Swedish Social Democratic Party

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The ruling party of Sweden

The Swedish Social Democratic Party (Swedish: Sveriges socialdemokratiska arbetareparti, S/SAP), is a social-democratic party. Founded in 1889, the SAP is the oldest and largest political party in Sweden.

The SAP had its golden age during the mid-1930s to mid-1980s when in half of all general elections it received between 44.6% and 46.2% (averaging 45.3%) of the votes, making it one of the most successful parties in the history of the liberal-democratic world, but has been in decline since then.

 

Party Members

PoliticianBornDiedDescription
Magdalena Andersson23 January 1967Attended the 2016 Bilderberg as Swedish finance minister. Supporter of the Great Reset and new Prime Minister of Sweden.
Sven Andersson5 April 191021 September 1987Swedish Social Democrat politician and deep state operative
Ingemund Bengtsson30 January 191912 April 2000Swedish politician. Attended the 1971 Bilderberg conference. Responsible for the UN Environment Conference in Stockholm in 1972.
Ebbe Carlsson28 September 19473 August 1992His semi-private investigation led the Palme assassination into a wild goose chase
Ingvar Carlsson9 November 1934Took over as Sweden's PM upon the assassination of Olof Palme.
Mikael Damberg13 October 1971Swedish single Bilderberg politician
Anna Ekström23 June 1959
Jan Eliasson17 September 1940Swedish diplomat
Tage Erlander13 June 190121 June 1985Swedish PM for 25 years
Laila Freivalds22 June 1942
Arne Geijer7 May 191027 January 1979Chair of the mighty Swedish Trade Union Confederation and President of the International Confederation of Free Trade Unions.
Anna-Greta Leijon30 June 1939
Anna Lindh19 June 195711 September 2003Swedish Minister of Foreign Affairs assassinated 4 months after attending her first Bilderberg
Stefan Löfven21 July 1957As Prime Minister of Sweden, managed the Covid-19 response. 2013 Bilderberg visitor
Olof Palme30 January 192728 February 1986Leader of the Swedish Social Democratic Party from 1969, and two-term Prime Minister, until his assassination in 1986.
Göran Persson20 January 1949
Mona Sahlin9 March 1957Swedish Social Democrat politician. Her political career rebounded from a deep low after she participated in the 1996 Bilderberg conference, and she almost became Prime Minister.
Pierre Schori14 October 1938Swedish State Secretary for Foreign Affairs under Olof Palme.
Gunnar Strang23 December 19067 March 1992Swedish Finance Minister. Attended the 1973 Bilderberg
Margot Wallström28 September 1954Former Swedish Deputy PM and Foreign Minister
Carl Johan Åberg19 October 19307 March 2010Swedish one time Bilderberger


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