Swedish general election, 2002


Swedish general election, 2002

Infobox Election
election_name = Swedish general election, 2002
country = Sweden
type = parliamentary
ongoing = no
previous_election = Swedish general election, 1998
previous_year = 1998
next_election = Swedish general election, 2006
next_year = 2006
seats_for_election = All 349 seats to the Riksdag
election_date = September 15, 2002


leader1 = Göran Persson
party1 = Swedish Social Democratic Party
leaders_seat1 =
last_election1 = 131 seats
seats1 = 144
seat_change1 = +13
popular_vote1 = 2.113.560
percentage1 = 39.85%


leader2 = Bo Lundgren
party2 = Moderate Party
leaders_seat2 =
last_election2 = 82 seats
seats2 = 55
seat_change2 = -27
popular_vote2 = 809.041
percentage2 = 15.26%

title = PM
before_election = Göran Persson
before_party = Swedish Social Democratic Party
after_election = Göran Persson
after_party = Swedish Social Democratic Party
Results of the general election to the Riksdag, the parliament of Sweden, held Sunday September 15, 2002. 5,385,430 of the 6,722,152 eligible to vote voted in this election (80.11%).

See also

* Elections in Sweden

Further reading

* cite journal
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last = Madeley
first = John T. S.
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date =
year = 2003
month = April
title = 'The Swedish model is dead! Long live the Swedish model!' The 2002 Riksdag election
journal = West European Politics
volume = 26
issue = 2
pages = 165–173
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External links

* [http://www.val.se/ Swedish Election Authority] - Official site
* [http://www.thelocal.se/guides/?to=election&title=the+Swedish+Election+2006 Guide to the Swedish Election 2006] - The Local


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