Ulla Hoffmann

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Ulla Hoffmann (born 31 March 1942, Solna, Uppland) is a Swedish Left Party (Swedish: Vänsterpartiet)) politician. Hoffmann was interim party leader for a short while in 2003 following the resignation of partyleader Gudrun Schyman. Gudrun Schyman was forced to resign due to tax irregulations. She was a member of the Riksdag from 1994 to 2006.[1]

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Preceded by
Gudrun Schyman
Leader of the Swedish Left Party
2003
Succeeded by
Lars Ohly