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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 to lead a transitional government
Today, in accordance with the provisions of the Swedish Constitution, a vote of confidence in the Prime Minister was held in the Riksdag. Because Prime Minister Stefan Löfven did not secure adequate support in the Riksdag, the Speaker of the Riksdag has relieved the Prime Minister and the other ministers of their duties.Prime Minister to lead a transitional government
Statement by Prime Minister Stefan Löfven on the situation in SyriaStatement by Prime Minister Stefan Löfven on the situation in Syria
Statement by Prime Minister Stefan Löfven on the conflict in SyriaStatement by Prime Minister Stefan Löfven on the conflict in Syria
Prime Minister to receive Spanish Prime Minister Pedro Sánchez
Note! New version with updated timetable. On Wednesday 5 September, Spanish Prime Minister Pedro Sánchez will visit Enköping, Sweden, for talks with Prime Minister Stefan Löfven. Among the topics for discussion are current EU issues and cooperation between Sweden and Spain.Prime Minister to receive Spanish Prime Minister Pedro Sánchez
Prime Minister Stefan Löfven on the car fires: “Society will always respond strongly to such acts”
Prime Minister Stefan Löfven and Minister for Justice and Home Affairs Morgan Johansson met police in Västra Frölunda today to learn about their work following the car fires in western Sweden on 13 August. Chairman of the Municipal Executive Board of the City of Gothenburg Ann-Sofie Hermansson was also at the meeting.Prime Minister Stefan Löfven on the car fires: “Society will always respond strongly to such acts”
Government agencies and authorities respond to effects of drought and heat
· Article from Annika Strandhäll, Lena Hallengren, Ministry of Defence, Ministry of Enterprise and Innovation, Ministry of Health and Social Affairs, Ministry of Justice, Morgan Johansson, Peter Hultqvist, Prime Minister's Office
Rescue services, government agencies and local authorities are engaged in intensive efforts in response to the forest fires raging around the country, the widespread drought and the ongoing heat wave. More information about these efforts is available below. Crisis preparedness is part of the remit of every government agency and authority.Government agencies and authorities respond to effects of drought and heat
Key acts and ordinances entering into force around the second half of 2018
This compilation contains a selection of acts and ordinances – both new and amended – that entered into force around the second half of 2018.Key acts and ordinances entering into force around the second half of 2018
Prime Minister to visit UN and NATO
On 6–12 July, Prime Minister Stefan Löfven will travel to New York to meet the UN Secretary-General and chair a meeting in the Security Council, and to Brussels to take part in a NATO summit.Prime Minister to visit UN and NATO
Migration and trade on agenda as heads of state and government meet
Migration, EU–US relations, and security and defence will be on the agenda when Prime Minister Stefan Löfven meets his European Council colleagues on 28–29 June.Migration and trade on agenda as heads of state and government meet