Carlsson III Cabinet

The Carlsson's III Cabinet (Swedish: Regeringen Carlsson III) was the cabinet and Government of Sweden from 7 October 1994 to 22 March 1996.

Carlsson's III Cabinet
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50th Cabinet of Sweden
Date formed7 October 1994
Date dissolved22 March 1996
People and organisations
Head of stateCarl XVI Gustaf
Head of governmentIngvar Carlsson
Member partySocial Democrats
Status in legislatureSingle-party minority government
Opposition partyModerate Party
Opposition leaderCarl Bildt
History
Election(s)1994 general election
Legislature term(s)1994-1998
Outgoing formationRetirement of Ingvar Carlsson
PredecessorCarl Bildt's Cabinet
SuccessorGöran Persson's Cabinet

The cabinet was a single-party minority government consisting the Social Democrats. The cabinet was led by Prime Minister Ingvar Carlsson who had led his party to victory in the 1994 general election. Ingvar Carlsson had previously been Prime Minister from 1986 until defeat in the 1991 general election.

The cabinet resigned on 22 March 1996 as Ingvar Carlsson retired from political life. The cabinet was succeeded by the cabinet of Göran Persson.

MinistersEdit

Portfolio Minister Took office Left office Party
Prime Minister Ingvar Carlsson7 October 199422 March 1996Social Democratic
Deputy Prime Minister Mona Sahlin7 October 199410 November 1995Social Democratic
 Lena Hjelm-Wallén10 November 199522 March 1996Social Democratic
Minister for Foreign Affairs Lena Hjelm-Wallén7 October 199422 March 1996Social Democratic
Minister for Finance Göran Persson7 October 199422 March 1996Social Democratic
Minister for Education Carl Tham7 October 199422 March 1996Social Democratic
Minister for Justice Laila Freivalds7 October 199422 March 1996Social Democratic
Minister for Health and Social Affairs Ingela Thalén7 October 199422 March 1996Social Democratic
Minister for Employment Anders Sundström7 October 199422 March 1996Social Democratic
Minister for Agriculture Margareta Winberg7 October 199422 March 1996Social Democratic
Minister for Defence Thage G. Peterson7 October 199422 March 1996Social Democratic
Minister for Communications Ines Uusmann7 October 199422 March 1996Social Democratic
Minister for the Interior Marita Ulvskog7 October 199422 March 1996Social Democratic
Minister for Housing Jörgen Andersson7 October 199422 March 1996Social Democratic
Minister for the Environment Anna Lindh7 October 199422 March 1996Social Democratic
Minister for Enterprise Sten Heckscher7 October 19945 February 1996Social Democratic
 Jörgen Andersson5 February 199622 March 1996Social Democratic
Ministers without portfolio
Coordination Jan Nygren7 October 199422 March 1996Social Democratic
International Development Cooperation Pierre Schori7 October 199422 March 1996Social Democratic
Foreign Trade Mats Hellström7 October 199422 March 1996Social Democratic
Social Security Anna Hedborg7 October 199422 March 1996Social Democratic
Schools Ylva Johansson7 October 199422 March 1996Social Democratic
Migration Leif Blomberg7 October 199422 March 1996Social Democratic

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Preceded by
Carl Bildt's Cabinet
Cabinet of Sweden
1994–1996
Succeeded by
Göran Persson's Cabinet