Bratlie's Cabinet

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Bratlie's Cabinet
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Cabinet of Norway
Statsminister Jens Bratlie, mars 1912 (NFB.05726).jpg
Prime Minister Bratlie in March 1912.
Date formed20 February 1912
Date dissolved31 January 1913
People and organisations
Head of state Haakon VII of Norway
Head of government Jens Bratlie
No. of ministers9
Member party Free-minded Liberal Party
Conservative Party
Status in legislature Coalition
Election(s) 1912 parliamentary election
Legislature term(s) 19101913
Incoming formationChange of government after government crisis
Outgoing formation 1912 parliamentary election
Predecessor Konow's Cabinet
Successor Knudsen's Second Cabinet

Bratlie's Cabinet was a Norwegian cabinet, formed by a coalition of the Conservative Party and the Free-minded Liberal Party. It sat from 20 February 1912 to 31 January 1913.


Cabinet members

Prime Minister
Minister of Auditing
Minister of Defence
Jens Bratlie 20 February 191231 January 1913  Conservative
Minister of Foreign Affairs Johannes Irgens 20 February 191231 January 1913  Conservative
Minister of Justice and the Police Fredrik Stang 20 February 191231 January 1913  Conservative
Minister of Finance and Customs Fredrik Ludvig Konow 20 February 191231 January 1913  Free-minded
Minister of Agriculture Erik Enge 20 February 191231 January 1913  Free-minded
Minister of Education and Church Affairs Edvard Liljedahl 20 February 191231 January 1913  Conservative
Minister of Trade Ambortius Lindvig 20 February 191231 January 1913  Free-minded
Minister of Labour Bernhard Brænne 20 February 191223 August 1912  Conservative
Nils Olaf Hovdenak 23 August 191231 January 1913  Conservative

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