Stoltenberg's Second Cabinet

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Stoltenberg's Second Cabinet
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60th cabinet of Norway
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Date formed 17 October 2005
Date dissolved 16 October 2013
People and organisations
Head of state Harald V of Norway
Head of government Jens Stoltenberg
Member party Labour Party
Socialist Left Party
Centre Party
Status in legislature Red–Green Coalition
History
Election(s) 2005 parliamentary election
2009 parliamentary election
Outgoing formation 2013 parliamentary election
Predecessor Bondevik's Second Cabinet
Successor Solberg's Cabinet

Stoltenberg's Second Cabinet was the Government of Norway from 17 October 2005 to 16 October 2013. It was a coalition between the Labour Party, the Socialist Left Party and the Centre Party, known as the Red–Green Coalition. On 9 September 2013, the coalition was defeated in the 2013 election.

The cabinet has ten members from the Labour Party, five from the Socialist Left Party and four from the Centre Party. It replaced Bondevik's Second Cabinet following the 2005 parliamentary election where the three parties won a majority in parliament. In the 2009 parliamentary election, the three parties retained their majority, and the coalition continued.

The cabinet is the first time the Socialist Left Party has sat in government, and the second time, after the post-war interim Gerhardsen's First Cabinet, where the Labour Party sits in a coalition government. It was the first cabinet to have had a majority of women, the first to have had a member with a non-Western heritage and the first to have had a member who was a Muslim.

Replacements[edit]

Resignation of the cabinet on 16 October 2013

There have been several changes since Prime Minister Jens Stoltenberg presented his first team in October 2005:

  • On 29 September 2006, Odd Eriksen resigned as Minister of Trade and Industry, and was succeeded by Dag Terje Andersen.
  • On 21 September 2007, Odd Roger Enoksen resigned as Minister of Petroleum and Energy and was replaced by Åslaug Haga, who was succeeded as Minister of Local Government and Regional Development by Magnhild Meltveit Kleppa, thus making the first government in the history of Norway with more women than men.
  • On 18 October 2007, Helen Bjørnøy resigned as Minister of Environment and Øystein Djupedal as Minister of Education and Science. Fellow Socialist Left Party minister Erik Solheim became joint Minister of International Development and Environment (though the two roles were not merged, International Development is part of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs), while Djupedal was succeeded by Bård Vegard Solhjell as Minister of Education and Tora Aasland as Minister of Science. Karita Bekkemellem resigned as Minister of Children and Equality and was replaced by Norway's first minister with a minority background, Manuela Ramin-Osmundsen.
  • On 15 February 2008, Ramin-Osmundsen was forced to resign following the strong criticism she faced after withholding information and lying to the Prime Minister on a possible conflict of interest in appointing a new children's ombudsman.[1] Anniken Huitfeldt was appointed new minister on 29 February 2008.[2]
  • On 20 June 2008, Åslaug Haga resigned as Minister of Petroleum and Energy citing health problems following press revelations about a building violations scandal.[3] The resignation led to a major reshuffle. Haga was replaced as Minister of Petroleum and Energy by Terje Riis-Johansen, who was himself replaced as Minister of Agriculture and Food by member of parliament and fellow Centre Party politician Lars Peder Brekk. Among the Labour Party ministers, Dag Terje Andersen moved to the Ministry of Labour and Social Inclusion and was replaced as Minister of Industry and Trade by Sylvia Brustad. Her former Ministry of Health and Care Services was taken by Bjarne Håkon Hanssen.[4][5][6]
  • On 2 October 2009, Dag Terje Andersen resigned as Minister of Labour and Social Inclusion to become President of the Storting and Helga Pedersen as Minister of Fisheries and Coastal Affairs to become parliamentary leader for the Labour party in the Storting.[7]
  • Following the re-election of the Government, the Prime Minister on 20 October 2009 presented a new cabinet with several changes.[8] The election strengthened the Labour party, while weakening the Socialist Left party, and the latter thus handed over one ministry to the former. They also gave up the Ministry of Finance for the Ministry of Children, Equality and Social inclusion. Another change in the composition of the government was the promotion of Karl Eirik Schjøtt-Pedersen from state secretary to Minister at the Office of the Prime Minister, thus adding to the number of ministers. In the Labour party, Minister of Health and Care Services Bjarne Håkon Hanssen and Minister of Trade and Industry Sylvia Brustad, both resigned from politics. The health portfolio was given to Anne-Grete Strøm-Erichsen, who was succeeded as Minister of Defence by Grete Faremo. The Trade and Industry portfolio was given to Trond Giske, who was succeeded as Minister of Culture by Anniken Huitfeldt (while the church portfolio was moved to the Ministry of Government Administration and Reform). Her former Ministry of Children of Equality was handed to the new Socialist Left party chairman Audun Lysbakken, who also took the portfolio of social inclusion. The former Socialist Left party chairman Kristin Halvorsen left the Ministry of Finance to become new Minister of Education, while the incumbent of that ministry, Bård Vegar Solhjell, resigned from the government to become parliamentary leader for the Socialist Left party in the Storting. Sigbjørn Johnsen became new Minister of Finance for the Labour party. The Ministry of Government Administration and Reform received the church portfolio, and Labour party MP Rigmor Aasrud was appointed minister. The outgoing Socialist Left party minister, Heidi Grande Røys, resigned from politics. To fill the vacancies left by the post-election (2 October) resignations of Andersen as Minister of Labour, and Pedersen as Minister of Fisheries and Coastal Affairs, new Labour party ministers were Lisbeth Berg-Hansen and Hanne Bjurstrøm. The Centre party kept their ministers, but there was a switch of ministries. Party leader Liv Signe Navarsete became Minister for Local Government and Regional Development, while Magnhild Meltveit Kleppa took Navarsete's former Ministry of Transport and Communications.
  • On 4 March 2011, Terje Riis-Johansen resigned as Minister of Petroleum and Energy and was replaced by Ola Borten Moe.
  • On 11 November 2011, Knut Storberget resigned as Minister of Justice, stating he wanted to spend more time with his children after troubling months following the July 2011 mass shooting in Oslo and at Utøya. He was replaced by Grete Faremo, who was succeeded as Minister of Defence by Espen Barth Eide.[9]
  • On 5 March 2012, Audun Lysbakken left the government as Minister of Children, Equality and Social Inclusion and was replaced by Kristin Halvorsen until further notice[10]
  • On 23 March 2012, Erik Solheim and Tora Aasland retired. Both education portfolios were put under the responsibility of Halvorsen. Inga Marte Thorkildsen was appointed Minister of Children, Equality and Social Inclusion; Heikki Holmås was appointed Minister of International Development; and Solhjell was appointed Minister of the Environment.
  • On 18 June 2012, Magnhild Meltveit Kleppa and Lars Peder Brekk resigned. Kleppa was succeeded as Minister of Transportation and Communication by Marit Arnstad, while Brekk was succeeded as Minister of Agriculture and Food by Trygve Slagsvold Vedum.[11]
  • On 21 September 2012, Hanne Bjurstrøm resigned, and was replaced as Minister of Labour by Anniken Huitfeldt. Her former Ministry of Culture was handed to Hadia Tajik, who thus became Norway's first Muslim member of government. At the same time Jonas Gahr Støre was appointed Minister of Health and Care Services, replacing Anne-Grete Strøm-Erichsen who was re-appointed as Minister of Defence (the position she held between 2005 and 2009). The Minister of Defence, Espen Barth Eide, succeeded Gahr Støre as Minister of Foreign Affairs.[12]

Change in ministry structure[edit]

From 1 January 2010 there was a change in the Ministry structure, following the September 2009 election and re-formation of the government. The Social Inclusion division of the Ministry of Labour and Social Inclusion was split between the Ministry of Children and Equality and the Ministry of Justice and Police. The Church Affairs division of the Ministry of Culture and Church Affairs was moved to the Ministry of Government Administration and Reform.

From 1 January 2012 the Ministry of Justice and Police was renamed as the Ministry of Justice and Emergency Planning[10][13]

Cabinet members[edit]

Portfolio Minister Took office Left office Party
Prime Minister Jens Stoltenberg17 October 200516 October 2013Labour
Minister at the Office of the Prime Minister Karl Eirik Schjøtt-Pedersen20 October 200916 October 2013Labour
Minister of Foreign Affairs Jonas Gahr Støre17 October 200521 September 2012Labour
 Espen Barth Eide21 September 201216 October 2013Labour
Minister of Defence Anne-Grete Strøm-Erichsen17 October 200520 October 2009Labour
 Grete Faremo20 October 200911 November 2011Labour
 Espen Barth Eide11 November 201121 September 2012Labour
 Anne-Grete Strøm-Erichsen21 September 201216 October 2013Labour
Minister of Trade and Industry Odd Eriksen17 October 200529 September 2006Labour
 Dag Terje Andersen29 September 200620 June 2008Labour
 Sylvia Brustad20 June 200820 October 2009Labour
 Trond Giske20 October 200916 October 2013Labour
Minister of Government Administration and Reform Heidi Grande Røys17 October 200520 October 2009Socialist Left
 Rigmor Aasrud20 October 200916 October 2013Labour
Minister of Finance Kristin Halvorsen17 October 200520 October 2009Socialist Left
 Sigbjørn Johnsen20 October 200916 October 2013Labour
Minister of Local Government and Regional Development Åslaug Haga17 October 200521 September 2007Centre
 Magnhild Meltveit Kleppa21 September 200720 October 2009Centre
 Liv Signe Navarsete20 October 200916 October 2013Centre
Minister of Health and Care Services Sylvia Brustad17 October 200520 June 2008Labour
 Bjarne Håkon Hanssen20 June 200820 October 2009Labour
 Anne-Grete Strøm-Erichsen20 October 200921 September 2012Labour
 Jonas Gahr Støre21 September 201216 October 2013Labour
Minister of Church Affairs Trond Giske17 October 200520 October 2009Labour
 Rigmor Aasrud20 October 200916 October 2013Labour
Minister of Culture Trond Giske17 October 200520 October 2009Labour
 Anniken Huitfeldt20 October 200921 September 2012Labour
 Hadia Tajik21 September 201216 October 2013Labour
Minister of Labour and Social Inclusion Bjarne Håkon Hanssen17 October 200520 June 2008Labour
 Dag Terje Andersen20 June 20082 October 2009Labour
 Rigmor Aasrud20 October 200920 December 2009Labour
 Hanne Bjurstrøm21 December 200921 September 2012Labour
 Anniken Huitfeldt21 September 201216 October 2013Labour
Minister of Transport and Communications Liv Signe Navarsete17 October 200520 October 2009Centre
 Magnhild Meltveit Kleppa20 October 200918 June 2012Centre
 Marit Arnstad18 June 201216 October 2013Centre
Minister of Fisheries and Coastal Affairs Helga Pedersen17 October 20052 October 2009Labour
 Sylvia Brustad2 October 200920 October 2009Labour
 Lisbeth Berg-Hansen20 October 200916 October 2013Labour
Minister of International Development Erik Solheim17 October 200523 March 2012Socialist Left
 Heikki Holmås23 March 201216 October 2013Socialist Left
Minister of the Environment Helen Bjørnøy17 October 200518 October 2007Socialist Left
 Erik Solheim18 October 200723 March 2012Socialist Left
 Bård Vegar Solhjell23 March 201216 October 2013Socialist Left
Minister of Agriculture and Food Terje Riis-Johansen17 October 200520 June 2008Centre
 Lars Peder Brekk20 June 200818 June 2012Centre
 Trygve Slagsvold Vedum18 June 201216 October 2013Centre
Minister of Justice and the Police Knut Storberget17 October 200511 November 2011Labour
 Trond Giske27 February 200930 March 2009Labour
 Grete Faremo1 January 201131 March 2011Labour
 Grete Faremo11 November 201116 October 2013Labour
Minister of Children, Equality and Social Inclusion Karita Bekkemellem17 October 200518 October 2007Labour
 Manuela Ramin-Osmundsen18 October 200715 February 2008Labour
 Anniken Huitfeldt29 February 200820 October 2009Labour
 Audun Lysbakken20 October 20095 March 2012Socialist Left
 Inga Marte Thorkildsen23 March 201216 October 2013Socialist Left
Minister of Petroleum and Energy Odd Roger Enoksen17 October 200521 September 2007Centre
 Åslaug Haga21 September 200720 June 2008Centre
 Terje Riis-Johansen20 June 20084 March 2011Centre
 Ola Borten Moe4 March 201116 October 2013Centre
Minister of Education Øystein Djupedal17 October 200518 October 2007Socialist Left
 Bård Vegar Solhjell18 October 200720 October 2009Socialist Left
 Kristin Halvorsen20 October 200916 October 2013Socialist Left
Minister of Research and Higher Education Øystein Djupedal17 October 200518 October 2007Socialist Left
 Tora Aasland18 October 200723 March 2012Socialist Left

State Secretaries[edit]

Ministry State Secretary Period[14] Party
Office of the Prime Minister Lars Erik Flatø – 1 December 2006 Labour
Bård Vegar Solhjell – 18 October 2007 Socialist Left
Hege Solbakken – 3 March 2008 Centre
Svein Fjellheim – 30 November 2012 Labour
Morten Wetland – 31 December 2007 Labour
Torbjørn Giæver Eriksen – 11 June 2011 Labour
Rita Skjærvik (leave of absence 9 March 2006 – 30 November 2006)
(leave of absence 12 January 2010 – 16 August 2010)
Labour
Kjersti Markusson 22 October 2007 – 31 December 2009 Socialist Left
Hilde Singsaas 1 December 2006 – 20 October 2009
(acting since 17 March)
Labour
Anne Odden 1 June 2006 – 17 September 2006
(acting)
Labour
Kjetil Hillestad 1 June 2006 – 17 September 2006
(acting)
Socialist Left
Karl Eirik Schjøtt-Pedersen 1 December 2006 – 20 October 2009 Labour
Snorre Wikstrøm 1 January 2008 – 15 September 2008
20 October 2009 –
(leave of absence 3 September 2012 – 21 April 2013)
Labour
Per J. Jordal 3 March 2008 – 16 October 2009 Centre
Jan-Erik Larsen 15 September 2008 – 16 October 2009 Labour
Dagfinn Sundsbø 20 October 2009 – 28 September 2012 Centre
Mina Gerhardsen 20 October 2009 – 1 February 2012 Labour
Tor Brostigen 1 January 2010 – Socialist Left
Lotte Grepp Knutsen 13 January 2010 – 16 August 2010
(acting)
Labour
Hans Kristian Amundsen 9 May 2011 –
leave of absence 4 October 2012 – 12 November 2012
Labour
Inger-Anne Ravlum 11 June 2011 – Labour
Halvard Ingebrigtsen 15 May 2013 –
previously acting from 24 September 2012 – 21 April 2013
Labour
Erik Lahnstein 28 September 2012 – Centre
Sindre Fossum Beyer 4 October 2012 – 4 November 2012
acting
Labour
Mette Nord 23 November 2012 – 13 September 2013 Labour
Ministry of Foreign Affairs Kjetil Skogrand 21 October 2005 – 17 November 2006 Labour
Raymond Johansen[15] 28 October 2005 – 24 April 2009 Labour
Liv Monica Bargem Stubholt 7 November 2005 – 21 September 2007 Centre
Elisabeth Walaas 21 September 2007 – 4 January 2010 Labour
Gry Larsen 24 April 2009 –
(leave of absence 9 August 2010 – 26 February 2011,
7 September 2013 –)
Labour
Erik Lahnstein 4 January 2010 – 3 February 2012 Centre
Espen Barth Eide – 28 June 2010 Labour
Anne Margareth Stenhammer
(International Development)
– 16 November 2007 Socialist Left
Håkon Gulbrandsen
(International Development)
16 November 2007 – 20 November 2009 Socialist Left
Ingrid Fiskaa
(International Development)
20 November 2009 – Socialist Left
Torgeir Larsen 18 November 2011 – Labour
Arvinn Gadgil
(International Development)
13 April 2012 – Socialist Left
Kathrine Raadim 7 September 2013 – Labour
Ministry of Defence Espen Barth Eide – 28 June 2010 Labour
Roger Ingebrigtsen 28 June 2010 – 21 September 2012 Labour
Eirik Øwre Thorshaug 21 September 2012 – Labour
Ministry of Industry and Trade Frode Berge 21 October 2005 – 14 December 2007 Labour
Karin Yrvin 21 October 2005 – 29 September 2006 Labour
Rikke Lind 26 January 2007 – 4 May 2012
(leave of absence 7 January 2008 – 1 August 2008)
Labour
Øyvind Slåke 14 December 2007 – 2 October 2009 Labour
Annelene Svingen 7 January 2008 – 1 July 2008
(acting)
Labour
Arvid Libak 20 June 2008 – 12 September 2008 Labour
Fride Solbakken 2 October 2009 – 20 October 2009
(acting)
Labour
Pål Julius Skogholt 20 November 2009 – 4 February 2011 Socialist Left
Jeanette Iren Moen 15 May 2012 – Labour
Roger Ingebrigtsen 21 September 2012 – 7 December 2012 Labour
Kristin Maurstad 7 December 2012 – 28 April 2013
(acting)
Labour
Trygve Svensson 7 May 2013 – Labour
Ministry of Government Administration, Reform and Church Affairs Wenche Lyngholm 21 October 2005 – 20 October 2009 Socialist Left
Halvard Ingebrigtsen 20 October 2009 –
(acting in the Office of the Prime Minister 24 September 2012 - 5 May 2013)
Labour
Raimo Valle 20 October 2009 – 24 August 2012 Labour
Inger-Anne Ravlum 23 October 2009 – 11 June 2011 Labour
Tone-Helen Toften 30 September 2011 – 1 October 2013 Labour
Jon Reidar Øyan 11 November 2011 – 31 December 2011
(acting)
Labour
Ragnhild Vassvik 7 September 2012 – Labour
Ministry of Finance Roger Schjerva[16] 17 October 2005 –
(leave of absence 18 May 2009 – 31 July 2009)
Socialist Left
Geir Axelsen – 20 October 2009 Labour
Roger Sandum – 20 October 2009 Socialist Left
Bjørn Arild Gram – 12 October 2007
(leave of absence 6 August 2007 – 30 September 2007)
Centre
Kjersti Markusson 21 October 2005 – 22 October 2007 Socialist Left
Sigrid Hjørnegård 6 August 2007 – 3 September 2007
(acting)
Centre
Ole Morten Geving 12 October 2007 – 17 December 2010 Centre
Henriette Westhrin 18 October 2007 – 20 October 2009 Socialist Left
Bernt Sverre Mehammer 18 May 2009 – 31 July 2009
(acting)
Socialist Left
Hilde Singsaas 20 October 2009 – Labour
Kjetil Lund 20 October 2009 – Labour
Morten Søberg 17 December 2010 – Centre
Ministry of Local Government and Regional Development Inge Bartnes – 21 September 2007 Centre
Guri Størvold – 21 September 2007
20 October 2009 – 3 February 2012
(leave of absence 6 March 2011 – 2 October 2011)
Centre
Dag-Henrik Sandbakken 21 October 2005 – 1 February 2013 Centre
Janne Sjelmo Nordås 2 November 2007 – 30 September 2009
(leave of absence 10 August 2009 – 15 September 2009)
Centre
Lars Erik Bartnes 10 August 2009 – 15 September 2009
(acting)
Centre
Hege Solbakken 20 October 2009 – Centre
Erlend Fuglum 3 February 2012 – Centre
Anne Beathe Tvinnereim 19 October 2012 –
(acting since 14 February 2011)
Centre
Eli Blakstad 11 January 2013 – Centre
Ministry of Health and Care Services Rigmor Aasrud 21 October 2005 – 30 September 2009 Labour
Wegard Harsvik 21 October 2005 – 3 December 2007 Labour
Arvid Libak 13 October 2006 – 20 June 2008 Labour
Kari Henriksen 3 December 2007 – 3 April 2009 Labour
Dagfinn Sundsbø 20 June 2008 – 20 October 2009 Centre
Ellen Birgitte Pedersen 27 June 2008 – 20 October 2009 Socialist Left
Ketil Lindseth 27 February 2009 – 20 October 2009 Labour
Tone-Helen Toften 20 October 2009 – 30 September 2011 Labour
Roger Ingebrigtsen 20 October 2009 – 28 June 2010 Labour
Ragnhild Mathisen 23 October 2009 – 7 September 2012 Labour
Robin Kåss 25 June 2010 –
(leave of absence 3 March 2011 – 11 May 2011)
Labour
Tord Dale 3 March 2011 – 11 May 2011
(acting)
Labour
Lotte Grepp Knutsen 27 December 2011 – 20 April 2012 Labour
Kjell Erik Øie 8 June 2012 – Labour
Nina Tangnæs Grønvold 28 September 2012 – Labour
Ministry of Culture Randi Øverland 21 October 2005 – 30 November 2007 Labour
Mette Gundersen 21 October 2005 –
(leave of absence 1 October 2006 – 3 June 2007)
Labour
Halvard Ingebrigtsen 1 June 2007 – 20 October 2009
(acting since 12 October 2006)
Labour
Wegard Harsvik 3 December 2007 – 20 October 2009 Labour
Lotte Grepp Knutsen 20 October 2009 – 27 December 2011
(leave of absence 7 March 2011 – 27 December 2011)
Labour
Lubna Jaffery 23 October 2009 – 23 March 2012 Labour
Roger Solheim 13 January 2010 – 16 August 2010
(acting)

7 March 2011 – 31 December 2011
(acting)

Labour
Mina Gerhardsen 1 February 2012 – Labour
Kjersti Stenseng 15 May 2012 – 1 October 2013
(previously acting from 1 November 2011 – 31 December 2011)
Labour
Ministry of Labour Jan-Erik Støstad 21 October 2005 – 23 November 2012 Labour
Libe S. Rieber-Mohn 21 October 2005 – 20 October 2009 Labour
Laila Gustavsen 21 October 2005 – 30 September 2009 Labour
Berit Oskal Eira 28 October 2005 – 26 October 2007 Independent
Raimo Valle 26 October 2007 – 20 October 2009 Labour
Gina Lund 20 October 2009 – 15 February 2013 Labour
Norvald Mo 23 November 2012 – Labour
Cecilie Bjelland 1 March 2013 – Labour
Ministry of Transport and Communications Steinulf Tungesvik 21 October 2005 – 29 February 2008
13 February 2012 – 1 April 2012
(acting)
Centre
Erik Lahnstein 19 October 2007 – 4 January 2010
(acting 17 October 2006 – 15 December 2006)
3 February 2012 – 28 September 2012
Centre
Hege Solbakken 3 March 2008 – 20 October 2009
(leave of absence 29 September 2008 – 29 March 2009)
Centre
Guri Størvold 15 September 2008 – 20 October 2009
(acting)
Centre
Geir Pollestad[17] 8 October 2008 – 30 September 2009
28 September 2012 – 1 October 2013
Centre
Lars Erik Bartnes 20 October 2009 –
(leave of absence 6 February 2012 – 15 April 2012)
Ministry of Fisheries Vidar Ulriksen 21 October 2005 – 14 January 2011 Labour
Hans Kristian Amundsen 14 January 2011 – 9 May 2011 Labour
Kristine Gramstad 13 May 2011 – 8 February 2013 Labour
Hugo Bjørnstad 1 March 2013 – Labour
Ministry of the Environment Henriette Westhrin – 18 October 2007
30 March 2012 –
Socialist Left
Heidi Sørensen 18 October 2007 – 27 April 2012 Socialist Left
Ketil Raknes 27 April 2012 –
(leave of absence 10 September 2013 – )
Socialist Left
Ellen Øseth 1 March 2013 – Socialist Left
Line Gaare Paulsen 6 September 2013 – Socialist Left
Ministry of Agriculture Ola T. Heggem 28 October 2005 – 30 September 2011 Centre
Harald O. Buttedahl 21 October 2011 – 7 June 2013 Centre
Erlend T. Grimstad 7 June 2013 – Centre
Ministry of Justice and Public Security Anne Rygh Pedersen 21 October 2005 – 9 February 2007 Labour
Terje Moland Pedersen 21 October 2005 – 20 January 2012
(leave of absence 17 April 2009 – 10 August 2009)
Labour
Astri Aas-Hansen 9 February 2007 – 26 April 2013 Labour
Eirik Øwre Thorshaug 29 April 2009 – 10 August 2009
(acting)
1 January 2011 – 31 March 2011
(acting)

16 December 2011 – 7 September 2012
(acting since 19 September 2011,
leave of absence 2 February 2012 – 30 June 2012)

Labour
Pål Lønseth 23 October 2009 – Labour
Kristin Bergersen 21 September 2012 –
(acting since 2 February 2012)
Labour
Pål Martin Sand 2 May 2013 – Labour
Ministry of Children and Equality Kjell Erik Øie 21 October 2005 – 27 March 2009 Labour
Krishna Chudasama 28 October 2005 – 1 December 2006 Labour
Lotte Grepp Knutsen 27 March 2009 – 20 October 2009 Labour
Henriette Westhrin 20 October 2009 – 30 March 2012 Socialist Left
Kirsti Bergstø 26 November 2010 – 5 March 2012 Socialist Left
Roger Sandum 5 March 2012 – 23 March 2012 Socialist Left
Ahmad Ghanizadeh 23 March 2012 – Socialist Left
Ministry of Petroleum and Energy Anita Utseth 21 October 2005 – 21 September 2007 Centre
Liv Monica Bargem Stubholt 21 September 2007 – 27 March 2009 Centre
Guri Størvold 21 September 2007 – 20 June 2008 Centre
Geir Pollestad 20 June 2008 – 8 October 2008 Centre
Robin Kåss 8 October 2008 – 25 June 2010 Labour
Sigrid Hjørnegård 27 March 2009 – 4 March 2011 Centre
Per Rune Henriksen 3 September 2010 – 7 May 2013 Labour
Eli Blakstad 11 March 2011 – 28 September 2012 Centre
Ane Hansdatter Kismul 28 September 2012 – Centre
Ministry of Education and Research Åge Ronald Rosnes – 3 September 2006 Socialist Left
Lisbet Rugtvedt – 9 December 2011 Socialist Left
Per Botolf Maurseth 1 September 2006 – 18 October 2007 Socialist Left
Jens Revold 18 October 2007 – 13 March 2009 Socialist Left
Åsa Elvik 13 March 2009 – 20 October 2009 Socialist Left
Roger Sandum 20 October 2009 – Socialist Left
Kyrre Lekve 20 October 2009 – 7 May 2012 Socialist Left
Elisabet Dahle 9 December 2011 – Socialist Left
Ragnhild Setsaas 7 May 2012 – Socialist Left

References[edit]

Notes[edit]

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  2. ^ "Anniken Huitfeldt ny statatsråd" (in Norwegian). The norwegian Government. 2008-02-26. Retrieved 2008-09-24. 
  3. ^ Nina Berglund (19 June 2008). "Embattled cabinet minister steps down". Archived from the original on 24 June 2008. Retrieved 24 September 2008. 
  4. ^ "Changes in the Government". The Norwegian Government. 2008-06-20. Retrieved 2008-07-12. 
  5. ^ Andersen, Mads A.; Elisabeth Breien Ellingsen; Per Øyvind Fange; Jarle Brenna (2008-06-20). "Her er Stoltenbergs nye regjeringskabal" (in Norwegian). Verdens Gang. Retrieved 2008-06-21. 
  6. ^ Nina Berglund (20 June 2008). "Stoltenberg unveils new government line-up". Archived from the original on 23 June 2008. Retrieved 24 September 2008. 
  7. ^ "Andersen and Pedersen leaving the Government". The Norwegian Government. 2009-10-02. Retrieved 2009-10-11. 
  8. ^ "Changes in the Government". The Norwegian Government. 2009-10-20. Retrieved 2013-10-05. 
  9. ^ "Changes in the Government". The Norwegian Government. 2012-09-21. Retrieved 2013-10-05. 
  10. ^ a b http://www.regjeringen.no/en/the-government/stoltenberg-ii.html?id=85843
  11. ^ "Changes in the Government". The Norwegian Government. 2012-06-18. Retrieved 2013-10-05. 
  12. ^ "Changes in the Government". The Norwegian Government. 2012-09-21. Retrieved 2013-10-05. 
  13. ^ http://www.regjeringen.no/en/the-government/previous-governments/the-structure-of-the-registry/ministries-and-offices/government-secretariats-and-ministries-s/ministries-since-1814.html?id=426141
  14. ^ Unless otherwise noted, the period was 17 October 2005 – present
  15. ^ "Change of state secretary in UD". The Norwegian Government. 2009-04-24. Retrieved 2009-07-20. 
  16. ^ "Acting state secretary in FIN". The Norwegian Government. 2009-05-18. Retrieved 2009-07-20. 
  17. ^ "Change among the state secretaries". The Norwegian Government. 2009-09-25. Retrieved 2009-10-11.