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The Prime Minister's Office leads and coordinates the work of the Government Offices. It is also responsible for coordinating Swedish EU policy and emergency management at the Government Offices.
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Sweden’s new Government
Today, Prime Minister Stefan Löfven presented the Statement of Government Policy in the Riksdag and announced the ministers that make up the Government. The change of government took place at a Council of State at the Royal Palace presided over by His Majesty the King.
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Prime Minister Stefan Löfven's speech on International Holocaust Remembrance Day 2019
Stockholm, 27 January 2019. Check against delivery.Prime Minister Stefan Löfven's speech on International Holocaust Remembrance Day 2019
Working for a brighter future: We stand at a crossroads as seismic shifts take place in the world of work
Opinion piece published in The Times of India 25 January, by Prime Minister Stefan Löfven and Cyril Ramaphosa, President of South Africa.Working for a brighter future: We stand at a crossroads as seismic shifts take place in the world of work
State Secretary to Hans Dahlgren
Paula Carvalho Olovsson is State Secretary to Minister for EU Affairs Hans Dahlgren. State secretaries are politically appointed senior officials at the Government Offices who lead the work of a ministry directly under the head of the ministry or another minister. State secretaries are responsible for planning and coordination.State Secretary to Hans Dahlgren
State Secretaries to Stefan Löfven
Nils Vikmång, Madeleine Harby Samuelsson and Karin Wallensteen are state secretaries to Prime Minister Stefan Löfven. State secretaries are politically appointed senior officials at the Government Offices who lead the work of a ministry directly under the head of the ministry or another minister. State secretaries are responsible for planning and coordination.State Secretaries to Stefan Löfven
New state secretaries at the Government Offices
· Press release from Amanda Lind, Anders Ygeman, Ann Linde, Anna Ekström , Ardalan Shekarabi, Åsa Lindhagen, Government, Government Offices, Hans Dahlgren, Ibrahim Baylan, Isabella Lövin, Jennie Nilsson, Lena Hallengren, Magdalena Andersson, Margot Wallström, Matilda Ernkrans, Mikael Damberg, Ministry for Foreign Affairs, Ministry of Culture, Ministry of Defence, Ministry of Education and Research, Ministry of Employment, Ministry of Enterprise and Innovation, Ministry of Finance, Ministry of Health and Social Affairs, Ministry of Justice, Ministry of the Environment and Energy, Morgan Johansson, Per Bolund, Peter Eriksson, Peter Hultqvist, Prime Minister's Office, Stefan Löfven, Tomas Eneroth, Ylva Johansson
The Government today appointed 31 state secretaries at the Government Offices. Former state secretaries have been dismissed from their positions. Most of the state secretaries have previously held corresponding positions at the Government Offices.New state secretaries at the Government Offices
Setback in process for an orderly withdrawal
On 15 January, the House of Commons of the UK Parliament voted by a large majority to reject the negotiated Withdrawal Agreement. This means a setback in the process for an orderly UK withdrawal. It does not mean that the process has ended.Setback in process for an orderly withdrawal
Key acts and ordinances entering into force late 2018/early 2019
This information material contains a selection of the acts and ordinances – both new and amended – that enter into force in the second half of 2018 or some time thereafter.Key acts and ordinances entering into force late 2018/early 2019
Brexit and the long-term budget at the EU Summit
Discussions about Brexit and the long-term EU budget for the period 2021–2027 dominated the European Council on 13–14 December. Prime Minister Stefan Löfven and other heads of state and government adopted a number of conclusions on migration, disinformation, climate change and internal market cooperation. The Council ended with a discussion of EMU cooperation.Brexit and the long-term budget at the EU Summit