Welcome to the official Swedish Green Party website. Our brochures are available in 17 different languages.
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The Swedish Green Party first entered parliament 1988, as the first new party in 70 years to do so. In 1991, the party in didn't manage the 4 % hurdle, but was able to re-enter in 1994 and has stayed in parliament since. The latest elections were held in September 2010; the Swedish Green Party obtained 7.34 % of the votes and became the third largest party with 25 seats out of a total of 349.
One of the deputy speakers, Ulf Holm, is a green MP.
In the latest elections to the EU parliament, in May 2014, the Swedish Green Party obtained 15.4 %. As a result Peter Eriksson, Bodil Ceballos and Max Andersson joins Swedish green MEP Isabella Lövin and the Green Group in Brussels and Strasbourg.
Teckenspråk (Swedish sign language)
- Broschyr (2014) - video
Davvisámegiella (Northern sami language)
Romani chib (Romani)
ไทย (Thai language)
- Broschure (2014)