Vennola I Cabinet

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Juho Vennola's first cabinet was the third government of Republic of Finland. Cabinet's time period was from August 15, 1919 – March 15, 1920. It was a minority government.

Assembly
Minister Period of office Party
Prime Minister
Juho Vennola
September 15, 1919–March 15, 1920 National Progressive Party (Finland)
Minister for Foreign Affairs
Rudolf Holsti
September 15, 1919–March 15, 1920 National Progressive Party
Minister of Justice
Henrik Kahelin
September 15, 1919–March 15, 1920 National Progressive Party
Minister of War
Karl Emil Berg
September 15, 1919–March 15, 1920 Independent
Minister of the Interior
Heikki Ritavuori
September 15, 1919–March 15, 1920 National Progressive Party
Minister of Finance
Johannes Lundson
September 15, 1919–March 15, 1920 National Progressive Party
Minister of Church and Education
Mikael Soininen
September 15, 1919–March 15, 1920 National Progressive Party
Minister of Agriculture
Kyösti Kallio
September 15, 1919–March 15, 1920 Agrarian League
Deputy Minister of Agriculture
Kyösti Kallio
September 15, 1919–March 15, 1920 Agrarian League
Minister of Transport and Public Works
Santeri Pohjanpalo
September 15, 1919–March 15, 1920 National Progressive Party
Minister of Trade and Industry
Eero Erkko
September 15, 1919–March 15, 1920 National Progressive Party
Minister of Social Affairs
Santeri Alkio
September 15, 1919–March 15, 1920 Agrarian League
Minister of Provisions
Mikko Collan
September 15, 1919–March 15, 1920 National Progressive Party
Minister without Portfolio
Mikko Luopajärvi
September 15, 1919–March 15, 1920 Agrarian League


Preceded by
Kaarlo Castrén's cabinet
Cabinet of Finland
September 15, 1919–March 15, 1920
Succeeded by
Erich's cabinet