First cabinet of Louis Napoleon

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First cabinet of Louis Napoleon
 France
cabinet of France
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Date formed 3 December 1851
Date dissolved 22 January 1852
People and organisations
Head of state Louis Napoleon
Head of government Louis Napoleon
History
Predecessor Last cabinet of the
French Second Republic
Successor Second cabinet of Louis Napoleon

The First cabinet of Louis Napoleon was formed by President Louis-Napoleon Bonaparte the day after the coup of 2 December 1851, replacing the Last cabinet of the French Second Republic. It was replaced by the Second cabinet of Louis Napoleon on 22 January 1852. The ministers were:

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