Ingman I Cabinet

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Lauri Ingman's first cabinet was the third cabinet of independent Finland and the first to be called council of state (valtioneuvosto) instead of senate (senaatti).

The cabinet's time period lasted from November 27, 1918 to April 17, 1919, following the surrender of Germany and the consequent republican transformation of the Finnish form of state.

Ministers[edit]

Portfolio Minister Took office Left office Party
Prime Minister   Lauri Ingman November 27, 1918 April 17, 1919 National Coalition
Minister for Foreign Affairs   Carl Enckell November 27, 1918 April 17, 1919 Independent
Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs   Leo Ehrnrooth November 27, 1918 April 17, 1919 Swedish People's
Minister of Justice   Karl Söderholm November 27, 1918 April 17, 1919 Swedish People's
Minister of War   Rudolf Walden November 27, 1918 April 17, 1919 Independent
Minister of the Interior   Antti Tulenheimo November 27, 1918 April 17, 1919 National Coalition
Minister of Finance   Kaarlo Castrén November 27, 1918 April 17, 1919 National Progressive
Deputy Minister of Finance   Juho Vennola November 27, 1918 April 17, 1919 National Progressive
Minister of Church and Education   Mikael Soininen November 27, 1918 April 17, 1919 Young Finnish
Minister of Agriculture   Uuno Brander November 27, 1918 April 17, 1919 Agrarian
Minister of Transport and Public Works   Bernhard Wuolle November 27, 1918 April 17, 1919 National Coalition
Minister of Trade and Industry   Julius Stjernvall November 27, 1918 April 17, 1919 Swedish People's
Minister of Social Affairs   Eero Erkko November 27, 1918 April 17, 1919 National Progressive
Minister of Provisions   Mikko Collan November 27, 1918 April 17, 1919 National Progressive


Preceded by
Cabinet created
Previous government: Paasikivi's senate
Cabinet of Finland
November 27, 1918–April 17, 1919
Succeeded by
K. Castrén