20st cabinet of the Netherlands
|Date formed||21 April 1888|
|Date dissolved||21 August 1891 |
(Demissionary from 9 July 1891 )
|People and organisations|
|Head of state||King William III (1888–1890) |
Queen Wilhelmina (1890–1891)
|Head of government||Aeneas Mackay|
|No. of ministers||8|
|Total no. of ministers||10|
|Member party||Anti-Revolutionary Party |
|Status in legislature||Centre-right Majority government|
|Opposition party||Liberal Union|
|Opposition leader||Hendrik Goeman Borgesius|
|Outgoing election||1891 election|
|Predecessor||J. Heemskerk cabinet|
|Successor||Van Tienhoven cabinet|
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The Mackay cabinet was the cabinet of the Netherlands from 21 April 1888 until 21 August 1891. The cabinet was formed by the Anti-Revolutionary Party (ARP), Independent Catholics (Ind. C.) and Independent Protestants (Ind. P.) after the election of 1888. The centre-right cabinet was a majority government in the House of Representatives. Aeneas Mackay of the Anti-Revolutionary Party was Prime Minister.
- Res Resigned.
- Appt Appointment: Aeneas Mackay appointed as Minister of Colonial Affairs.
- (in Dutch) Kabinet-Mackay Parlement & Politiek