Carl Gustaf Ekman

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Carl Gustaf Ekman
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21st Prime Minister of Sweden
In office
7 June 1926 – 2 October 1928
(2 years, 117 days)
Monarch Gustaf V
Preceded by Rickard Sandler
Succeeded by Arvid Lindman
In office
7 June 1930 – 6 August 1932
(2 years, 60 days)
Monarch Gustaf V
Preceded by Arvid Lindman
Succeeded by Felix Hamrin
Personal details
Born (1872-10-06)6 October 1872
Munktorp, Sweden
Died 15 June 1945(1945-06-15) (aged 72)
Stockholm, Sweden
Political party Freeminded People's Party
Spouse(s) Laura Ekman (née Widlund)

Carl Gustaf Ekman, born 6 October 1872, dead 15 June 1945, was a Swedish politician. He was a member of the Swedish parliament 1911-1932, in both the lower and the upper houses. Between 1924-1932, he led the Freeminded People's Party. He served as the Prime Minister of Sweden between 1926-1928 and again between 1930-1932.[1]

References[change | change source]

  1. "Sweden" (in Swedish). World Statesmen. Retrieved 22 December 2014. 
Party political offices
Preceded by
Party constituted
Chairman of the Freeminded People's Party
1924–1932
Succeeded by
Felix Hamrin
Political offices
Preceded by
Rickard Sandler
Prime Minister of Sweden
1926–1928
Succeeded by
Arvid Lindman
Preceded by
Arvid Lindman
Prime Minister of Sweden
1930–1932
Succeeded by
Felix Hamrin