Lars Løkke Rasmussen III Cabinet

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Lars Løkke Rasmussen III
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73rd cabinet of Denmark
Incumbent
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Date formed 28 November 2016
People and organisations
Head of state Margrethe II of Denmark
Head of government Lars Løkke Rasmussen
Member party Venstre
Liberal Alliance
Conservative People's Party
Status in legislature Coalition government
Opposition party Social Democrats
Opposition leader Mette Frederiksen
History
Election(s)
Legislature term(s) 2015-2019
Predecessor Løkke Rasmussen II

The Third Cabinet of Lars Løkke Rasmussen took office on 28 November 2016, and succeeded the Second Cabinet of Lars Løkke Rasmussen. It is a minority coalition government consisting of Venstre, the Liberal Alliance and the Conservative People's Party.[1] It relies on parliamentary support from the Danish People's Party.

List of ministers[edit]

Portfolio Minister Took office Left office Party
Prime Minister's Office
Prime Minister Lars Løkke Rasmussen28 November 2016IncumbentVenstre
Minister for Foreign Affairs Anders Samuelsen28 November 2016IncumbentLiberal Alliance
Minister for Finance Kristian Jensen28 November 2016IncumbentVenstre
Minister of Economy and Home Affairs Simon Emil Ammitzbøll28 November 2016IncumbentLiberal Alliance
Minister for Justice Søren Pape Poulsen28 November 2016IncumbentConservative People's
Minister for Commerce, Business and Growth Brian Mikkelsen28 November 201621 June 2018Conservative People's
 Rasmus Jarlov21 June 2018IncumbentConservative People's
Minister for Defence Claus Hjort Frederiksen28 November 2016IncumbentVenstre
Minister for Employment Troels Lund Poulsen28 November 2016IncumbentVenstre
Minister for Immigration and Integration Inger Støjberg28 November 2016IncumbentVenstre
Minister for Education Merete Riisager28 November 2016IncumbentLiberal Alliance
Minister for Health Ellen Trane Nørby28 November 2016IncumbentVenstre
Minister for Culture and Church Mette Bock28 November 2016IncumbentLiberal Alliance
Minister for Science, Technology,
Information and Higher Education
 Søren Pind28 November 20162 May 2018Venstre
 Tommy Ahlers[2]2 May 2018IncumbentIndependent
Minister for Children and Social Security Mai Mercado28 November 2016IncumbentConservative People's
Minister for Transport, Building and Housing Ole Birk Olesen28 November 2016IncumbentLiberal Alliance
Minister for Taxation Karsten Lauritzen28 November 2016IncumbentVenstre
Minister for Elderly Affairs Thyra Frank28 November 2016IncumbentLiberal Alliance
Minister for Energy Supply and Climate Affairs Lars Christian Lilleholt28 November 2016IncumbentVenstre
Minister for Development Cooperation Ulla Tørnæs28 November 2016IncumbentVenstre
Minister for the Environment and Food Esben Lunde Larsen28 November 20162 May 2018Venstre
 Jakob Ellemann-Jensen[2]2 May 2018IncumbentVenstre
Minister for Public Innovation Sophie Løhde28 November 2016IncumbentVenstre
Minister for Gender Equality and
Minister for Nordic Cooperation
 Karen Ellemann28 November 20162 May 2018Venstre
 Eva Kjer Hansen[2]2 May 2018IncumbentVenstre

References[edit]

  1. ^ Denmark PM strikes deal to form new government. 2016-11-27
  2. ^ a b c Andersen, Katja Brandt; Nielsen, Morten (2 May 2018). "Her er Lars Løkke Rasmussens nye ministre" [Here are Lars Løkke Rasmussen's new minister]. nyheder.tv2.dk (in Danish). Retrieved 3 May 2018. 


Preceded by
Løkke Rasmussen II
Cabinet of Denmark
2016–
Succeeded by
Incumbent