Peter Eriksson (politician): Difference between revisions

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| caption = Peter Eriksson
| office = [[List of members of the RiksdagMEP|Member]] of the [[European Parliament of Sweden|Riksdag]]
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| office1 = [[List of members of the Riksdag|Member]] of the [[Parliament of Sweden|Riksdag]]
| term_start1 = 1994
| term_end1 = 1998
| term_startterm_start2 = 2002
| term_endterm_end2 = 2014
| constituencyconstituency1 =[[Stockholm County]]
| office1office3 = Co-spokesperson of the [[Swedish Green Party]]
| term_start1term_start3 = 12 May 2002
| term_end1term_end3 = 21 May 2011
| predecessor1predecessor3 = [[Matz Hammarström]]<br />[[Lotta Hedström]]
| alongside1alongside3 = [[Maria Wetterstrand]]
| successor1successor3 = [[Gustav Fridolin]]<br />[[Åsa Romson]]
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| birth_date = {{Birth date and age|1958|8|3|df=yes}}
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'''Lars-Johan Peter Eriksson''' (born 3 August 1958, in [[Tranås]], [[Småland]]) is [[Sweden|Swedish]] politician who was one of the two [[spokesperson]]s (leaders) of the [[Green Party (Sweden)|Green Party]] in [[Sweden]] between 2002 and 2011, working alongside [[Maria Wetterstrand]]. He lives in [[Kalix]], [[Norrbotten]], where he was [[Municipal Commissioner]] from 1999 to 2004. He was also [[List of members of the Riksdag|member]] of the [[Parliament of Sweden|Riksdag]] 1994&ndash;1998 and has been one again since 2002&ndash;2014.
 
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