List of members of the Riksdag, 2010–14
This article's factual accuracy may be compromised due to out-of-date information. (March 2013)
This is a list of members of the Swedish parliament for the term 2010–2014. The MPs were elected in the general election held on 19 September 2010 and took office on 4 October 2010. The next general election, when a new parliament will be elected, is scheduled to take place in 2014.
Parties currently in the government are marked in bold.
|Party/bloc||Seats||Party leader(s)||Parliamentary group leader(s)|
|Social Democratic||112||Stefan Löfven||Mikael Damberg|
|Moderate||107||Fredrik Reinfeldt||Anna Kinberg Batra|
|Mehmet Kaplan, Gunvor G Ericson|
|Liberal People's||24||Jan Björklund||Johan Pehrson|
|Centre||23||Annie Lööf||Anders W Jonsson|
|Sweden Democrats||20||Jimmie Åkesson||Björn Söder|
|Left||19||Jonas Sjöstedt||Hans Linde|
|Christian Democrats||19||Göran Hägglund||Emma Henriksson|
(Moderate, Liberal People's,
Centre, Christian Democrats)
(Social Democratic, Green, Left)
List of elected MPsEdit
Facts about the elected MPsEdit
- Youngest MP: William Petzäll (born 1988).
- Oldest MP: Barbro Westerholm (born 1933).
- Longest serving MP: Per Westerberg (since 1977).
- Gender balance: 192 (55%) men and 157 (45%) women.
- Number of MPs who have never served in the parliament before: 106.
- Number of MPs who served in the parliament during the previous term: 233.
- Number of MPs have who served as MPs or substitutes during any other previous terms: 10.