Palme II cabinet

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Palme's Second Cabinet
Ingvar Carlsson's First Cabinet

The second cabinet of Olof Palme (Swedish: Regeringen Palme II) was the cabinet and Government of Sweden from 8 October 1982 until his assassination on 28 February 1986. The cabinet stayed in office as a caretaker government until 12 March 1986.

The cabinet was a

single-party minority government consisting of the Social Democrats. The cabinet was led by Prime Minister Olof Palme who had led his party to victory in the 1982 general election. Olof Palme had previously been Prime Minister from October 1969 until defeat in the 1976 general election
.

The cabinet resigned on 12 March 1986 as Olof Palme had been

first cabinet
succeeded on 12 March 1986.

Ministers

Portfolio Minister Took office Left office Party
Prime Minister8 October 198228 February 1986 Social Democrats
28 February 198612 March 1986 Social Democrats
Deputy Prime Minister8 October 198212 March 1986 Social Democrats
Minister for Foreign Affairs8 October 198217 October 1985 Social Democrats
17 October 198512 March 1986 Social Democrats
Minister of Economics
Minister for the Budget
Minister for Finance
8 October 198212 March 1986 Social Democrats
Minister for Education8 October 198217 October 1985 Social Democrats
17 October 198512 March 1986 Social Democrats
Minister for Justice8 October 198210 November 1983 Social Democrats
15 November 198312 March 1986 Social Democrats
Minister for Health and Social Affairs8 October 198217 October 1995 Social Democrats
17 October 198512 March 1986 Social Democrats
Minister for Employment8 October 198212 March 1986 Social Democrats
Minister for Agriculture
8 October 198212 March 1986 Social Democrats
Minister for Defence
8 October 19821 December 1982 Social Democrats
1 December 198217 January 1983 Social Democrats
17 January 198314 October 1985 Social Democrats
14 October 198512 March 1986 Social Democrats
Minister for Communications
8 October 198230 June 1985 Social Democrats
30 June 198512 March 1986 Social Democrats
Minister for Physical Planning and Local Government
Minister for Civil Service Affairs
8 October 198212 March 1986 Social Democrats
Minister for Housing8 October 198212 March 1986 Social Democrats
Minister for the Environment17 October 198212 March 1986 Social Democrats
Minister for Enterprise8 October 198212 March 1986 Social Democrats
Ministers without portfolio
Energy8 October 198212 March 1986 Social Democrats
School8 October 198212 March 1986 Social Democrats
Foreign Trade8 October 198212 March 1986 Social Democrats
Salaries and Consumer17 October 198512 March 1996 Social Democrats
International Development Cooperation17 October 198512 March 1986 Social Democrats
Migration8 October 198212 March 1986 Social Democrats

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Preceded by
Thorbjörn Fälldin's Third Cabinet
Cabinet of Sweden

1982–1986
Succeeded by
Ingvar Carlsson's First Cabinet