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1 1 33 1968-01-10 Gorton I   http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/First_Gorton_Ministry hug-77 Cabinet ended on 28 February 1968 with the resignation of PM Gorton.   634 764   36 19680
2 2 55 1998-04-08 Krasts II   http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Guntars_Krasts mue-rom     878 534   428 19980
3 3 72 1987-05-12 Fenech Adami I           122 370   470 19870
4 4 75 1994-11-03 Tarand   http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Andres_Tarand mue-rom     564 670   233 19940
5 5 63 1999-10-25 Guterres II           265 352 619 620 19990
6 6 8 1982-05-29 Van Agt III 1 http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Netherlands_cabinet_Van_Agt-3       258 81 23 528 19820
7 7 44 1974-10-10 Wilson IV   http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Labour_Government_1974-1979   PM Wilson announced his resignation on 16 March 1976 due to health reasons, taking effect on 5 April.   419 40   826 19741
8 8 5 1964-11-09 Sato I           649 640   392 19640
9 9 60 1992-04-22 Drnovsek I   http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Janez_Drnovsek afp, reuters PM Drnovšek won a confidence vote (yes: 126) on 22 April 1992 and presented his cabinet on 4 May. Cabinet ended with elections on 6 December 1992. majority support through DS seats 527 129   705 19920
10 10 21 1945-05-05 Buhl II 1 http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cabinet_of_Vilhelm_Buhl_II   Provisional cabinet was formed on 5 May 1945.   1241 901   208 19450
11 11 21 1990-12-18 Schluter V   http://da.wikipedia.org/wiki/Regeringen_Poul_Schl%C3%BCter_IV mueller     57 157 308 208 19900
12 12 7 2004-07-31 Juncker III   http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jean-Claude_Juncker       196 383 593 442 20040
13 13 39 1993-12-21 Boross   http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/P%C3%A9ter_Boross mue-rom     369 257   348 19930
14 14 9 1971-03-17 Bratteli I   http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bratteli%27s_First_Cabinet nyt, reg-no Cabinet resigned on 7 October 1972, effective 18 October, after a referendum on Norwegian membership in the European Communities, put forward by government, failed on 25 September.   657 580   578 19710
15 15 68 2005-04-25 Paroubek   http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ji%C5%99%C3%AD_Paroubek afp PM Paroubek was appointed on 25 April 2005 and cabinet won an investiture vote (yes: 101, no: 99) on 13 May. Cabinet ended with election on 3 June 2006 and resigned on 16 August.   580 487 567 203 20050
16 16 35 1979-10-11 Falldin II   http://sv.wikipedia.org/wiki/Regeringen_F%C3%A4lldin_II mueller, nyt, riksdag Parliament passed an investiture vote (yes: 170, no: 174, abstain: 1) on 11 October 1979 with no absolute majority against the cabinet. PM Fälldin and Foreign Minister Ullsten, head of the Liberals (FP), resigned on 8 May 1981 following the withdrawal of the Moderate Party (MSP) from the coalition four days earlier. Negative parliamentarism (Bergmann 1993: 297). 587 473   752 19790
17 17 43 1974-03-01 Messmer III   http://fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gouvernement_Pierre_Messmer_(3) pa-84     607 357   250 19740
18 18 74 2003-03-01 Miller II   http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Leszek_Miller mue-rom     357 565   616 20030
19 19 44 2001-06-07 Blair II   http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Blair_Ministry       838 208 686 826 20010
20 20 40 1975-12-10 Bundesrat 1975           79 371   756 19750
21 21 43 1976-08-17 Barre I   http://fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gouvernement_Raymond_Barre_(1) nyt, pa-84 PM Barre formally resigned on 30 March 1978.   159 357   250 19760
22 23 55 2000-05-04 Berzins   http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Andris_Berzins mue-rom     110 615   428 20000
23 24 26 1973-07-07 Rumor IV   http://it.wikipedia.org/wiki/Governo_Rumor_IV mueller     439 65   380 19730
24 25 29 1972-11-27 Trudeau P III     nyt Minority cabinet was supported by the New Democratic Party (NDP).   696 552   124 19720
25 26 1 1994-12-13 Meciar VI   http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Vladim%C3%ADr_Me%C4%8Diar mue-rom     817 119   703 19941
26 27 7 1979-07-16 Werner IV   http://lb.wikipedia.org/wiki/Regierung_Werner-Thorn-Flesch       655 606 589 442 19790
27 28 23 2006-12-07 Popescu-Tariceanu II   http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/C%C4%83lin_Popescu-T%C4%83riceanu mue-rom, nyt     509 165   642 20060
28 29 64 1944-12-12 Pierlot V 1 http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hubert_Pierlot   Provisional cabinet continued in office on 12 December 1944.   593 882   56 19441
29 31 54 1963-10-16 Erhard I   http://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kabinett_Erhard_I       62 381   276 19630
30 32 43 1952-01-20 Faure I   http://fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gouvernement_Edgar_Faure_%281%29 pa-84   Party "Payson" could not be identified. 826 293   250 19520
31 33 41 1996-09-24 Simitis II           281 399 613 300 19961
32 34 67 1982-12-31 Sorsa V   http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kalevi_Sorsa nyt, valt     378 84   246 19821
33 35 8 1963-07-24 Marijnen   http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Netherlands_cabinet_Marijnen       694 529   528 19630
34 36 21 1950-10-30 Eriksen I   http://da.wikipedia.org/wiki/Regeringen_Erik_Eriksen mueller, nyt Cabinet ended with elections on 21 April 1953 and resigned a day after the election.   853 430   208 19501
35 37 27 1989-12-05 Gonzalez III         Socialist Party (PSOE) had a working majority because the four deputies from the Basque nationalist Herri Batasuna (HB) boycotted parliament (Hamann 1999, 121). 834 289 474 724 19890
36 38 40 1995-12-13 Bundesrat 1995           773 105   756 19950
37 39 41 1985-07-26 Papandreou A III           60 453 87 300 19851
38 40 64 1948-11-26 Spaak IV   http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Paul-Henri_Spaak mueller   Not coded in Müller/Strom as a distinct cabinet. However, the king had accepted the formal resignation of the preceding cabinet (De Winter 2000, 320). 496 19   56 19480
39 41 67 1990-08-28 Holkeri II   http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Harri_Holkeri mueller, valt     614 527   246 19900
40 42 55 2007-12-20 Godmanis II   http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ivars_Godmanis bbc, nyt   The international financial crisis caused major political turmoil in Latvia. Godmanis survived a confidence vote (yes: 51, no: 40) on 3 February 2009. However, following coalition internal conflicts the People's Party as well as the Green and Farmers' Union demanded the resignation of the prime minister and he stepped down on 20 February 2009. 680 52 145 428 20070
41 44 11 1966-11-26 Holyoake IV   http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Second_National_Government_of_New_Zealand       668 391   554 19660
42 45 9 1997-10-17 Bondevik I   http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kjell_Magne_Bondevik afp, reg-no Government was appointed on 17 October 1997. Cabinet resigned on 9 March 2000, effective 17 March, after losing a confidence vote (yes:71, no: 81, abstain: 13) on environmental legislation.   813 669   578 19970
43 46 43 2005-05-31 Villepin   http://fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gouvernement_Dominique_de_Villepin bbc, ejpr, nyt     802 403 160 250 20050
44 47 15 1996-12-10 Vagnorius II   http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gediminas_Vagnorius mue-rom     91 566   440 19961
45 48 5 1960-12-08 Ikeda II           241 345   392 19601
46 49 33 1993-03-24 Keating II   http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Second_Keating_Ministry aph-11     725 753   36 19930
47 50 21 1975-02-13 Jorgensen II   http://da.wikipedia.org/wiki/Regeringen_Anker_J%C3%B8rgensen_II folketing, nyt Minority cabinet was supported by Centre Democrats (CD), Danish Social-Liberal Party (RV), Conservatives (KF), Christian People's Party (KrF)   744 464   208 19750
48 51 21 1957-05-28 Hansen II   http://da.wikipedia.org/wiki/Regeringen_H.C._Hansen_II mueller     218 263   208 19570
49 52 43 1946-12-16 Blum   http://fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gouvernement_L%C3%A9on_Blum_(3) be-70     150 75   250 19462
50 53 9 1963-08-28 Lyng   http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/John_Lyng nyt, reg-no Cabinet was appointed on 28 August 1963. Cabinet lost a confidence vote on 20 September (yes: 74, no: 76) and resigned on 25 September.   98 622   578 19630
51 54 37 1982-03-09 Haughey II           335 228 414 372 19820
52 55 29 2000-11-27 Chretien III           182 455   124 20000
53 56 9 1973-10-16 Bratteli II   http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bratteli%27s_Second_Cabinet nyt, reg-no Cabinet was appointed on 16 October 1973. PM Bratteli announced his resignation intend in September 1975 and formally resigned on 9 January 1976, effective 15 January.   822 523   578 19730
54 57 21 1988-06-03 Schluter IV   http://da.wikipedia.org/wiki/Regeringen_Poul_Schl%C3%BCter_III mueller     837 387 128 208 19880
55 58 9 1945-11-05 Gerhardsen II   http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Einar_Gerhardsen       666 220   578 19451
56 59 5 1974-12-09 Miki           502 333   392 19740
57 60 41 1985-06-05 Papandreou A II           713 453 87 300 19850
58 61 9 1957-10-07 Gerhardsen V   http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Einar_Gerhardsen mueller     221 429   578 19570
59 62 54 1961-11-14 Adenauer VII   http://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kabinett_Adenauer_IV nyt Adenauer lost support of his party and was forced to resign on 11 November 1963.   906 381   276 19610
60 63 44 1963-10-18 Douglas-Home   http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Conservative_Government_1957-1964 bpf     237 161   826 19630
61 64 23 2000-12-20 Nastase I   http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Adrian_N%C4%83stase afp, reuters PM Nastase was appointed on 20 December 2000. The cabinet won an investiture vote (yes: 314, no 145) on 28 December in a joint sitting of parliament and was appointed the same day. Minority cabinet was supported by Liberals (PNL) and ethnic Hungarians (UDMR). Cabinet ended with a reshuffle on 19 June 2003 to reduce cabinet size.   171 336   642 20000
62 65 8 2006-07-07 Balkenende IV 1 http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Netherlands_cabinet_Balkenende-3     D66 withdrew from the Balkenende II government and Balkenende III caretaker cabinet came into office to prepare the 2006 election and the 2007 budget. 124 335 519 528 20060
63 66 11 1951-09-01 Holland II   http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/First_National_Government_of_New_Zealand       717 366   554 19510
64 67 33 1966-12-14 Holt II   http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Second_Holt_Ministry hug-77, nyt Cabinet ended on 18 December 1967 after PM Holt presumed drowned in a swimming accident.   261 764   36 19661
65 68 74 1992-07-11 Suchocka I   http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hanna_Suchocka afp Cabinet was nominated on 8 July 1992 and won an investiture vote on 11 July (yes: 226, no: 124, abstain: 28). Cabinet resigned on on 28 May 1993 after losing a vote of confidence by one vote (yes: 198, no: 223, abstain: 24).   605 211   616 19921
66 69 8 2007-02-22 Balkenende V   http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Netherlands_cabinet_Balkenende-4 ejpr, nyt   The government collapsed on 20 February 2010 over disagreements on extending troop deployments in Afghanistan. PvdA pulled out of the coalition and Queen Beatrix accepted the resignation of their ministers on 23 February. 65 578 519 528 20070
67 70 29 1980-03-03 Trudeau V           751 139   124 19800
68 71 21 2009-04-05 Rasmussen L I   http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cabinet_of_Lars_L%C3%B8kke_Rasmussen reuters PM Rasmussen called a parliamentary election on 26 August 2011.   788 174 168 208 20090
69 72 43 1978-03-31 Barre II   http://fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gouvernement_Raymond_Barre_(2) nyt, pa-84     21 496   250 19770
70 73 23 1996-12-11 Ciorbea   http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Victor_Ciorbea reuters Parties signed a coalition agreement on 6 December 1996. Cabinet won an investiture vote (yes: 316, no: 152) on 11 December in a joint sitting of parliament and was appointed the day after. Cabinet ended on 29 January 1998 when Democrats (PD) withdrew. PM Ciorbea resigned on 30 March 1998 and interim PM Dejeu was appointed the same day.   102 49   642 19961
71 74 41 1993-10-13 Papandreou A IV           362 654 518 300 19930
72 75 74 1991-01-12 Bielecki   http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jan_Krzysztof_Bielecki ap, nyt     728 158   616 19910
73 76 68 1998-01-02 Tosovsky 1 http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Josef_To%C5%A1ovsk%C3%BD reuters Interim PM Tosovsky and the caretaker cabinet were appointed on 2 January 1998 and won an investiture vote on 28 January (yes: 123, no 71, abstain: 3). Minority cabinet was supported by Czech Social Democratic Party (CSSD). Cabinet ended with an early election on 20 June 1998.   136 301   203 19980
74 77 37 1987-03-10 Haughey III           867 43 344 372 19870
75 78 67 1948-07-29 Fagerholm I   http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Karl-August_Fagerholm valt     125 187   246 19480
76 79 40 1971-12-08 Bundesrat 1971           777 176   756 19710
77 80 64 2008-12-30 Rompuy   http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Van_Rompuy_I_Government afp, nzz Cabinet was appointed on 30 December 2008 and won an investiture vote on 2 January 2009 (yes: 88, no: 45). On 19 November 2009 van Rompuy was chosen as President of the European Council and the whole cabinet formally resigned on 24 November to reform under Leterme.   264 401 656 56 20081
78 81 9 1981-02-04 Brundtland I   http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gro_Harlem_Brundtland mueller     653 499   578 19810
79 83 72 1981-12-18 Mintoff IV           606 136   470 19810
80 84 26 1982-08-23 Spadolini II   http://it.wikipedia.org/wiki/Governo_Spadolini_II ap, mueller Previous cabinet reformed on 23 August 1982. PM Spadolini requested to resign on 11 November 1982 and submitted a second request two days later.   674 604 353 380 19821
81 85 54 2005-11-22 Merkel I   http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Merkel_Cabinet_I       529 118 18 276 20050
82 86 26 1980-04-04 Cossiga II   http://it.wikipedia.org/wiki/Governo_Cossiga_II mueller     578 604 353 380 19800
83 87 26 1982-12-01 Fanfani V   http://it.wikipedia.org/wiki/Governo_Fanfani_V mueller     84 604 353 380 19820
84 88 44 1950-02-28 Attlee II   http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Labour_Government_1945-1951       99 625   826 19500
85 89 26 1970-08-06 Colombo   http://it.wikipedia.org/wiki/Governo_Colombo mueller     113 261   380 19701
86 90 26 1954-01-18 Fanfani I   http://it.wikipedia.org/wiki/Governo_Fanfani_I mueller     798 642   380 19540
87 91 15 1996-02-23 Stankevicius   http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Laurynas_Stankevi%C4%8Dius mue-rom     811 439   440 19960
88 92 64 1987-10-21 Martens VII 1 http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wilfried_Martens mueller     375 396 10 56 19870
89 94 9 1989-10-16 Syse   http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jan_P._Syse nyt, reg-no Cabinet was appointed on 16 October 1989. Goverment collapsed on 29 October 1990 over the country's links to the European Community and formally resigned on 3 November.   394 571   578 19890
90 95 64 1995-06-23 Dehaene II   http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jean-Luc_Dehaene ejpr     624 332 536 56 19950
91 96 8 1946-07-03 Beel I   http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Netherlands_cabinet_Beel-1       767 182   528 19460
92 97 11 1972-12-08 Kirk           569 1   554 19721
93 98 9 1961-09-11 Gerhardsen VI   http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Einar_Gerhardsen nyt, reg-no Gerhardsen lost a confidence vote (yes: 74 no: 76) on 23 August 1963 and the cabinet resigned on 28 August.   61 622   578 19610
94 99 44 1945-07-26 Attlee I   http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Labour_Government_1945-1951 bpf     1286 609   826 19450
95 100 67 1995-04-13 Lipponen I   http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Paavo_Lipponen's_first_cabinet valt     206 24 193 246 19950
96 101 7 1969-02-06 Werner III   http://lb.wikipedia.org/wiki/Regierung_Werner-Schaus_II       491 166   442 19690
97 102 23 1996-09-02 Vacaroiu III   http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Vacaroiu mue-rom     447 416   642 19960
98 103 29 2003-12-12 Martin I   http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Twenty-Seventh_Canadian_Ministry       55 455   124 20030
99 104 43 1951-03-10 Queuille III   http://fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gouvernement_Henri_Queuille_(3) pa-84     367 75   250 19510
100 105 59 1956-06-29 Raab II   http://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bundesregierung_Raab_II mueller, nyt Cabinet was appointed on 29 June 1956. On 9 March 1959, coalition parties agreed to call an early election after disagreement over housing and tax policies. Cabinet ended with an early election on 10 May 1959 and resigned two days later.   659 169   40 19560

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