Maria Larsson

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This article is about the Swedish politician; for the 2008 Swedish film, see Maria Larssons eviga ögonblick.
Maria Larsson
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Minister for Children and the Elderly
Incumbent
Assumed office
5 October 2010
Prime Minister Fredrik Reinfeldt
Preceded by Position established
Minister for the Elderly and Public Health
In office
6 October 2006 – 5 October 2010
Prime Minister Fredrik Reinfeldt
Preceded by Morgan Johansson
Succeeded by Position abolished
Member of the Swedish Riksdag
for Jönköping County
Incumbent
Assumed office
5 October 1998
Personal details
Born (1956-01-20) 20 January 1956 (age 58)
Långasjö, Småland
Political party Christian Democrats
Spouse(s) Gunnar Larsson
Children 3
Profession Teacher
Religion Christianity

Ingrid Maria Larsson (born 20 January 1956 in Långasjö) is Swedish politician who has been Minister for Children and the Elderly since 5 October 2010, having previously been Minister for the Elderly and Public Health from 2006 to 2010.[1] A member of the Christian Democrats, she has been an MP of the Swedish Riksdag since 1998.

As an incumbent cabinet minister, she is by law prevented to have assignments as an MP and is replaced by Irene Oskarsson.

Career[edit]

She is a trained schoolteacher, and is married with three children. She has been a Member of Parliament since 1998 representing Jönköping County, and deputy chairman of the Christian Democrat Party since 2003.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Maria Larsson (kd) - folkhälsominister (Swedish), TV4, 6 October 2006.

External links[edit]


Preceded by
Morgan Johansson
Minister for the Elderly and Public Health
2006—2010
Succeeded by
Position abolished
Preceded by
Position established
Minister for Children and the Elderly
2010—
Succeeded by
Incumbent