Bildt Cabinet

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Carl Bildt's cabinet
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49th cabinet of Sweden
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Date formed 4 October 1991
Date dissolved 7 October 1994
People and organisations
Head of state Carl XVI Gustaf
Head of government Carl Bildt
Member party Moderate Party
Liberal People's Party
Centre Party
Christian Democrats
Status in legislature Coalition minority government
History
Election(s) 1991 election
Predecessor Ingvar Carlsson's Second Cabinet
Successor Ingvar Carlsson's Third Cabinet
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The cabinet of Carl Bildt was the cabinet of Sweden from 4 October 1991 to 7 October 1994 with Carl Bildt as the Prime Minister. It was a coalition government between the Moderate Party, the Centre Party, the Liberal People's Party and the Christian Democrats.

Ministers[edit]

Portfolio Minister Party Took office Left office
Prime Minister's Office
Prime Minister,
Head of the Prime Minister's Office
Carl Bildt Moderate October 4, 1991 October 7, 1994
Ministry of Justice
Minister for Justice,
Head of the Ministry of Justice
Gun Hellsvik Moderate October 4, 1991 October 7, 1994
Deputy Minister for Justice Reidunn Laurén none October 4, 1991 October 7, 1994
Ministry for Foreign Affairs
Minister for Foreign Affairs,
Head of the Ministry for Foreign Affairs
Margaretha af Ugglas Moderate October 4, 1991 October 7, 1994
Minister for Development Cooperation Alf Svensson Christian Democratic Unity October 4, 1991 October 7, 1994
European Affairs and Foreign Trade Ulf Dinkelspiel Moderate October 4, 1991 October 7, 1994
Ministry of Defence
Minister for Defence,
Head of the Ministry of Defence
Anders Björck Moderate October 4, 1991 October 3, 1994
Per Unckel Moderate October 3, 1994 October 7, 1994
Ministry of Social Affairs
Minister for Social Affairs,
Head of the Ministry of Social Affairs,
Deputy Prime Minister
Bengt Westerberg Liberal People's October 4, 1991 October 7, 1994
Minister for Health Care Bo Könberg Liberal People's October 4, 1991 October 7, 1994
Ministry of Communications
Minister for Communications,
Head of the Communications
Mats Odell Christian Democratic Unity October 4, 1991 October 7, 1994
Ministry of Finance
Minister for Finance,
Head of the Ministry of Finance
Anne Wibble Liberal People's October 4, 1991 October 7, 1994
Minister for Taxes Bo Lundgren Moderate October 4, 1991 October 7, 1994
Ministry of Education
Minister for Education,
Head of the Ministry of Education
Per Unckel Moderate October 4, 1991 October 7, 1994
Minister for Schools Beatrice Ask Moderate October 4, 1991 October 7, 1994
Ministry of Agriculture
Minister for Agriculture,
Head of the Ministry of Agriculture
Karl Erik Olsson Centre October 4, 1991 October 7, 1994
Ministry of Employment
Minister for Employment,
Head of the Ministry of Employment
Börje Hörnlund Centre October 4, 1991 October 7, 1994
Ministry of Housing
Minister for Housing,
Head of the Ministry of Housing
Birgit Friggebo Liberal People's October 4, 1991 November 30, 1991
Ministry of Industry
Minister for Industry,
Head of the Ministry of Industry
Per Westerberg Moderate October 4, 1991 October 21, 1991
Ministry of Enterprise
Minister for Enterprise,
Head of the Ministry of Enterprise
Per Westerberg Moderate October 21, 1991 October 7, 1994
Ministry of Civil Affairs
Minister for Civil Affairs,
Head of the Ministry of Civil Affairs
Inger Davidsson Christian Democratic Unity October 21, 1991 October 7, 1994
Ministry of the Environment and Natural Resources
Minister for the Environment and Natural Resources,
Head of the Ministry of the Environment and Natural Resources
Olof Johansson Centre October 4, 1991 June 16, 1994
Görel Thurdin Centre June 16, 1994 October 3, 1994
Karl Erik Olsson Centre October 3, 1994 October 7, 1994
Deputy Minister for the Environment and Natural Resources Görel Thurdin Centre October 4, 1991 June 16, 1994
Ministry of Culture
Minister for Culture,
Head of the Ministry of Culture
Birgit Friggebo Liberal People's December 1, 1991 October 7, 1994

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Preceded by
Second cabinet of Ingvar Carlsson
Cabinet of Sweden
1991–1994
Succeeded by
Third cabinet of Ingvar Carlsson