"While about 30 per cent of Swedish households live in rental units, the corresponding figure in the government is only 4 per cent – which consists of the minister of social affairs Lena Hallengren (S), reports Hyresgästföreningens journal Home & Rent."
"the Newspaper has asked all members of the council about their accommodation preferences and double checked against the population registry. 14 of the 23 ministers, living in a detached house or villa while 6 owning a condominium. Peter Eriksson (MP), minister for international development cooperation and former minister of housing, lives on a farm, and prime minister Stefan Löfven (S) is written in tjänstebostaden in Sagerska house."
"Åsa Lindhagen (MP) is the minister with responsibility for among other things work against segregation. She is written in a condominium."
"Of the 23 ministers respond at the same time, 22 they at some time lived in the tenancy. The one who has not done it is Per Bolund (MP) – which by chance is the minister with responsibility for housing issues."