Bratteli's First Cabinet

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Bratteli's First Cabinet governed Norway between 17 March 1971 and 18 October 1972. The Labour Party cabinet was led by Trygve Bratteli.

On 8 May 1972 there was a cabinet reshuffle. The Ministry of Wages and Prices was discontinued, the Ministry of Family and Consumer Affairs was restructured as the Ministry of Consumer Affairs and Administration, and the Ministry of the Environment was established.

It had the following composition:

Cabinet members[edit]

Portfolio Minister Period[1] Party
Prime Minister Trygve Bratteli Labour
Minister of Foreign Affairs Andreas Zeier Cappelen Labour
Minister of Defence Alv Fostervoll Labour
Minister of Industry Finn Lied (leave of absence 24 September 1971 – 4 November) Labour
Per Kleppe 24 September 1971 – 4 November 1972
(acting)
Labour
Minister of Finance and Customs Ragnar Christiansen Labour
Minister of Wages and Prices Olav Gjærevoll – 8 May 1972 Labour
Minister of Local Government and Labour Odvar Nordli Labour
Minister of Social Affairs Odd Højdahl Labour
Minister of Transport and Communications Reiulf Steen Labour
Minister of Trade and Shipping Per Kleppe Labour
Minister of Fisheries Knut Hoem – 24 January 1972 Labour
Magnus Andersen 24 January 1972 – Labour
Minister of Agriculture Thorstein Treholt Labour
Ministry of the Environment Olav Gjærevoll 8 May 1972 – Labour
Minister of Justice and Police Oddvar Berrefjord Labour
Minister of Consumer Affairs and Administration
(known as Minister of Family and Consumer Affairs until 8 May 1972)
Inger Louise Valle Labour
Minister of Church Affairs and Education Bjartmar Gjerde Labour

State Secretaries[edit]

Ministry State Secretary Period[1] Party
Office of the Prime Minister Oluf Fuglerud 19 March 1971 – Labour
Arne Gunnar Lie 19 March 1971 – Labour
Erik Himle 19 March 1971 – 6 July 1972 Labour
Lasse Aasland 1 September 1971 – Labour
Kjell Thorbjørn Kristensen 7 August 1972 – 30 September 1972 Labour
Ministry of Foreign Affairs Thorvald Stoltenberg 19 March 1971 – Labour
Ministry of Finance and Customs Juul Bjerke 19 March 1971 – Labour
Ministry of Wages and Prices Ulf Oscar Sand 19 March 1971 – 8 May 1972 Labour
Ministry of Defence Sverre Frogner 26 April 1971 – Labour
Ministry of Industry Arve Johnsen 19 March 1971 – Labour
Ministry of Local Government and Labour Leif Jørgen Aune 19 March 1971 – Labour
Ministry of Social Affairs Torbjørn Mork 19 March 1971 – Labour
Ministry of Transport and Communications Kåre Ellingsgård 19 March 1971 – – 22 August 1971 Labour
Ministry of Trade and Shipping Erik Andreas Ribu 26 March 1971 – – 31 August 1972 Labour
Ministry of Fisheries Sven Olsen 26 April 1971 – – – 24 January 1972 Labour
Herlof Gjerde 31 January 1972 – Labour
Ministry of Agriculture Hans Solberg 19 March 1971 – Labour
Ministry of the Environment Olav Sigurd Carlsen 15 May 1972 – Labour
Ministry of Justice and Police Elsa Rastad Bråten 26 March 1971 – Labour
Ministry of Consumer Affairs and Administration Ulf Oscar Sand 8 May 1972 – Labour
Ministry of Church Affairs and Education Hans Christian Ingemann Østvold 19 April 1971 – Labour

References[edit]

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ a b Unless otherwise noted, the period was 17 March 1971 – 18 October 1972