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A Sweden that keeps together - Budget Bill for 2015

On 23 October the Government submitted its proposal for the central government budget for 2015 to the Riksdag. The Government is investing around SEK 25 billion in 2015 in reforms for more jobs, better results in schools, a better environment and a sustainable climate as well as reforms to protect the Swedish model.

The ministers' areas of responsibility

On 14 October, Prime Minister Stefan Löfven distributed the responsibilities between the ministers.

In summary, as regards the Ministry of Enterprise, Energy and Communications, this means that Mikael Damberg is Minister for Enterprise and Innovation and also Head of the Ministry. Mr Damberg is also responsible for Ministry for Foreign Affairs trade promotion issues and the governance of the majority of state-owned companies, which will remain one of the areas of responsibility of the Ministry of Finance until the end of the year.

Minister for Infrastructure Anna Johansson is responsible for infrastructure issues.

Minister for Housing and Urban Development Mehmet Kaplan is responsible for IT policy issues and postal communication. Mr Kaplan is also responsible for housing and social development issues currently dealt with by the Ministry of Health and Social Affairs, and also for urban development issues, currently dealt with by the Ministry of Employment.

Minister for Rural Affairs Sven-Erik Bucht is responsible for regional growth policy. Until the end of the year, Mr Bucht is also Head of the Ministry for Rural Affairs.

Minister for Energy Ibrahim Baylan at the Ministry of the Environment is responsible for energy issues, which will remain at the Ministry of Enterprise, Energy and Communications until the end of the year.

Minister for Home Affairs Anders Ygeman at the Ministry of Justice is responsible for dam safety issues, currently dealt by the Ministry of Enterprise, Energy and Communications until the end of the year.

Eva Lindström appointed as State Secretary

The Swedish Government has appointed Eva Lindström as State Secretary to the Minister for Enterprise and Innovation, Mikael Damberg.

Two new State Secretaries appointed

The Swedish Government has appointed Oscar Stenström as State Secretary to the Minister for Enterprise and Innovation, Mikael Damberg.

Erik Bromander has been appointed State Secretary to the Minister for Infrastructure, Anna Johansson.

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