Erik Ullenhag

Erik Jörgen Carl Ullenhag ( born July 20, 1972 in Uppsala ) is a Swedish politician of the liberal Folkpartiet nutrition (FP, German People's Party Liberals ) and since October 5, 2010 Integration Minister in the government of Fredrik Reinfeldt.

Curriculum vitae

Erik Ullenhag was born in 1972 in Uppsala. He studied political science in 1992 for one year at the University of Uppsala. In 1993 he studied for a year at the University of Marseille and French in 1996 at the Minnesota Law School in the U.S.. In 1998 he received his Master of Law at the University of Uppsala. 2002 he also completed a business education.

From 1989 to 2002 Ullenhag was a member of the City Council of Uppsala. He did his military service in 1992 as a paramedic and worked from 1993 to 1997, part-time at an unemployment insurance. Between 1997 and 1999, was President of the Ullenhag Liberala Ungdomsförbundet, the Young Party of the Liberal People's Party. 1999 he also worked on the party office of the Liberal People's Party. From 1999 to 2001, Erik Ullenhag law clerk at the District Court Linköping and from 2001 to 2002, he worked as a secretary in the Department of Foreign Affairs of Sweden. He was elected to the Swedish Parliament in 2002 and was there among other things to a member of the Committee on new work and leisure models. 2002 to 2006 he was also chairman of the local People's Party of Uppsala. From 2006 to 2010 was Ullenhag member of the party leadership of the liberal Folkspartiet nutrition and 2009-2010 again member of the Reichstag. Since 2010 Ullenhag is deputy chairman of the People's Party, the Liberals and he was appointed by Fredrik Reinfeldt on Sweden's Integration Minister in the labor department on October 5, 2010.