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| caption = Peter Eriksson
| office = [[MinistryMinister for International ofDevelopment EnterpriseCooperation (Sweden)|Minister for HousingInternational andDevelopment DigitalizationCooperation]]
| term_start = 2521 MayJanuary 20162019
| term_end=
| primeminister = [[Stefan Löfven]]
| predecessor = [[PerIsabella BolundLövin]] <small>(acting)</small>
| successor =
| office3 = [[Ministry of Enterprise (Sweden)|Minister for Housing and Digitalization]]
| term_start3 = 25 May 2016
| term_end3= 21 January 2019
| primeminister3 = [[Stefan Löfven]]
| predecessor3 = [[Per Bolund]] <small>(acting)</small>
| successor3 = [[Per Bolund]] <small>(Housing)</small><br>[[Anders Ygeman]] <small>(Digitalization)</small>
| office4 = [[Member of the European Parliament|MEP]]
| term_start4 = 1 July 2014
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'''Lars-Johan Peter Eriksson''' (born 3 August 1958 in [[Tranås]], [[Småland]]) is a [[Sweden|Swedish]] politician who has served as the [[Minister for HousingInternational andDevelopment DigitalCooperation (Sweden)|Minister for International Development Cooperation]] since 3January 2019. He previously served as [[Ministry of Enterprise (Sweden)|Minister for Housing and Digitalization]] from May 2016 to January 2019. HeBefore wasbeing previouslyappointed ato the [[Government of Sweden]], Eriksson was [[Member of the European Parliament]] (MEP)from July 2014 to May 2016.
 
Prior to that, he 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]].