Minister for Democracy (Sweden)

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Minister for Democracy
Demokratiminister
Incumbent
Paulina Brandberg[1]
since 18 October 2022
Member ofThe Government
AppointerThe Prime Minister
Term lengthServes at the pleasure of the Prime Minister
Inaugural holderBritta Lejon
Formation1998
Website[1]

The Minister for Democracy (

Swedish Government and appointed by the Prime Minister of Sweden
.

The minister is responsible for issues regarding democracy.

Lists of Ministers for Democracy

Democracy Minister Position Took office Left office Duration Party Prime Minister
1
Britta Lejon
Britta Lejon
(born 1964)
Deputy Minister for Justice and Minister for the Youth and Consumers7 October 199815 October 20024 years, 8 daysSocial DemocratsGöran Persson
2
Mona Sahlin
Mona Sahlin
(born 1957)
Deputy Minister for Justice and Minister for Integration and Gender Equality21 October 200221 October 20042 years, 0 daysSocial DemocratsGöran Persson
3
Jens Orback
Jens Orback
(born 1957)
Deputy Minister for Justice and Minister for Integration and Gender Equality21 October 20046 October 20061 year, 350 daysSocial DemocratsGöran Persson
4
Liberals
Fredrik Reinfeldt
5
Liberals
Fredrik Reinfeldt
6
Alice Bah Kuhnke
Alice Bah Kuhnke
(born 1971)
Minister for Culture3 October 201421 January 20194 years, 110 daysGreenStefan Löfven
7
Amanda Lind
Amanda Lind
(born 1980)
Minister for Culture21 January 201930 November 20212 years, 313 daysGreenStefan Löfven
8
Jeanette Gustafsdotter
Jeanette Gustafsdotter
(born 1965)
Minister for Culture30 November 202117 October 20225 years, 38 daysSocial DemocratsMagdalena Andersson
9
Paulina Brandberg
Paulina Brandberg
(born 1983)
Minister for Gender Equlity and Deputy Minister for Employment18 October 2022Incumbent1 year, 133 daysLiberalsUlf Kristersson

Ministry history

The office of Minister for Democracy have been under several different ministries since its founding in 1998.

Ministry Term
Ministry of Justice 1998–2006
Ministry for Integration and Gender Equality 2006–2010
The Prime Minister's Office 2010–2014
Ministry of Culture 2014–2022
Ministry of Employment 2022–

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