3rd Government, 9 June 1958 – 8 January 1959
- Charles de Gaulle: President of the Council and Minister of National Defence
- Maurice Couve de Murville: Minister of Foreign Affairs
- Émile Pelletier: Minister of the Interior
- Antoine Pinay: Minister of Finance and interim Minister of Public Works, Transport, and Tourism
- Édouard Ramonet: Minister of Industry
- Paul Bacon: Minister of Labour
- Edmond Michelet: Minister of Veterans and War Victims
- Michel Debré: Minister of Justice
- Jean Berthoin: Minister of National Education
- Roger Houdet: Minister of Agriculture
- Bernard Cornut-Gentille: Minister of Overseas France
- Robert Buron: Minister of Public Works, Transport, and Tourism
- Eugène Thomas: Minister of Posts
- Édouard Ramonet: Minister of Commerce
- Pierre Sudreau: Minister of Construction
- Max Lejeune: Minister of Sahara
- Guy Mollet: Minister of State
- Pierre Pflimlin: Minister of State
- Félix Houphouët-Boigny: Minister of State
- Louis Jacquinot: Minister of State
- 12 June 1958: André Malraux enters the cabinet as Minister of Radio, Television, and Press.
- 14 June 1958: Guy Mollet becomes Minister of General Civil Servants Status.
- 7 July 1958: Bernard Chenot enters the cabinet as Minister of Public Health and Population. Jacques Soustelle succeeds Malraux as Minister of Information.
- 23 July 1958: Antoine Pinay becomes Minister of Economic Affairs, remaining also Minister of Finance.
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