Cabinet of Léon Faucher

The Cabinet of Léon Faucher, in which Léon Faucher was the leading minister, was formed on 10 April 1851 by President Louis-Napoleon Bonaparte.[1] It followed the Petit ministère of 1851. The cabinet was a compromise between the Parti de l'Ordre and the Bonapartists in the period before the coup d'état of 2 December 1851.[2] The cabinet was replaced by the Last cabinet of the French Second Republic on 26 October 1851.[3]

Cabinet of Léon Faucher
 France
cabinet of France
Date formed10 April 1851
Date dissolved26 October 1851
People and organisations
Head of stateLouis Napoleon
Head of governmentLéon Faucher
History
PredecessorPetit ministère of 1851
SuccessorLast cabinet of the
French Second Republic

Ministers

The ministers were:[1]

Portfolio Holder Party
Head of the Ministry Léon Faucher Party of Order
Minister of Foreign Affairs Pierre Jules Baroche Bonapartist
Minister of the Interior Léon Faucher Party of Order
Minister of Justice Eugène Rouher Bonapartist
Minister of Finance Achille Fould Bonapartist
Minister of Public Works Pierre Magne Bonapartist
Minister of Trade and Agricolture Louis Buffet Party of Order
Minister of Education Frédéric Dombidau de Crouseilhes Party of Order
Minister of War Jacques Louis Randon Military
Minister of the Navy and Colonies Prosper de Chasseloup-Laubat Party of Order

References

Sources

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