Fagerholm II Cabinet

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Karl-August Fagerholm's second cabinet was the 40th government of Republic of Finland. Cabinet's time period was from October 20, 1954 to March 3, 1956. It was Majority government.

Assembly
Minister Period of office Party
Prime Minister
Karl-August Fagerholm
March 3, 1956–May 27, 1957 Social Democrat
Minister for Foreign Affairs
Ralf Törngren
March 3, 1956–May 27, 1957 Swedish People's Party
Minister of Justice
Vilho Väyrynen
Arvo Helminen
March 3,1956–May 2,1956
May 2,1956–May 27,1957
Social Democrat
Indenpendent
Minister of Defence
Kauno Kleemola
March 3, 1956–May 27, 1957 Agrarian League
Minister of the Interior
Vilho Väyrynen
March 3, 1956–May 27, 1957 Social Democrat
Minister of Finance
Emil Skog
March 3, 1956–May 27, 1957 Social Democrat
Deputy Minister of Finance
Mauno Jussila
March 3, 1956–May 27, 1957 Agrarian League
Minister of Education
Johannes Virolainen
March 3, 1956–May 27, 1957 Agrarian League
Minister of Agriculture
Martti Miettunen
March 3, 1956–May 27, 1957 Agrarian League
Minister of Transport and Public Works
Eino Palovesi
March 3, 1956–May 27, 1957 Agrarian League
Deputy Minister of Transport and Public Works
Hannes Tiainen
March 3, 1956–May 27, 1957 Social Democrat
Minister of Trade and Industry
Kauno Kleemola
March 3, 1956–May 27, 1957 Agrarian League
Minister of Social Affairs
Tyyne Leivo-Larsson
March 3, 1956–May 27, 1957 Social Democrat


Preceded by
Urho Kekkonen's fifth cabinet
Cabinet of Finland
March 3, 1956–May 27, 1957
Succeeded by
Vieno Johannes Sukselainen's first cabinet