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  1. Local government in Sweden (Sweden books) by Agne Gustafsson, 1983
  2. Britain and Sweden - Current Issues in Local Government (Series SB) by Eric Reade, 1989-03-31
  3. Other Governments of Europe: Sweden, Spain, Italy, Yugoslavia, and East Germany (Prentice-Hall contemporary comparative politics series) by Michael Roskin, 1977-03
  4. Politics of Compromise: A Study of Parties and Cabinet Government in Sweden by Dankwart A. Rustow, 1955-06
  5. Government in Sweden: The Executive at Work (The Commonwealth and international library. Governments in Western Europe) by N. C. Elder, 1970-05
  6. Constitutional documents of Sweden: The Instrument of Government, the Riksdag Act, the Act of Succession, the Freedom of the Press Act, the Fundamental Law on Freedom of Expression by Sweden, 1995
  7. The government and politics of Sweden by Joseph B Board, 1970
  8. Can Governments Learn?: Comparative Perspectives On Evaluation And Organizational Learning by Ray C. Rist, 1999-10
  9. Local Government in Liberal Democracies: An Introductory Survey
  10. A parallel between the English constitution and the former government of Sweden; ... By J. L. DL. LLD. by Jean Louis De Lolme, 2010-05-27
  11. Warrior Kings of Sweden: The Rise of an Empire in the Sixteenth and Seventeenth Centuries by Gary Dean Peterson, 2007-03-28
  12. Swedish local government: Traditions and reforms
  13. The democratic monarchies of Scandinavia (The governments of Europe) by Ben Albert Arneson, 1949
  14. Norway$Sweden: Union, Disunion, and Scandinavian Integration (Princeton University. Center for Research on World Political Institutions. Publications) by Raymond E. Lindgren, 1979-02-15

1. GeographyIQ - World Atlas - Europe - Sweden - Government And Political Condition
Sweden Government and Political Conditions GOVERNMENT Popular government in Sweden rests upon ancient tradition. The Swedish parliament (Riksdag) stems from tribal courts (Ting
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Popular government in Sweden rests upon ancient tradition. The Swedish parliament (Riksdag) stems from tribal courts (Ting) and the election of kings in the Viking age. It became a permanent institution in the 15th century. Sweden's government is a limited constitutional monarchy with a parliamentary system. Executive authority is vested in the cabinet, which consists of a prime minister and 20 ministers who run the government departments. The present Alliance for Sweden government, led by Prime Minister Fredrik Reinfeldt, came to power in September 2006. King Carl XVI Gustaf (Bernadotte) ascended to the throne on September 15, 1973. His authority is formal, symbolic, and representational. The unicameral Riksdag has 349 members, popularly elected every 4 years, and is in session generally from September through mid-June.
Sweden is divided into 21 counties and 288 municipalities. Each county (lšn) is headed by a governor, who is appointed by the central government. Each county has a popularly elected council with the power of taxation, and each council has particular responsibility for education, public transportation, health, and medical care. Elected municipal councils are headed by executive committees roughly analogous to the boards of commissioners found in some U.S. cities.
Swedish law, drawing on Germanic, Roman, and Anglo-American law, is neither as codified as in France and other countries influenced by the Napoleonic Code, nor as dependent on judicial practice and precedents as in the United States. Legislative and judicial institutions include, in addition to the Riksdag, the Supreme Court, the Supreme Administrative Court, the Labor Court, Commissions of Inquiry, the Law Council, District Courts and Courts of Appeal, the Chief Public Prosecutor, the Bar Association, and ombudsmen who oversee the application of laws with particular attention to abuses of authority.

2. GeographyIQ - World Atlas - Europe - Sweden - Government Facts And Figures
Government and political information for Sweden Country name conventional long form Kingdom of Sweden conventional short form Sweden
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Europe Sweden (Facts) Sweden - Government (Facts) Country name: conventional long form: Kingdom of Sweden
conventional short form: Sweden
local long form: Konungariket Sverige
local short form: Sverige Government type: constitutional monarchy Capital: name: Stockholm
geographic coordinates: 59 20 N, 18 03 E time difference: UTC+1 (6 hours ahead of Washington, DC during Standard Time) daylight saving time: +1hr, begins last Sunday in March; ends last Sunday in October Administrative divisions: 21 counties (lan, singular and plural); Blekinge, Dalarnas, Gavleborgs, Gotlands, Hallands, Jamtlands, Jonkopings, Kalmar, Kronobergs, Norrbottens, Orebro, Ostergotlands, Skane, Sodermanlands, Stockholms, Uppsala, Varmlands, Vasterbottens, Vasternorrlands, Vastmanlands, Vastra Gotalands Independence: 6 June 1523 (Gustav VASA elected king) National holiday: Swedish Flag Day, 6 June (1916); National Day, 6 June (1983) Constitution: 1 January 1975 Legal system: civil law system influenced by customary law; accepts compulsory ICJ jurisdiction with reservations

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4. Sweden - Government
The capital of Sweden is Stockholm, and its government is a constitutional monarchy.
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Government Sweden Country name: conventional long form: Kingdom of Sweden
conventional short form: Sweden
local short form: Sverige
local long form: Konungariket Sverige Government type: constitutional monarchy Capital: Stockholm Administrative divisions: 21 counties (lan, singular and plural); Blekinge, Dalarnas, Gavleborgs, Gotlands, Hallands, Jamtlands, Jonkopings, Kalmar, Kronobergs, Norrbottens, Orebro, Ostergotlands, Skane, Sodermanlands, Stockholms, Uppsala, Varmlands, Vasterbottens, Vasternorrlands, Vastmanlands, Vastra Gotalands Independence: 6 June 1523 (Gustav VASA elected king) National holiday: Flag Day, 6 June

5. Sweden Government With The Monarchy And Executive Poxer
Gouvernment Swedish with the executive power and the legislative power. Sweden a hereditary monarchy.
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6. Sweden Government - Flags, Maps, Economy, Geography, Climate, Natural Resources,
Sweden Government Flags, Maps, Economy, Geography, Climate, Natural Resources, Current Issues, International Agreements, Population, Social Statistics, Political System
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    Country name: conventional long form: Kingdom of Sweden conventional short form: Sweden local long form: Konungariket Sverige local short form: Sverige Data code: SW Government type: constitutional monarchy Capital: Stockholm Administrative divisions: 21 counties (lan, singular and plural); Blekinge, Dalarnas, Gavleborgs, Gotlands, Hallands, Jamtlands, Jonkopings, Kalmar, Kronobergs, Norrbottens, Orebro, Ostergotlands, Skane, Sodermanlands, Stockholms, Uppsala, Varmlands, Vasterbottens, Vasternorrlands, Vastmanlands, Vastra Gotalands Independence: 6 June 1523 (Gustav VASA elected king); 6 June 1809 (constitutional monarchy was established) National holiday: Day of the Swedish Flag, 6 June Constitution: 1 January 1975 Legal system: civil law system influenced by customary law; accepts compulsory ICJ jurisdiction, with reservations Suffrage: 18 years of age; universal Executive branch: chief of state: King CARL XVI GUSTAF (since 19 September 1973); Heir Apparent Princess VICTORIA Ingrid Alice Desiree, daughter of the monarch (born 14 July 1977)

7. Sweden Government 2004 - Flags, Maps, Economy, Geography, Climate, Natural Resou
Sweden Government 2004 Flags, Maps, Economy, Geography, Climate, Natural Resources, Current Issues, International Agreements, Population, Social Statistics, Political System
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    SOURCE: 2004 CIA WORLD FACTBOOK
      Country name:
      conventional long form: Kingdom of Sweden
      conventional short form: Sweden
      local short form: Sverige
      local long form: Konungariket Sverige Government type: constitutional monarchy Capital: Stockholm Administrative divisions: 21 counties (lan, singular and plural); Blekinge, Dalarnas, Gavleborgs, Gotlands, Hallands, Jamtlands, Jonkopings, Kalmar, Kronobergs, Norrbottens, Orebro, Ostergotlands, Skane, Sodermanlands, Stockholms, Uppsala, Varmlands, Vasterbottens, Vasternorrlands, Vastmanlands, Vastra Gotalands Independence: 6 June 1523 (Gustav VASA elected king) National holiday: Flag Day, 6 June Constitution: 1 January 1975 Legal system: civil law system influenced by customary law; accepts compulsory ICJ jurisdiction, with reservations Suffrage: 18 years of age; universal Executive branch chief of state: King CARL XVI GUSTAF (since 19 September 1973); Heir Apparent Princess VICTORIA Ingrid Alice Desiree, daughter of the monarch (born 14 July 1977)
  • 8. Sweden Government 2002 - Flags, Maps, Economy, Geography, Climate, Natural Resou
    Sweden Government 2002 Flags, Maps, Economy, Geography, Climate, Natural Resources, Current Issues, International Agreements, Population, Social Statistics, Political System
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    Sweden
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    SOURCE: 2002 CIA WORLD FACTBOOK
      Country name
      conventional long form: Kingdom of Sweden
      conventional short form: Sweden
      local short form: Sverige local long form: Konungariket Sverige Government type constitutional monarchy Capital Stockholm Administrative divisions 21 counties (lan, singular and plural); Blekinge, Dalarnas, Gavleborgs, Gotlands, Hallands, Jamtlands, Jonkopings, Kalmar, Kronobergs, Norrbottens, Orebro, Ostergotlands, Skane, Sodermanlands, Stockholms, Uppsala, Varmlands, Vasterbottens, Vasternorrlands, Vastmanlands, Vastra Gotalands Independence 6 June 1523 (Gustav VASA elected king) National holiday Flag Day, 6 June Constitution 1 January 1975 Legal system civil law system influenced by customary law; accepts compulsory ICJ jurisdiction, with reservations Suffrage 18 years of age; universal Executive branch chief of state: King CARL XVI GUSTAF (since 19 September 1973); Heir Apparent Princess VICTORIA Ingrid Alice Desiree, daughter of the monarch (born 14 July 1977)
  • 9. Sweden Government 2007, CIA World Factbook
    Sweden Government 2007 http//www.allcountries.org/wfb2007/sweden/sweden_government.html SOURCE 2007 CIA WORLD FACTBOOK
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    conventional long form: Kingdom of Sweden
    conventional short form: Sweden
    local long form: Konungariket Sverige
    local short form: Sverige Government type: constitutional monarchy Capital: name: Stockholm geographic coordinates: 59 20 N, 18 03 E time difference: UTC+1 (6 hours ahead of Washington, DC during Standard Time) daylight saving time: +1hr, begins last Sunday in March; ends last Sunday in October Administrative divisions: 21 counties (lan, singular and plural); Blekinge, Dalarnas, Gavleborgs, Gotlands, Hallands, Jamtlands, Jonkopings, Kalmar, Kronobergs, Norrbottens, Orebro, Ostergotlands, Skane, Sodermanlands, Stockholms, Uppsala, Varmlands, Vasterbottens, Vasternorrlands, Vastmanlands, Vastra Gotalands Independence: 6 June 1523 (Gustav VASA elected king) National holiday: Swedish Flag Day, 6 June (1916); National Day, 6 June (1983)

    10. Sweden - Government
    conventional long form Kingdom of Sweden conventional short form Sweden local short form Sverige local long form Konungariket Sverige
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    Sweden - Government
    By CIA Factbook
    Jan 17, 2005, 16:12
    Government Sweden Country name: conventional long form: Kingdom of Sweden
    conventional short form: Sweden
    local short form: Sverige
    local long form: Konungariket Sverige Government type: constitutional monarchy Capital: Stockholm Administrative divisions: 21 counties (lan, singular and plural); Blekinge, Dalarnas, Gavleborgs, Gotlands, Hallands, Jamtlands, Jonkopings, Kalmar, Kronobergs, Norrbottens, Orebro, Ostergotlands, Skane, Sodermanlands, Stockholms, Uppsala, Varmlands, Vasterbottens, Vasternorrlands, Vastmanlands, Vastra Gotalands Independence: 6 June 1523 (Gustav VASA elected king) National holiday: Flag Day, 6 June Constitution: 1 January 1975 Legal system: civil law system influenced by customary law; accepts compulsory ICJ jurisdiction, with reservations Suffrage: 18 years of age; universal Executive branch: chief of state: King CARL XVI GUSTAF (since 19 September 1973); Heir Apparent Princess VICTORIA Ingrid Alice Desiree, daughter of the monarch (born 14 July 1977)
    head of government: Prime Minister Goran PERSSON (since 21 March 1996)
    cabinet: Cabinet appointed by the prime minister elections: the monarchy is hereditary; following legislative elections, the prime minister is elected by the Parliament; election last held 15 September 2002 (next to be held NA September 2006)

    11. The Government And Its Offices
    Englishlanguage information on the Swedish government and ministers. Also includes the text of speeches, press releases, publications and government policy statements.
    http://www.sweden.gov.se/

    12. Invest In Sweden Agency
    Government agency supplying help and information to companies interested in investing in Sweden.
    http://www.isa.se/

    13. Government Of Sweden - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
    The Government of the Kingdom of Sweden is the supreme executive authority of Sweden. It consists of the Prime Minister and cabinet ministers appointed by the Prime Minister.
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    Government of Sweden
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    14. Town Of Sweden - Monroe County NY
    Located in New York's western Monroe County, the Town of Sweden offers a blend of rural beauty, access to the Erie Canal, the Village of Brockport, and some of the best shopping
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    Sweden Town Hall Located in New York's western Monroe County, the Town of Sweden offers a blend of rural beauty, access to the Erie Canal, the Village of Brockport, and some of the best shopping in the area. If you have any questions or comments on our new website please email us at karens@townofsweden.org
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    Government agency about university issues.
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    16. Sweden Government
    Nation by Nation the story of the countries of the world
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    17. The National Social Insurance Office
    Information about social insurance in Sweden.
    http://www.fk.se/

    18. Sweden: History, Geography, Government, And Culture ‚ÄĒ Infoplease.com
    Learn about the history, geography and culture of Sweden and find statistical and demographic information.
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