The Swedish Riksdag (Riksdagen in Swedish) is the national legislature of Sweden. The Swedish Riksdag is a unicameral legislature consisting of 349 elected members, serving fixed four year terms. The Swedish Riksdag meets in Stockholm at the Parliament House (Riksdagshuset in Swedish), convening for regular sessions throughout the year.

Political parties remain very strong in Sweden, with members of each party seldom crossing party lines or breaking from party ranks during parliamentary votes. Since 1968 no single party has maintained a majority in the Riksdag, which leads to forming a coalition government based on different party alliances (government and opposition). Currently, two major alliances exists in the Swedish Parliament—the socialist/ green Red-Greens, and the conservative/ liberal Alliance for Sweden. The Red-Greens consist of the Social Democrats, the Green Party, (with support of the Left Party), while the Alliance for Sweden includes the Moderate Party, Liberal Party, Centre Party, and the Christian Democrats. Additionally, the Sweden Democrats have a significant presence, along with a few independent members of parliament.

In the current structure of alliance government the Social Democrats hold 113 seats, with the Green Party holding 25, as well as a 21 seats from the supporting Left Party. The opposition is led by the Moderate Party holding 83 seats, the Centre party with 22 seats, the Liberals with 19 seats, and the Christian Democrats with 16 seats. Other opposition includes the Sweden Democrats holding 46 seats, and independents maintaining 4 seats.

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