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Carlsson III Cabinet

Carlsson's III Cabinet

50th Cabinet of Sweden
Date formed 7 October 1994
Date dissolved 22 March 1996
People and organisations
Head of government Ingvar Carlsson
Head of state Carl XVI Gustaf
Member party Social Democrats
Status in legislature Single-party minority government
Opposition party Moderate Party
Opposition leader Carl Bildt
Election(s) 1994 general election
Legislature term(s) 1994-1998
Outgoing formation Retirement of Ingvar Carlsson
Previous Carl Bildt's Cabinet
Successor Göran Persson's Cabinet

The Carlsson's III Cabinet was the cabinet and Government of Sweden from 7 October 1994 to 22 March 1996.

The cabinet was a single-party minority government consisting the Social Democrats. The cabinet was led by Prime Minister Ingvar Carlsson who had led his party to victory in the 1994 general election. Ingvar Carlsson had previously been Prime Minister from 1986

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