Fredrik Reinfeldt

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Fredrik Reinfeldt
Leader of the Opposition
Incumbent
Assumed office
3 October 2014
Preceded by Stefan Löfven
In office
25 October 2003 – 6 October 2006
Prime Minister Göran Persson
Preceded by Bo Lundgren
Succeeded by Göran Persson
32nd Prime Minister of Sweden
In office
6 October 2006 – 3 October 2014
Monarch Carl XVI Gustaf
Deputy Maud Olofsson
Jan Björklund
Preceded by Göran Persson
Succeeded by Stefan Löfven
Leader of the Moderate Party
Incumbent
Assumed office
25 October 2003
Deputy Gunilla Carlsson
Preceded by Bo Lundgren
President of the European Council
In office
1 July 2009 – 1 December 2009
Preceded by Jan Fischer
Succeeded by Herman Van Rompuy
Personal details
Born John Fredrik Reinfeldt
4 August 1965 (1965-08-04) (age 49)
Österhaninge, Sweden
Political party Moderate Party
Spouse(s) Filippa Holmberg (1992–2013)
Children Gustaf
Eric
Ebba
Alma mater Stockholm University
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John Fredrik Reinfeldt (born August 4, 1965) was the Prime Minister of Sweden from 2006 to 2014. He was also the leader of the Moderate Party. The Moderate Party is the largest of the four political parties in the Swedish government, but the second largest in the parliament following the Swedish Social Democratic Party and their leader Stefan Löfven.

Reinfeldt lost his re-election to Stefan Löfven as Prime Minister. Reinfeldt also announced that he was resigning his position as leader of the Moderate Party.

Preceded by
Göran Persson
Prime Minister of Sweden
2006 - 2014
Succeeded by
Stefan Löfven