First Dombrovskis cabinet

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The first Dombrovskis cabinet was the government of Latvia from 12 March 2009 to 3 November 2010. It was the first government to be led by Valdis Dombrovskis, who was Prime Minister from 2009 until 2014. It took office on 12 March 2009, after the resignation of Ivars Godmanis, succeeding the second Godmanis cabinet, which had lasted from 2007 to 2009. It was replaced by the second Dombrovskis cabinet on 3 November 2010, after the October 2010 election.

Position Name Party Dates
Prime Minister Valdis Dombrovskis New Era Party 12 March 2009 – 3 November 2010
Minister for Defence Imants Viesturs Lieģis Civic Union 12 March 2009 – 3 November 2010
Minister for Foreign Affairs Māris Riekstiņš People's Party 12 March 2009 – 22 March 2010
Māris Riekstiņš (interim) People's Party 22 March 2010 – 29 April 2010
Aivis Ronis Independent 29 April 2010 – 3 November 2010
Minister for Children, Families, and Integration Valdis Dombrovskis New Era Party 12 March 2009 – 30 June 2009
Minister for the Economy Artis Kampars New Era Party 12 March 2009 – 3 November 2010
Minister for Finance Einars Repše New Era Party 12 March 2009 – 3 November 2010
Minister for the Interior Linda Mūrniece New Era Party 12 March 2009 – 3 November 2010
Minister for Education and Science Tatjana Koķe Union of Greens and Farmers 12 March 2009 – 3 November 2010
Minister for Culture Ints Dālderis People's Party 12 March 2009 – 3 November 2010
Minister for Welfare Uldis Augulis Union of Greens and Farmers 12 March 2009 – 3 November 2010
Minister for Regional Development and Local Government Edgars Zalāns People's Party 12 March 2009 – 22 March 2010
Raimonds Vējonis (interim) Union of Greens and Farmers 23 March 2010 – 13 May 2010
Dagnija Staķe Union of Greens and Farmers 13 May 2010 – 3 November 2010
Minister for Transport Kaspars Gerhards For Fatherland and Freedom/LNNK 12 March 2009 – 3 November 2010
Minister for Justice Mareks Segliņš People's Party 12 March 2009 – 22 March 2010
Uldis Augulis (interim) Union of Greens and Farmers 23 March 2010 – 19 April 2010
Imants Viesturs Lieģis (interim) Civic Union 20 April 2010 – 3 November 2010
Minister for Health Ivars Eglītis People's Party 12 March 2009 – 17 June 2009
Baiba Rozentāle People's Party 29 June 2009 – 22 March 2010
Linda Mūrniece (interim) New Era Party 23 March 2010 – 13 May 2010
Didzis Gavars Independent 13 May 2010 – 3 November 2010
Minister for the Environment Raimonds Vējonis Union of Greens and Farmers 12 March 2009 – 3 November 2010
Minister for Agriculture Jānis Dūklavs Union of Greens and Farmers 12 March 2009 – 3 November 2010