List of members of the parliament of Sweden, 2006–10
This is a list of Members of the Riksdag, the national parliament of Sweden. The Riksdag is a unicameral assembly with 349 Members of Parliament (Swedish: riksdagsledamöter), who are elected on a proportional basis to serve fixed terms of four years. In the Riksdag, Members are seated per constituency and not party. The following MPs were elected in the Swedish general election, 2006 and will serve until the Swedish general election, 2010. Members of the center-right Cabinet of Fredrik Reinfeldt, the ruling coalition during this term, are marked in bold, party leaders of the seven parties represented in the Riksdag in italic.
|Party colors||Seats||Party leader|
|Social Democratic Party||130||Göran Persson (1996–2007)
Mona Sahlin (2007–2011)
|Moderate Party||97||Fredrik Reinfeldt (2003–)|
|Centre Party||29||Maud Olofsson (2001–2011)|
|Liberal People's Party||28||Lars Leijonborg (1997–2007)
Jan Björklund (2007–)
|Christian Democrats||24||Göran Hägglund (2004–)|
|Left Party||22||Lars Ohly (2004–)|
|Green Party||19||Peter Eriksson (2002–2011)
Maria Wetterstrand (2002–2011)
List of elected MPs
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Members who resigned
|Seat||Resigned member||Party||Constituency||New member||From|
|314||Sebastian Cederschiöld||Moderate Party||Stockholm Municipality||Gustav Blix||October 3, 2006|
|281||Åsa Romson||Green Party||Stockholm Municipality||Per Bolund||October 3, 2006|
|282||Maria Borelius||Moderate Party||Stockholm County||Mikael Sandström||October 17, 2006|
- The Green Party has no chairman, but two spokespersons, one male and one female.
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