|Leader of the Moderate Party|
|Minister for Finance & Minister of Economics|
1976–1978 and 1979–1981
|Awards||Illis quorum |
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Bo Gösta Bohman (15 January 1911 – 12 August 1997) was a Swedish politician and the leader of the Swedish liberal conservative Moderate Party from 1970 to 1981, during a period in which the party strengthened its position in Swedish politics. He served as minister of economics during the three-party centre-right Swedish governments 1976–1978 and 1979–1981. He has since become a model for many Moderate politicians, especially in the Moderate Youth League.
His leadership saw a period of liberalisation of the Moderate policies, a process which continues to this day.
He was known for his love for the
Life before politics
Bohman was the son of the liberal managing director Conrad Bohman from
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Media related to Gösta Bohman at Wikimedia Commons