Hagerup's Second Cabinet

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The Hagerup's Second Cabinet governed Norway between 22 October 1903 and 11 March 1905. It fell as the cabinet ministers collectively resigned on 28 February and 1 March 1905, as part of the build-up for the dissolution of the union between Norway and Sweden in 1905. Christian Michelsen withdrew his application, and could form the cabinet Michelsen. It had the following composition:

Cabinet members[edit]

Portfolio Minister Period[1] Party
Prime Minister Francis Hagerup Coalition
Prime Minister in Stockholm Sigurd Ibsen Liberal
Member of the Council of State Division in Stockholm Christian Michelsen – 31 August 1904
(leave of absence 30 June – 1 September 1904)
Liberal
Paul Benjamin Vogt – 31 August 1904 Conservative
Birger Kildal 1 September 1904 – Liberal
Jacob Marius Schøning 1 September 1904 – Liberal
Minister of Defence Oscar Sigvald Julius Strugstad Coalition
Minister of Finance and Customs Birger Kildal – 31 August 1904 Liberal
Christian Michelsen 1 September 1904 – Liberal
Minister of Auditing Birger Kildal – 31 August 1904 Liberal
Paul Benjamin Vogt 1 September 1904 – Conservative
Minister of Foreign Affairs, Trade, Shipping and Industry Jacob Marius Schøning – 31 August 1904 Liberal
Paul Benjamin Vogt 1 September 1904 – Conservative
Minister of Labour Hans Christian Albert Hansen Conservative
Minister of Justice and the Police Francis Hagerup Coalition
Minister of Agriculture Christian Pierre Mathiesen – 26 September 1904 Conservative
Johan Egeberg Mellbye 26 September 1904 – Conservative
Minister of Church and Education Hans Nilsen Hauge Conservative

State Secretary[edit]

Not to be confused with the modern title State Secretary. The old title State Secretary, used between 1814 and 1925, is now known as Secretary to the Government (Regjeringsråd).[2]

References[edit]

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ Unless otherwise noted, the period was 22 October 1903 - 11 March 1905
  2. ^ Secretary to the Council of State since 1814 - Government.no