|Born||15 February 1941|
Social Democratic Party
Leif Blomberg (15 February 1941–2 March 1998) was a politician and the head of Swedish Metal Workers' Confederation. He was a member of the
Blomberg was born in Enköping on 15 February 1941. He was the chairman of the Swedish Metal Workers' Confederation in the period 1982–1993. Shortly after his appointment as the chairman of the confederation it abandoned the main agreements of the Swedish Trade Union allies in 1983. At the beginning the 1990s Blomberg was a member of the advisory committee on the European Community formed by the Prime Minister Ingvar Carlsson.
In 1994 Blomberg was appointed the minister for immigration to the
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- Media related to Leif Blomberg at Wikimedia Commons