Ingman II Cabinet

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Lauri Ingman's second cabinet was the 11th cabinet of independent Finland between 31 May 1924 – 31 March 1925.[1] It was formed following the 1924 parliamentary elections between four parties—National Coalition Party, Agrarian Party, National Progressive Party and Swedish People's Party—and had a majority in the parliament during the first six months. Overall, the cabinet lasted 305 days in office.[2]

The cabinet lost its parliamentary majority after the Agrarian Party withdraw from cabinet following a disagreement on the pension of government officials. The Ingman cabinet finally resigned four months after that due to defeat of an election bill in the parliament.[3]

Assembly
Minister Period of office Party
Prime Minister
Lauri Ingman
31 May 1924–31 March 1925 National Coalition Party
Minister for Foreign Affairs
Hjalmar Procopé
31 May 1924–31 March 1925 Swedish People's Party
Minister of Justice
Albert von Hellens
January 18, 1924–May 31, 1924 National Progressive Party
Minister of Defence
Lauri Malmberg
31 May 1924–31 March 1925 Indenpendent
Minister of the Interior
Gunnar Sahlstein
31 May 1924–31 March 1925 National Coalition Party
Minister of Finance
Yrjö Pulkkinen
January 18, 1924–May 31, 1924 National Coalition Party
Minister of Education
Lauri Ingman
31 May 1924–31 March 1925 National Coalition Party
Deputy Minister of Education
Antti Kukkonen
Oskari Mantere
31 May 1924–22 November 1924
22 November 1924–31 March 1925
Agrarian League
National Progressive Party
Minister of Agriculture
Jalo Lahdensuo
Ilmari Auer
1 May 1924–22 November 1924
22 November 1924–31 March 1925
National Progressive Party
Agrarian League
Deputy Minister of Agriculture
Ilmari Auer
Pekka Pennanen
May 31, 1924–November 22, 1924
November 22, 1924–March 31, 1925
National Progressive Party
National Coalition Party
Minister of Transport and Public Works
Eero Hahl
Rolf Witting
31 May 1924–22 November 1924
22 November 1924–31 March 1925
Agrarian League
Swedish People's Party
Minister of Trade and Industry
Axel Palmgren
31 May 1924–31 March 1925 Swedish People's Party
Minister of Social Affairs
Niilo Liakka
Lauri Pohjala
31 May 1924–22 November 1924
22 November 1924–31 March 1925
Agrarian League
National Coalition Party

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Ministerikortisto". Valtioneuvosto (Finnish Government). Archived from the original on January 4, 2009. Retrieved 2009-05-24. 
  2. ^ "Hallituksen kokoonpano 11. Ingman II". Ministerikortisto (in Finnish). Valtioneuvosto. Archived from the original on September 29, 2007. Retrieved 2009-05-24. 
  3. ^ Jääskeläinen, Mauno (1973). Itsenäisyyden ajan eduskunta 1919–1938. Suomen Kansanedustuslaitoksen Historia. 7. Eduskunnan historiakomitea. ISBN 951-859-196-2. 
Preceded by
Cajander II
Cabinet of Finland
31 May 1924 – 31 March 1925.
Succeeded by
Tulenheimo