Ingvar Carlsson

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Ingvar Carlsson
29th Prime Minister of Sweden
In office
13 March 1986 – 4 October 1991
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Monarch Carl XVI Gustaf
Deputy Svante Lundkvist (1986)
Kjell-Olof Feldt (1986–1990)
Lena Hjelm-Wallén (1990)
Odd Engström (1990–1991)
Preceded by Olof Palme
Succeeded by Carl Bildt
In office
7 October 1994 – 22 March 1996
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Monarch Carl XVI Gustaf
Deputy Mona Sahlin (1994–1995)
Lena Hjelm-Wallén (1995–1996)
Preceded by Carl Bildt
Succeeded by Göran Persson
Leader of the Opposition
In office
4 October 1991 – 7 October 1994
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Prime Minister Carl Bildt
Preceded by Carl Bildt
Succeeded by Carl Bildt
Leader of the
Swedish Social Democratic Party
In office
13 March 1986 – 22 March 1996
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Preceded by Olof Palme
Succeeded by Göran Persson
Personal details
Born 9 November 1934 (1934-11-09) (age 80)
Borås, Älvsborg County, Sweden
Political party Social Democratic Party
Spouse(s) Ingrid Carlsson
Residence Tyresö, Södermanland County, Sweden
Alma mater Lund University,
Northwestern University
Profession Business economist
Religion Lutheran/Church of Sweden
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Ingvar Carlsson (born 9 November 1934 in Borås, Västra Götaland County (then Älvsborg County), Sweden), is a Swedish politician, former Prime Minister of Sweden (March 1986–October 1991; October 1994–March 1996) and leader of the Social Democratic Party (March 1986–March 1996).[1]

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  1. "Sweden" (in Swedish). World Statesmen. http://www.worldstatesmen.org/Sweden.html. Retrieved 22 December 2014.

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