Magdalena Andersson

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November 30, 2021

Eva Magdalena Andersson (born 23 January 1967 in Uppsala) is the Social Democrat chairman and current Swedish Minister of Finance. Andersson was elected the first female prime minister in Swedish history on November 24, 2021, but resigned the same day and did not have time to officially take office. Andersson was re-elected prime minister on November 29, 2021. Andersson graduated in civil economics from the Stockholm School of Economics in 1992. He completed his doctoral studies in economics at the university from 1992 to 1995 but did not graduate. Andersson studied at Harvard University in the spring of 1995. Andersson served as Secretary of State in the Ministry of Finance from 2004 to 2006, and in November 2009 he began as Deputy Director General of the Swedish Tax Agency. In February 2012, Andersson left the Social Democratic Party as the economic representative of the Social Democratic Party. After the 2014 parliamentary elections, Andersson was appointed Minister of Finance in the government headed by Stefan Löfven on October 3, 2014. She was also elected to the parliament for the first time. as the leader of another woman’s party. As Prime Minister, she would be the first woman to be Prime Minister of Sweden. Andersson is married to Richard Friberg, Professor of Economics. They have two children.

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