Anders Carlsson (politician)

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Not to be confused with Anders Karlsson (politician).
Anders Carlsson
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Chairman of the Communist Party (Sweden)
In office
1999–2014
Preceded by Frank Baude
Succeeded by Robert Mathiasson
Personal details
Born 24 January 1951
Hisingen, Gothenburg
Political party Communist Party
Residence Ringön, Gothenburg
Religion None

Anders Carlsson is a Swedish politician and former chairman of the Communist Party[1] 1999-2014. Carlsson's mother was one of Sweden's first kinder garten teachers and his father was a sailor and later on a sea captain.[2]
In 1969 he was elected member of KFML and in 1972 he was employed by the newspaper Proletären. He has been working for the party ever since.[3]

He got his first file in the Swedish Security Service's archive in 1968.[4]

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