|Minister for Infrastructure|
27 July 2017
|Prime Minister||Stefan Löfven|
|Preceded by||Anna Johansson|
|Leader of the Social Democrats |
in the Swedish Riksdag
3 October 2014 –27 July 2017
|Preceded by||Mikael Damberg|
|Succeeded by||Anders Ygeman|
|Member of the Riksdag |
3 October 1994
|Born||4 December 1966|
Växjö, Cronoberg, Sweden
|Political party||Social Democrats|
|Residence||352 42 Växjö|
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| Member of the Riksdag for Kronoberg County |
Clas-Göran Carlsson 2017–present
| Chairperson of the Riksdag's Committee on Social Insurance |
| Deputy Chairperson of the Riksdag's Committee on Social Insurance |
| Deputy Chairperson of the Riksdag's Committee on Industry and Trade |
| Deputy Chairperson of the Riksdag's Committee on Social Insurance |
| Minister for Infrastructure |
|Party political offices|
| Leader of the Social Democrats in the Riksdag |
|Order of precedence|
as Minister for Migration and Asylum Policy, Deputy Minister for Justice
| Order of precedence of Sweden |
as Minister for Infrastructure
Foreign Ambassadors Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary