Linköping. On Sunday morning, the Liberals’ national meeting approved the formation of the new party’s board of directors, fully in line with the Election Commission’s proposal.
In addition to Climate and Environment Minister Romina Pourmokhtari moving from an assistant position in her role as minister to a regular member, the new names are Hendrik Andersson (leader of the Liberal group in Boden), Sarah Gunnarsson (regional councilor in Värmland), and Cecilia Rohn (member). Parliament), and Malin Sjoberg Högerel (Regional Councilor in Uppsala).
The current party board members allowed to leave are climate policy spokeswoman Helena Gellerman and municipal and regional politicians Eva Jolene Dombro, Pár Lofstrand and Maria Mattsson Mall.
Helena Gellermann had hoped to stay, but she understands the outcome from several perspectives.
– I want to stay. But I was selected based on, among other things, my business experience, technical knowledge, and specific knowledge of climate and infrastructure issues. Now Minister of Climate and Environment Romina Pourmokhtari has been included in the party’s board of directors, which I think is a good decision. It is also part of a larger flow of information on climate and environmental issues, Gellermann tells Alting in Landsmötet.
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