Talk:Swedish Social Democratic Party

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Lost its place as leading party?[edit]

The article says:

When this did not work any longer in the early 90's, the party was blamed for irresponsibility and between 1991-1994 lost its place as leading party of Sweden.

But Elections_in_Sweden states that the party had 37.6% of the votes in 1991 voted Social Democrats, whereas the second party, the Moderate Party, had only 21.9%. What is meant by 'lost its place as leading party'? I replaced leading by governing. If this is incorrect, please explain what is. Gerrit CUTEDH 11:17, 13 Jun 2005 (UTC)

Good point. In 1991, four right/center parties formed a coalition government with a total of 46.6 % of votes, with Carl Bildt , from Moderaterna , as prime mininster. So the social democrats lost their place as governing party of Sweden. So you are correct in the change. --Fred-Chess 12:55, 13 Jun 2005 (UTC)

Name Grammar[edit]

Originally "Arbetarepartiet–Socialdemokraterna ('The Workers' Party – The Social Democrats')" was "Arbetarepartiet–Socialdemokraterna ('Workers' Party – Social Democrats')." I changed it so that the English translation is in the definite as well. I am not a Swedish native speaker, so I just want to make sure this is okay.

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