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Branting III Cabinet

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The third cabinet of Hjalmar Branting was the cabinet of Sweden between 14 October 1924 and 24 February 1925.

When the cabinet of Trygger resigned on 14 October 1924, Hjalmar Branting took office as prime minister for the third time. Due to health reasons, the government was changed on 24 February 1925 to the cabinet of Rickard Sandler.


After an even election result in the general election, 1921 the Swedish Social Democratic Party got 104 seats in the Riksdag, but the Right party and the Farmers' League did also increased theirs. Both sides took votes from the liberals. King Gustaf V had tried to ask Carl Gustaf Ekman to form a government based on the Right party, but without success. He then turned to Hjalmar Branting, whom declared that he would form a social democratic government, not a coalition government. After many discussions, the party formed a cabinet, with newer and younger names as ministers, excluding older and more known names.

The government decreased the fundings of the [[Swedish Armed Forces|defence

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