Elections were held in Sweden on 11 September. The final election results have now been established and the distribution of the 349 seats in the Riksdag between the eight parties that received at least four per cent of the votes in the 2022 parliamentary election is completed.
There are 349 seats in the Riksdag to be distributed among the parties. The number of seats each party receives should be in proportion to the number of votes the party has received in the parliamentary elections. The main rule is that a particular party must receive at least four per cent of the votes in order to enter the Riksdag.
Distribution of seats in the Riksdag after the 2022 elections
The distribution of seats below shows how the Riksdag's 349 seats are to be distributed among the parties after the 2022 elections.
- Social Democratic Party (SocDem) 107 seats
- Sweden Democrats (SweDem) 73 seats
- Moderate Party (Mod) 68 seats
- Left Party (Lft) 24 seats
- Centre Party (Cen) 24 seats
- Christian Democrats (ChrDem) 19 seats
- Green Party (Grn) 18 seats
- Liberal Party (Lib) 16 seats
Roll-call and the opening of the Riksdag session
The new Riksdag will meet for the first time at a roll-call on Monday 26 September. After that, the Riksdag will elect a Speaker and Deputy Speakers for the 2022–2026 electoral period. The official ceremony for the opening of the Riksdag session will take place on 27 September.