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Bosse Ringholm

Swedish government official

Bosse Ringholm, former Swedish government official.

Background

Ringholm, Bosse was born on August 18, 1942 in Falköping.

Career

Chairman Swedish Social Democratic Youth League, 1967—1972. Political advisor Ministry of Interior and Ministry of Labour, 1972—1976. Alternate member Riksdag (Swedish Parliament), 1976—1982.

Director Ministry Education and Science, 1976—1982. Lead county councillor for transport issues Stockholm County Council, 1983—1985, opposition lead county councillor social democratic group, 1986—1988, 1991—1994, lead county councillor for finance, 1989—1991, 1994—1997. Director general National Labour Market Board (American Mathematical Society), Stockholm, 1997—1999.

Minister finance Government of Sweden, 1999—2004, deputy prime minister, 2004—2006, minister policy coordination, 2005—2006, acting minister foreign affairs, 2006.

Membership

Chair Swedish Public Transport Association, 1983—1992. Member executive committee Swedish Federation County Councils, 1992—1997. Member Stockholm County Council, 1973—1997.

Member executive committee Stockholm Branch Social Democratic Party, 1975—1997, board member, since 1999, chair Stockholm Branch, since 2001, member executive committee, since 2001. Chair Stockholm Social Democratic County Council Group, 1989—1997. Chair directorate National Labour Market Board, 1996—1997.

Member Enskede Sports Club (chairman since 1989).

Connections

M. Kerstin Pehrson; 3 children.