Wednesday 18 May 2022
The Finnish President Sauli Niinistö held a speech in the former Second Chamber of the Riksdag on 17 May in connection with the President’s state visit to Sweden. The speech was given in the presence of the King and Queen, party leaders and members of the Riksdag, and invited guests.
Tuesday 17 May 2022
On 8-13 May, the Speaker Andreas Norlén and a delegation of members of the Riksdag paid an official visit to Canada, with meetings in Ottawa and Quebec.
Thursday 5 May 2022
The Speaker Andreas Norlén received the President of the Chamber of Deputies of the Parliament of the Czech Republic Markéta Pekarová Adamová and her delegation on 3 May. The President of the Chamber of Deputies Pekarová Adamová with her delegation paid an official visit to Sweden on 2–3 May.
Standing, from the left, First Deputy Speaker Åsa Lindestam (Social Democratic Party), the Speaker Andreas Norlén, Second Deputy Speaker Lotta Johnsson Fornarve (Left Party) and Third Deputy Speaker Kerstin Lundgren (Centre Party).
The CV contains more detailed information about the Speaker Andreas Norlén.
CV Andreas Norlén Resumé(pdf, 329 kB)
CV Andreas Norlén Assignments(pdf, 330 kB)
The First and Second Deputy Speakers Åsa Lindestam (Social Democratic Party) and Lotta Johnsson Fornarve (Left Party) lead work on gender equality at the Riksdag. Photo: Melker Dahlstrand
Gender equality work in the Riksdag
The Speaker is the Riksdag's principal representative, and as such directs and organises the Riksdag's work procedures.
The tasks of the Speaker
Åsa Lindestam (Social Democratic Party) is First Deputy Speaker, Lotta Johnsson Fornarve (Left Party) Second Deputy Speaker and Kerstin Lundgren (Centre Party) is Third Deputy Speaker.
The Deputy Speakers