Elisabeth Nauclér

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Elisabeth Nauclér (born 7 March 1952 in Eda Municipality) is a Swedish-born Finnish independent politician and jurist. Naucler was the single member of parliament for the autonomous region of Åland in the Parliament of Finland.[1] She sat with the mainland's Swedish People's Party in the parliament. In 2015 elections she was replaced by Mats Löfström. Nauclér's father is a Forest Finn from Värmland, and her mother is Norwegian.[2]

Nauclér earned her degree in law in Uppsala University, and moved to Åland, Finland, with her Finnish husband. She began her career in the provincial administration of Åland in 1979 and continued until 2006. She was elected to the Parliament of Finland in the election of 2011 from the centre-right alliance Borgerlig allians (C, FS, Lib., Ob.).[3]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Ahvenanmaalta ensi kertaa naisedustaja Helsingin Sanomat 19.3.2007
  2. ^ "Eduskuntaan tuli maahanmuuttaja Ahvenanmaalta". Helsingin Sanomat: A5. 2007-03-27. Retrieved 2010-03-25. 
  3. ^ Riksdagsvalet 18.3.2007, Tabell 8. Resultatet för de olika listorna vid riksdagsvalen 1987-2007
Assembly seats
Preceded by
Roger Jansson
Member of Finnish Parliament
for Åland

2007–2015
Succeeded by
Mats Löfström