuneytið)
SDA
Oddný Guðbjörg Harðardóttir Minister of Finance
(Fjármálaráðherra)
Ministry of Finance
(Fjármálaráðuneytið)
SDA
Ögmundur Jónasson Minister of Justice and Human Rights
(Dómsmála- og mannréttindaráðherra)
Ministry of Justice and Human Rights
(Dómsmála- og mannréttindaráðuneytið)
LGM
Minister of Transport, Communications and Local Government
(Samgöngu- og sveitarstjórnarráðherra)
Ministry of Transport, Communications and Local Government
(Samgöngu- og sveitarstjórnarráðuneytið)
Össur Skarphéðinsson Minister for Foreign Affairs
(Utanríkisráðherra)
Ministry for Foreign Affairs
(Utanríkisráðuneytið)
SDA
Steingrímur J. Sigfússon Minister of Economic Affairs
(Efnahags- og viðskiptaráðherra)
Ministry of Economic Affairs
(Efnahags- og viðskiptaráðuneytið)
LGM
Minister of Fisheries and Agriculture
(Sjávarútvegs- og landbúnaðarráðherra)
Ministry of Fisheries and Agriculture
(Sjávarútvegs- og landbúnaðarráðuneytið)
Svandís Svavarsdóttir Minister for the Environment
(Umhverfisráðherra)
Ministry for the Environment
(Umhverfisráðuneytið)
LGM

Change: 1 January 2011[edit]

The Ministry of Justice and Human Rights and the Ministry of Transport, Communications and Local Government merged to form the Ministry of the Interior (Innanríkisráðuneytið). The Ministry of Health and the Ministry of Social Affairs and Social Security merged to form the Ministry of Welfare (Velferðarráðuneytið).[3][4]

Change: 1 September 2012[edit]

The Ministry of Fisheries and Agriculture, the Ministry of Industry, Energy and Tourism and part of the Ministry of Economic Affairs merged to form the Ministry of Industries and Innovation (Atvinnuvega- og nýsköpunarráðuneytið), lead by Steingrímur J. Sigfússon. The Ministry for the Environment was renamed Ministry for the Environment and Natural Resources (Umhverfis- og auðlindaráðuneytið) and the Ministry of Finance and part of the Ministry of Economic Affairs merged to form the Ministry of Finance and Economic Affairs (Fjármála- og efnahagsráðuneytið), lead by Oddný Guðbjörg Harðardóttir.

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