Prime minister Stefan Löfven chooses to reconstitute the government. Minister for infrastructure Anna Johansson, the minister of interior, Anders Ygeman, and Gabriel Wikström leave the government. Some ministers get new tasks.
Two people is totally new in the country’s government:
Tomas Eneroth (S) – new minister of infrastructure and Heléne Fritzon (S) – new migration and the deputy minister of justice.
I have considered the various policy alternatives. I choose the one that is best for the country”, said Löfven.
However, he thinks that it needed a ”very thorough discussion about our constitution” and that Sweden will not be ruled by minority governments in the future if misstroendeförklaringar in this way is used for political purposes.
So here we see the Swedish government after the reshuffle:
Stefan Löfven (S) – the prime minister
• Margot Wallström (S) – minister for foreign affairs
• Magdalena Johansson (S) minister of finance
• Peter Hultqvist (S) – secretary of defense
• Ibrahim Baylan (S) – coordination and energy
• Ylva Johansson (S) – minister of labour and etableringsminister
• Ardalan Shekarabi (S) – civilminister
• Per Bolund (MP) – financial markets and konsumentminister and deputy minister of finance
• Alice Bah Kuhnke (MP) – culture – and demokratiminister
• Karolina Skog (MP) – minister for the environment
• Mikael Damberg (S) – nutritional and minister for innovation were appointed
• Peter Eriksson (MP) – residential and digitaliseringsminister
• Sven-Erik Bucht (S) – minister for rural affairs
• Åsa Regnér (S) – children-, elderly-, and jamställdhetsminister
• Gustav Fridolin (MP) – minister of education
• Anna Ekström (S) – secondary and kunskapslyftsminister
• Helene Hellmark Knutsson (S) – minister for higher education and research
• Ann Linde (MP) – the EUROPEAN union and trade
• Isabella Lövin (MP), minister for international development cooperation and climate and deputy prime minister