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Annika Strandhäll

Annika Strandhäll (born 30 April 1975) is a Swedish trade unionist and politician of the Social Democrats. She has been the Minister for Social Security since 2014 and previously also held the office of Minister for Social Affairs from 2017 to 2019.[1][2] and acting Minister for Public Health, Healthcare and Sports, during Gabriel Wikström's sick leave, from May to July 2017.[3]

Annika Strandhäll
Annika Strandhäll 2014-10-29 001.jpg
Annika Strandhäll in October 2014
Minister for Social Security
Assumed office
3 October 2014
MonarchCarl XVI Gustaf
Prime MinisterStefan Löfven
Preceded byUlf Kristersson
Minister for Social Affairs
In office
27 July 2017 – 21 January 2019
MonarchCarl XVI Gustaf
Prime MinisterStefan Löfven
Preceded byGabriel Wikström (as Minister for Public Health, Healthcare and Sports)
Succeeded byLena Hallengren (as Minister for Health and Social Affairs)
Amanda Lind (as Minister for Sports)
Minister for Public Health, Healthcare and Sports
(acting)
In office
5 May 2017 – 27 July 2017
MonarchCarl XVI Gustaf
Prime MinisterStefan Löfven
Preceded byGabriel Wikström
Succeeded byHerself (as Minister for Social Affairs)
Personal details
Born (1975-06-30) 30 June 1975 (age 43)
Göteborg, Sweden
Political partySocial Democrats

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Regeringskansliet, Regeringen och (24 November 2014). "Ministry of Health and Social Affairs". Regeringskansliet.
  2. ^ "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 2014-10-18. Retrieved 2014-10-16.CS1 maint: Archived copy as title (link)
  3. ^ Gabriel Wikström is on sick leave (in Swedish) 2017-05-05
Trade union offices
Preceded by
Eva Nordmark
(as President of SKTF)
President of Vision
2011–2014
Succeeded by
Veronica Magnusson
Political offices
Preceded by
Göran Hägglund
Head of the Ministry for Health and Social Affairs
2014–2019
Succeeded by
Lena Hallengren
Preceded by
Ulf Kristersson
Minister for Social Security
2014–
Incumbent
Preceded by
Gabriel Wikström
Minister for Public Health, Healthcare and Sports
Acting

2017
Succeeded by
Herself (as Minister for Social Affairs)
Preceded by
Herself (as Minister for Social Security)
Gabriel Wikström (as Minister for Public Health, Healthcare and Sports)
Minister for Social Affairs
2017–2019
Succeeded by
Lena Hallengren (as Minister for Health and Social Affairs)
Amanda Lind (as Minister for Sports)
Order of precedence
Preceded by
Alice Bah Kuhnke
as Minister for Culture
Order of Precedence of Sweden
as Minister for Social Affairs
Succeeded by
Ardalan Shekarabi
as Minister for Public Administration