The cabinet of Fredrik Reinfeldt (Swedish: Regeringen Reinfeldt) was the cabinet of Sweden from 2006 to 2014. It was a coalition cabinet consisting of the four parties in the centre-right Alliance for Sweden: the Moderate Party, Centre Party, Liberal People's Party and the Christian Democrats.
|Fredrik Reinfeldt's cabinet|
52nd Cabinet of Sweden
|Date formed||6 October 2006|
|Date dissolved||3 October 2014|
|People and organisations|
|Head of state||Carl XVI Gustaf|
|Head of government||Fredrik Reinfeldt|
|Deputy head of government||Maud Olofsson (2006-2010)|
Jan Björklund (2010-2014)
|No. of ministers||25|
|Member party||Moderate Party|
Liberal People's Party
|Status in legislature||Coalition majority government (2006-2010)|
Coalition minority government (2010-2014)
The cabinet was installed on 6 October 2006, following the 2006 general election which ousted the Social Democrats after twelve years in power. It retained power after the 2010 general election as a minority government, and was the longest-serving consecutive non-social democratic government since the cabinet of Erik Gustaf Boström in 1900. It was led by Prime Minister Fredrik Reinfeldt of the Moderate Party.