Urho Castrén's cabinet

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Urho Castrén's cabinet was the 28th government of Republic of Finland, in office from October 21, 1944, to November 17, 1944. It was a majority government.

Assembly[1]
Minister Period of office Party
Prime Minister
Urho Castrén
October 21, 1944–November 17, 1944 National Coalition Party
Minister of Foreign Affairs
Carl Enckell
October 21, 1944–November 17, 1944 neutral
Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs
Armas-Eino Martola
October 21, 1944–November 17, 1944 neutral
Minister of Justice
Ernst von Born
October 21, 1944–November 17, 1944 Swedish People's Party
Minister of Interior
Kaarlo Hillilä
October 21, 1944–November 17, 1944 Agrarian League
Deputy Minister of Interior
Eemil Luukka
October 21, 1944–November 17, 1944 Agrarian League
Minister of Defence
Rudolf Walden
October 21, 1944–November 17, 1944 neutral
Minister of Finance
Onni Hiltunen
October 21, 1944–November 17, 1944 Social Democrat
Minister of Justice
Kalle Kauppi
October 21, 1944–November 17, 1944 National Progressive Party
Minister of Agriculture
Viljami Kalliokoski
October 21, 1944–November 17, 1944 Agrarian League
Minister of Transport and Public Works
Väinö Salovaara
October 21, 1944–November 17, 1944 Social Democrat
Deputy Minister of Transport and Public Works
Eero Wuori
October 21, 1944–November 17, 1944 Social Democrat
Minister of Trade and Industry
Uuno Takki
October 21, 1944–November 17, 1944 Social Democrat
Minister of Social Affairs
Karl-August Fagerholm
October 21, 1944–November 17, 1944 Social Democrat
Minister of People's Service
K. J. Ellilä
October 21, 1944–November 17, 1944 Agrarian League
Deputy Minister of People's Service
Jalo Aura
October 21, 1944–November 17, 1944 Social Democrat

References[edit]

  1. ^ 28. Castrén U. Finnish Government. (Finnish)


Preceded by
Antti Hackzell's cabinet
Cabinet of Finland
October 21, 1944–November 17, 1944
Succeeded by
Juho Kusti Paasikivi's second cabinet