Kauno Kleemola

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Kauno Kleemola.

Kauno Antero Kleemola (5 July 1906, in Kälviä – 12 March 1965, in Kannus) was a Finnish politician from the Agrarian League.

Kleemola was a farmer from Central Ostrobothnia and as politician an advocate of Central Ostrobothnia in Helsinki. He was speaker of the parliament 1962-1965 and minister in several cabinets of Kekkonen, and hold the title of Deputy Prime Minister in 1961.[1] Kekkonen designated him as the prime minister in December 1958; Kleemola, however, failed to form cabinet.


  1. ^ "Edustajamatrikkeli" (in Finnish). Eduskunta.
Political offices
Preceded by
Karl-August Fagerholm
Speaker of the Parliament of Finland
Succeeded by
Karl-August Fagerholm