Pär Nuder

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Par Nuder

Swedish Social Democratic politician add

Category: Politics

Born in 1963.

Country: Sweden (100%)

Education: undef.

Main connections: Swedish Social Democratic Party, Mona Sahlin

Linked to: Stockholm University, Swedish Social Democratic Party, Government of Sweden, Albright Stonebridge Group

 

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Pär Nuder was born in 1963 add something


1982

At the same time he was a member of the Österåker Municipal Executive Committee, from 1982 to 1994 add something


1986

From 1986 to 1989 he was the chairman of the Stockholm County branch of the organisation and from 1987 to 1990 he was a member of the national board add something

 

In 1986 he started his career as a political adviser, first to the Minister for Justice and later to the Prime Minister, first to Ingvar Carlsson and later to his successor, Göran Persson add something


1994

In 1994 he was elected a Member of Parliament add something


1997

In 1997 he was offered the position of State Secretary in the Prime Minister's Office add something


2002

This impression was further strengthened by Persson's move to let Nuder join his Cabinet as Minister for Policy Coordination in 2002, an influential behind-the-scenes post add something


2004

When Marita Ulvskog stepped down as Minister for Culture in September 2004 he took over the portfolio, although it was explicitly stated that this was not a long-term solution add something

 

The Prime Minister's intentions instead became public on October 21, 2004, when Göran Persson announced a restructuring of his government in which Pär Nuder was to take over as Minister of Finance after Bosse Ringholm add something

 

He was the Minister of Finance between November 1, 2004 and October 6, 2006 add something


2008

During early 2008, he lost his position as Social Democratic candidate for Finance Minister due to quarrels with party leader Mona Sahlin add something


2010

He was succeeded as economic advisor for the Social Democratic party and its alternative for Finance Minister for the election in 2010 by Thomas Östros, earlier Minister of Education add something