Jennie Åfeldt

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Jennie Åfeldt
Member of the Riksdag
In office
26 September 2014 – 9 September 2018
ConstituencyMalmö Municipality
Assumed office
9 September 2018
ConstituencySkåne Southern
Personal details
Born (1974-08-30) 30 August 1974 (age 47)
Bromölla, Skåne County, Sweden
Political partySweden Democrats

Jennie Linda Marie Åfeldt (born August 30, 1974) is a Swedish politician who has served in the Riksdag since 2014 as a member of the Sweden Democrats.

In parliament, Åfeldt has sat on the Committee on the Environment, Public Health and Consumer Policy and the Social Affairs Committee. Along with fellow SD politician Christina Östberg, she has campaigned for drug reform and tough policies against substance addiction.[1] In 2015, Åfeldt was a victim of identity theft and compromised parliamentary security when a perpetrator broke into her hotel room in Malmö and stole all of her identification documents.[2]


  1. ^ ut, Debatt5 november 2020 kl 3:00 | 0 kommentarer Skriv (November 5, 2020). "SD-ledamöter: Sverige måste reformera narkotikapolitiken". Altinget: vård och hälsa.
  2. ^ "SD-ledamot id-kapad – tvingas betala 86 000". Aftonbladet.

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