Tomas Eneroth

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Tomas Eneroth
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Eneroth in London in 2017
Minister for Infrastructure
Assumed office
27 July 2017
Prime Minister Stefan Löfven
Preceded by Anna Johansson
Leader of the Social Democrats
in the Swedish Riksdag
In office
3 October 2014 27 July 2017
Preceded by Mikael Damberg
Succeeded by Anders Ygeman
Member of the Riksdag
for Cronoberg
Assumed office
3 October 1994
Personal details
Born (1966-12-04) 4 December 1966 (age 54)
Växjö, Cronoberg, Sweden
Political party Social Democrats
Residence Flag of Sweden.svg 352 42 Växjö

Karl Tomas Eneroth (born 4 December 1966) is a Swedish politician of the Social Democrats who has been Minister for Infrastructure since 2017. He was previously Leader of the Social Democrats in the Swedish Riksdag from 2014 to 2017. He has been Member of the Riksdag since 1994. representing Kronoberg County. [1]

From 2010 to 2014, he served as deputy leader of the Committee on Social Insurance (Swedish: socialförsäkringsutskottet). [2] He has previously been leader of the same committee, as well as leader of the Committee on Industry and Trade. In 2011, he was mentioned as a possible candidate to replace Håkan Juholt as leader of the party. [3]

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References

  1. "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 2014-10-06. Retrieved 2013-07-18.CS1 maint: archived copy as title (link)
  2. Tomas Eneroth (in Swedish) Socialdemokraterna.se, retrieved 18 July 2013
  3. Mats Knutson (16 February 2011): SVT:s Mats Knutson erfar: Eneroth favorit i S-valet (in Swedish) Sveriges Television, retrieved 18 July 2013
Political offices
Preceded by
Member of the Riksdag for Kronoberg County
Locum:
Clas-Göran Carlsson 2017–present

1994–present
Incumbent
Preceded by
Berit Andnor
Chairperson of the Riksdag's Committee on Social Insurance
2002–2006
Succeeded by
Gunnar Axén
Preceded by
Sven Brus
Deputy Chairperson of the Riksdag's Committee on Social Insurance
2006–2008
Succeeded by
Veronica Palm
Preceded by
Thomas Östros
Deputy Chairperson of the Riksdag's Committee on Industry and Trade
2008–2010
Succeeded by
Maria Wetterstrand
Preceded by
Veronica Palm
Deputy Chairperson of the Riksdag's Committee on Social Insurance
2010–2014
Succeeded by
Elisabeth Svantesson
Preceded by
Anna Johansson
Minister for Infrastructure
2017–present
Incumbent
Party political offices
Preceded by
Mikael Damberg
Leader of the Social Democrats in the Riksdag
20142017
Succeeded by
Anders Ygeman
Order of precedence
Preceded by
Heléne Fritzon
as Minister for Migration and Asylum Policy, Deputy Minister for Justice
Order of precedence of Sweden
as Minister for Infrastructure
Succeeded by
Foreign Ambassadors Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary