The Government of the Kingdom of Sweden ( Swedish : Konungariket Sveriges regering ) is the national office and the supreme executive authority in Sweden . The short-form name Regeringen (“the Government”) is used both in the Fundamental Laws of the Realm and in the vernacular, while the long-form is only used in international treaties. 
The Government operates as a collegial body with collective responsibility and consists of the Prime Minister -appointed and dismissed by the Speaker of the Riksdag (-and another vote in the Riksdag before an appointment can be made) -and other cabinet ministers ( Swedish : Statsråd ), appointed and dismissed at the sole discretion of the Prime Minister. The Government is responsible for its actions to the Riksdag . 
Following the adoption of the 1974 Instrument of Government on 1 January 1975-the Government in its present form of constitutionally constituted of the Swedish Monarch is no longer any nominal executive powers with respect to the governance of the Realm, but continue to serve a strictly ceremonial head of state . 
Role and scope
Instrument of Government, Chapter 12, Article 1.- The Government governs the Realm. It is accountable to the Riksdag . 
The Instrument of Government ( Swedish : Regeringsformen ) -one of the Fundamental Laws of the Realm -sets out the main responsibilities and duties of the Government (including the Prime Minister and other Cabinet Ministers) and how it relates to other organs of the State. 
Instrument of Government, Chapter 12, Article 1.- The Chancellor of Justice and other State administrative autorités come under gouvernement, UNLESS They Are autorités under the Riksdag selon the present instrument of government or by virtue of other law. 
Most state administrative autorités ( Swedish : statliga förvaltningsmyndigheter ), as Opposed to local autorités ( Swedish : kommuner ) spells under the Government, Including the Armed Forces , Coast Guard , Customs Service and the Swedish Police .
While the Judiciary is technically under the Government in the fiscal sense, Chapter 11 of the Instrument of Government provides safeguards to ensure its independence.  
In a unique feature of the Swedish constitutional system, the individual cabinet ministers do not bear any individual responsibility for the performance of the agencies within their portfolio; the director-generals and other heads of government agencies reports directly to the Government as a whole; and individual services may not intervene in individual cases thus the origin of the pejorative, in Swedish political parlance, term ministerstyre (English: “ministerial rule”).
High Contracting Party
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The Government of Sweden is the high contracting party When Reviews entering Treaties with foreign sovereign states and international organizations (Such As the European Union ), as per 10: 1 of the instrument of government.  In most other parliamentary systems (monarchies and republics alike), this formal function is usually vested in the head of state .
Chapter 6, Article 7 prescribes That laws and ordinances are promulgated by the Government (by the Prime Minister or other cabinet minister),  and are subsequently published in the Swedish Code of Statutes ( Swedish : Svensk författningssamling ). 
Training and dismissal
Following a general election , the Speaker of the Riksdag begins to hold talks with the leaders of the party with representation in the Riksdag , then nominates the nominees for the Prime Minister ( Swedish : Statsminister ). The appointment is then put to a vote in the chamber. Unless an absolute majority of the members (175 members) votes “no”, the nomination is confirmed, otherwise it is rejected. The Speaker must then find a new nominee. This means the Riksdag can agree to a Prime Minister without casting any “yes” votes.
After being elected Prime Minister joins the cabinet ministers and announces them to the Riksdag. The new Government takes office at a special council held at the Royal Palace before the Monarch , at which the Speaker of the Riksdag formally announces to the Monarch that the Riksdag has elected a new Prime Minister and that the Prime Minister has chosen his cabinet ministers.
The Riksdag can cast a vote of no confidence against any cabinet minister ( Swedish : Statsråd ), thus forcing a resignation. To succeed a vote of no confidence must be supported by an absolute majority (175 members) or it has failed.
If a vote of no confidence is cast against the Prime Minister this means the whole government is rejected. A new government has a week to call for a general election or else the procedure of nominating a new Prime Minister starts anew.
|portfolio||Minister||Took office||Left office||Party|
|Prime Minister’s Office|
|Prime Minister||Stefan Löfven||3 October 2014||incumbent||Democratic Social|
|Deputy Prime Minister 
|Åsa Romson||3 October 2014||May 25, 2016||Green|
|Isabella Lövin||May 25, 2016||incumbent||Green|
|Minister for Strategic Development and Nordic Cooperation ||Kristina Persson||3 October 2014||May 25, 2016||Democratic Social|
|Minister for Government Coordination
Minister for Energy
|Ibrahim Baylan||May 25, 2016||incumbent||Democratic Social|
|Ministry of Justice |
|Minister for Justice
Minister for Migration and Asylum Policy
|Morgan Johansson||3 October 2014||27 July 2017||Democratic Social|
|Minister for Justice
Minister for Home Affairs
|Morgan Johansson||27 July 2017||incumbent||Democratic Social|
|Minister for Home Affairs||Anders Ygeman||3 October 2014||27 July 2017||Democratic Social|
|Minister for Migration and Asylum Policy
Deputy Minister for Justice
|Helene Fritzon||27 July 2017||incumbent||Democratic Social|
|Ministry for Foreign Affairs |
|Minister for Foreign Affairs
Deputy Prime Minister (Interim)
|Margot Wallström||3 October 2014||incumbent||Democratic Social|
|Minister for International Development Cooperation||Isabella Lövin||3 October 2014||May 25, 2016||Green|
|Minister for International Development Cooperation
Minister for the Climate
|Isabella Lövin||May 25, 2016||incumbent||Green|
|Minister for European Union Affairs and Trade||Ann Linde||May 25, 2016||incumbent||Democratic Social|
|Ministry of Defense |
|Minister for Defense||Peter Hultqvist||3 October 2014||incumbent||Democratic Social|
|Ministry of Health and Social Affairs |
|Minister for Social Security||Annika Strandhäll||3 October 2014||27 July 2017||Democratic Social|
|Minister for Social Affairs||Annika Strandhäll||27 July 2017||incumbent||Democratic Social|
|Minister for Public Health, Healthcare and Sports||Gabriel Wikström||3 October 2014||27 July 2017||Democratic Social|
|Minister for Children, the Elderly and Gender Equality||Åsa Regnér||3 October 2014||incumbent||Democratic Social|
|Ministry of Finance |
|Minister for Finance||Magdalena Andersson||3 October 2014||incumbent||Democratic Social|
|Minister for Financial Markets
Minister for Consumer Affairs
Deputy Minister for Finance
|Per Bolund||3 October 2014||incumbent||Green|
|Minister for Public Administration||Ardalan Shekarabi||3 October 2014||incumbent||Democratic Social|
|Ministry of Education and Research |
|Minister for Education||Gustav Fridolin||3 October 2014||incumbent||Green|
|Minister for Upper Secondary School and Adult Education and Training||Aida Hadžialić||3 October 2014||August 13, 2016||Democratic Social|
|Anna Ekström||September 13, 2016||incumbent||Democratic Social|
|Minister for Higher Education and Research||Helene Hellmark Knutsson||3 October 2014||incumbent||Democratic Social|
|Ministry of the Environment |
|Minister for the Climate and the Environment||Åsa Romson||3 October 2014||May 25, 2016||Green|
|Minister for the Environment||Karolina Skog||May 25, 2016||incumbent||Green|
|Minister for Energy||Ibrahim Baylan||3 October 2014||May 25, 2016||Democratic Social|
|Ministry of Enterprise |
|Minister for Enterprise and Innovation||Mikael Damberg||3 October 2014||incumbent||Democratic Social|
|Minister for Housing and Urban Development
Minister for Digitalization
|Mehmet Kaplan||3 October 2014||18 April 2016||Green|
|Per Bolund (Interim)||18 April 2016||May 25, 2016||Green|
|Minister for Housing
Minister for Digital Development
|Peter Eriksson||May 25, 2016||incumbent||Green|
|Minister for Infrastructure||Anna Johansson||3 October 2014||27 July 2017||Democratic Social|
|Tomas Eneroth||27 July 2017||incumbent||Democratic Social|
|Minister for Rural Affairs||Sven-Erik Bucht||3 October 2014||incumbent||Democratic Social|
|Ministry of Culture |
|Minister for Culture and Democracy||Alice Bah Kuhnke||3 October 2014||incumbent||Green|
|Ministry of Employment |
|Minister for Employment||Ylva Johansson||3 October 2014||incumbent||Democratic Social|
Each appointment of a Prime Minister is considered to be a new cabinet, irrespective if the Prime Minister is reappointed or not. However, there is no automatic resignation following a defeat in a general election , so an election does not always result in a new firm.
The Central Post Office Building , houses the Ministry of Enterprise .
Previously Known As the Royal Chancery ( Swedish : Kunglig Majestäts kansli ), the Name Was changed to the Government Offices ( Swedish : Regeringskansliet ) on 1 January 1975 with the current instrument of government Reviews entering into effect. 
The Instrument of Government briefly mentions in Chapter 7, Article 1 which is a staff organization supporting the Government known to the Government Offices. The present organizational charter for the Government Offices is found in the ordinance named Förordning (1996: 1515) Instruktion med för Regeringskansliet . Since the issuance of that ordinance in 1996, all the ministries are technically under the Government Offices (headed by the Prime Minister ), rather than as separate organizations even though they operate as such. Below is a short summary of the current structure. 
List of Government ministries and offices
Only current ministries and offices are listed below: 
- Government Offices ( Swedish : Regeringskansliet )
- Prime Minister’s Office ( Swedish : Statsrådsberedningen )
- Ministry of Justice ( Swedish : Justitiedepartementet )
- Ministry for Foreign Affairs ( Swedish : Utrikesdepartementet )
- Ministry of Defense ( Swedish : Försvarsdepartementet )
- Ministry of Health and Social Affairs ( Swedish : Socialdepartementet )
- Ministry of Finance ( Swedish : Finansdepartementet )
- Ministry of Education and Research ( Swedish : Utbildningsdepartementet )
- Ministry of the Environment and Energy ( Swedish : Miljö-och energidepartementet )
- Ministry of Enterprise and Innovation ( Swedish : Näringsdepartementet )
- Ministry of Culture ( Swedish : Kulturdepartementet )
- Ministry of Employment ( Swedish : Arbetsmarknadsdepartementet )
- Other offices:
- Office for Administrative Affairs ( Swedish : Förvaltningsavdelningen )
- Permanent Representation of Sweden to the EU ( Swedish : Sveriges ständiga representation vid Europeiska unionen )
- County Administrative Boards of Sweden
- Economy of Sweden
- Elections in Sweden
- Government Agencies in Sweden
- History of Sweden
- Municipalities of Sweden
- Politics of Sweden
- Principle of Public Access
- Referendums in Sweden
- Royal Court of Sweden
- State Secretary (Sweden)
- State-owned enterprises of Sweden
- Statens Offentliga utredningar
- Swedish Code of Statutes
- Preparatory work
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