Article | Last updated: 2011-06-23
Councillor of state is the traditional title of a Norwegian member of government who is not prime minister or foreign minister. The title is often used synonymously with the title of minister, and was introduced by royal decree of 19 May 1814. The prime minister and the other ministers form the Norwegian Council of State when meeting under the King's presidency.
28 November 1814 - 1817
1814-1817: Severin Løvenskiold