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Reinfeldt and later
A day later, he was elected in the Riksdag with 175 members voting in support of Reinfeldt and 169 against him succeeding to the prime ministership.
His father Bruno Reinfeldt was also formerly involved in local politics for the Moderate Party in Täby, but left all his political posts in February 2009 after having been arrested and later convicted for drink driving.
The spelling was later changed to Reinfeldt.

Reinfeldt and deep
After Burrough's score gave the Oilers a 7-0 lead, the Patriots marched deep into Houston territory, but safety Mike Reinfeldt intercepted a pass at the 1-yard line, and then the Oilers marched 99 yards to score on Barber's first touchdown.

Reinfeldt and ideological
The congress was controversial because it was the culmination of a long ideological battle within the Moderate Youth League between the conservatives and the libertarians ; Reinfeldt represented the conservatives and Kristersson the libertarians.

Reinfeldt and party
The current chairman of the party is Fredrik Reinfeldt, who is also Prime Minister of Sweden.
Reinfeldt has been credited for having moved the party more towards the centre in Swedish politics, which is also reflected by its own claim of being the " New Moderates ".
Former head of the Moderate Youth Fredrik Reinfeldt was elected as the new party leader in 2003.
Fredrik Reinfeldt, leader of the party since 2003
Since Fredrik Reinfeldt became party leader, the party has slowly started to move further towards the political center and also adopted pragmatic views.
It is currently a minor party in the centre-right Alliance coalition government lead by Prime Minister Fredrik Reinfeldt following the general election of 17 September 2006.
The Christian Democrats are currently a minor party in the centre-right Alliance coalition government led by Prime Minister Fredrik Reinfeldt.
The Centre Party is currently a minor party in the centre-right Alliance coalition government lead by Prime Minister Fredrik Reinfeldt.
Following the 1994 defeat of the Moderate-led coalition government, Reinfeldt adopted a critical stance against the party leadership under Carl Bildt, which resulted in isolation within the party.
Reinfeldt was elected party leader on 25 October 2003, succeeding Bo Lundgren.
Reinfeldt, who is said to dislike hard liquor and to consume wine and beer in moderate amounts, started " Conservative Youth " () and formed a bond with the mother party, eventually taking over the youth league in 1987.
At the beginning of his term as leader of the Moderate Youth League, Reinfeldt supported the government of Prime Minister Bildt, but Reinfeldt gradually changed his views and became more critical of the party leadership.
Following the defeat of the Bildt government in the Swedish general election of 1994, Reinfeldt publicly criticized the Moderate Party leader, whom he believed had gotten too much dominance in the party.
In an interview with the newspaper Stockholm City on 8 March 2004, Reinfeldt said that he preferred Bush over the Democratic Party contender John Kerry, and in a poll conducted by the newspaper Svenska Dagbladet in April 2004, Reinfeldt like a large majority of his party favoured Bush over Kerry.
On the other hand he is thought to have influenced Cameron, since Reinfeldt was elected party leader in 2003 — two years before Cameron took control of the British Conservative Party in 2005.
This provided Mona Sahlin, as leader of the biggest opposition party, with excellent opportunities to lead the opposition against PM Fredrik Reinfeldt.
The most famous being the current leader of the party, Fredrik Reinfeldt, who is a former chairman.
The Moderates dramatically increased their seats, becoming the largest party of the non-socialist bloc, a position the party retains today in the current government of Fredrik Reinfeldt.

Reinfeldt and on
* Election results 2006: Fredrik Reinfeldt ( Moderate Party ) elected Prime Minister on 5 October 2006 after the victory for Alliance for Sweden in the Swedish general election, 2006.
Lundgren is still respected among many Moderates for his principled stand on issues as a leader, especially since Fredrik Reinfeldt has been pursuing more centrist policies.
The official policy of Fredrik Reinfeldt on the issue, as of 2008, is that the result of the 2003 referendum has to be respected and that the issue will not be raised during the present term (- 2010 ).
Following the general election held on 17 September 2006, Reinfeldt was elected Prime Minister by the new parliament on 6 October.
Reinfeldt became President of the European Council on 1 July 2009, as Sweden took over the Presidency of the Council of the European Union from the Czech Republic.
With the opposition divided mainly by the Sweden Democrats, Reinfeldt could remain in government, but with greater insistence to seek consensus on matters of substance with the opposition parties.
Reinfeldt visited Washington, D. C. on 15 May 2007, meeting with President Bush.
Bush and Reinfeldt mostly discussed climate change and free trade, focusing on the Doha Round.
However, when Göran Persson asked for his resignation after the lost 2006 election, the parliamentary situation was very clear, so already on 19 September 2006 Sydow could formally ask Fredrik Reinfeldt to begin the formation of a new government to take office after the new Riksdag has assembled to approve it.
Hägglund was appointed Minister for Health and Social Affairs on 6 October 2006 by Prime Minister Fredrik Reinfeldt.
He announced on the 11 June 2009 that he would be leaving the Cabinet of Fredrik Reinfeldt as soon as a successor was appointed.
As the new cabinet was announced on October 6, Forssell was appointed as Chief of Staff to Prime Minister Fredrik Reinfeldt.
Following the 2006 Swedish elections which saw the victory of the centre-right coalition of Fredrik Reinfeldt, Malmström returned to Sweden to take up the job of Minister for European Affairs in Reinfeldt's cabinet on 6 October 2006.

Reinfeldt and within
However, following a change of leadership in 1999 and a bad result in the 2002 election, Reinfeldt gradually gained influence within the Moderate Party.
After this, Reinfeldt toned down his criticism, but was ostracized within the Moderate Party and not given any important posts until after the change of leadership when Lundgren succeeded Bildt in 1999.
A short time after the e-mail campaign, images that depicted Reinfeldt and the Moderate Party in an unflattering light were spread internally within the Social Democratic Party and subsequently leaked to the media.

Reinfeldt and Moderate
This was seen by many as a somewhat surprising move, because Bildt had already served both as Prime Minister and as leader of the Moderate Party and the previous conflict between Bildt and Reinfeldt.
Filippa Reinfeldt, wife of Fredrik Reinfeldt ( the current Swedish Prime Minister and leader of the Moderate Party ), had been mayor of Täby for a long time, until Jan Rosenberg, of the Moderate Party, became the current mayor of Täby Municipality.
The current Prime Minister of Sweden is Fredrik Reinfeldt, leader of the Moderate Party.
* 2006 -: Part of a four-party coalition government under Moderate Party leader Fredrik Reinfeldt.
John Fredrik Reinfeldt ( pronounced ; born 4 August 1965 ) has been Prime Minister of Sweden since 2006 and is chairman of the liberal conservative Moderate Party since 2003.
A native of Stockholm County, Reinfeldt joined the Moderate Youth League in 1983, and by 1992 had risen to the rank of chairman, a position he held until 1995.
After the 2010 election Reinfeldt's government was reduced to a minority government but also becoming the first centre-right government since before World War II to be re-elected, making Reinfeldt the first Moderate politician elected to two consecutive terms as Prime Minister.
Reinfeldt joined the Moderate Youth Leaguethe youth wing of the Swedish Moderate Party — in 1983 at the age of 18.
In 1990, he became chairman of the Moderate Youth League in Stockholm, and in 1991 Reinfeldt was elected a member of the Riksdag — the Swedish Parliament.
From 1992 to 1995, Reinfeldt was the chairman of the Moderate Youth League.
In 1995, Reinfeldt co-authored the book " Nostalgitrippen " ( The Nostalgic Trip ), which described several persons in the Moderate Party leadership, including Gunnar Hökmark and Bo Lundgren, as " Carl Bildt-lookalikes.
On 14 February 1995, Reinfeldt was called to a meeting of the Moderate Party's Riksdag group, which took place in the former second chamber () of the Swedish parliament building, a meeting where Bildt apparently scolded him for hours.

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