Kommuner i Sverige

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Sveriges inddeling i län og kommuner

Sverige er inddelt i 290 kommuner, fordelt på landets 21 län. I Sverige er der en ensartet kommunetype, uden rangordning eller særlige privilegier. Sammenlignet med kommuner internationalt er de svenske store af areal og omfatter almindeligvis både by- og landområder. Hovedbyen i en kommune kaldes centralort på svensk.

Den svenske kommunallov fra 1992 beskriver hvilke opgaver, kommunerne varetager. En kommune dannes ved beslutning af regeringen, og i denne beslutning fastslås også kommunens navn, mens kommunens våben derimod siden 1970'erne har været besluttet af kommunen selv.

Hver kommune har en folkevalgt forsamling kaldet kommunfullmäktige (kommunalfuldmægtige, svarende til kommunalbestyrelserne i Danmark), der træffer beslutninger om kommunale spørgsmål. Desuden vælger medlemmerne af kommunalfuldmægtige en kommunstyrelse, der leder kommunens arbejde. De kommunale opgaverne er for størstedelens vedkommende bestemt af kommunalloven og finansieres af kommuneskat, afgifter og statsbidrag. Kommunale beslutninger kan ankes gennem laglighetsprövning (lovlighedsretssag) eller förvaltningsbesvär (forvaltningsklage).

Visse kommuner, særligt større, kan have kommundelsnämnd (kommunedelsnævn), områdesnämnd (områdenævn) eller stadsdelsnämnd (bydelsnævn). Alle kommuner skal endvidere være inddelt i församlinger (sogne), der spiller en vis rolle ved folketælling og valg. Der er i alt 2.512 församlinger i Sverige.

Sveriges kommuner fordelt på län

Ifølge Nationalencyklopedins (1993) artikel Kommunalval har Sverige 13.526 kommunalbestyrelsespladser.

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Blekinge vapen.svg
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Individual representations of a coat of arms, drawn from a blazon, may have a copyright belonging to the artist, but are not necessarily derivative works.
Västra Götaland vapen.svg
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Individual representations of a coat of arms, drawn from a blazon, may have a copyright belonging to the artist, but are not necessarily derivative works.
Värmland vapen.svg
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Individual representations of a coat of arms, drawn from a blazon, may have a copyright belonging to the artist, but are not necessarily derivative works.
Gävleborg län vapen.svg
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Individual representations of a coat of arms, drawn from a blazon, may have a copyright belonging to the artist, but are not necessarily derivative works.
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Individual representations of a coat of arms, drawn from a blazon, may have a copyright belonging to the artist, but are not necessarily derivative works.
Östergötland vapen.svg
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Individual representations of a coat of arms, drawn from a blazon, may have a copyright belonging to the artist, but are not necessarily derivative works.
Norrbotten län vapen.svg
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Individual representations of a coat of arms, drawn from a blazon, may have a copyright belonging to the artist, but are not necessarily derivative works.
Södermanland vapen.svg
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Individual representations of a coat of arms, drawn from a blazon, may have a copyright belonging to the artist, but are not necessarily derivative works.
Kronoberg vapen.svg
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Individual representations of a coat of arms, drawn from a blazon, may have a copyright belonging to the artist, but are not necessarily derivative works.
Jönköping län vapen.svg
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Individual representations of a coat of arms, drawn from a blazon, may have a copyright belonging to the artist, but are not necessarily derivative works.
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Counties and municipalities of Sweden 2007. Note that Heby municipality now is part of Uppsala county. For info on how to easiest edit the map see SWE-Map Documentation
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Individual representations of a coat of arms, drawn from a blazon, may have a copyright belonging to the artist, but are not necessarily derivative works.
Jämtland län vapen.svg
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This coat of arms was drawn based on its blazon which – being a written description – is free from copyright. Any illustration conforming with the blazon of the arms is considered to be heraldically correct. Thus several different artistic interpretations of the same coat of arms can exist. The design officially used by the armiger is likely protected by copyright, in which case it cannot be used here.
Individual representations of a coat of arms, drawn from a blazon, may have a copyright belonging to the artist, but are not necessarily derivative works.
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Individual representations of a coat of arms, drawn from a blazon, may have a copyright belonging to the artist, but are not necessarily derivative works.
Stockholm län vapen.svg
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Individual representations of a coat of arms, drawn from a blazon, may have a copyright belonging to the artist, but are not necessarily derivative works.
Dalarna vapen.svg
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Individual representations of a coat of arms, drawn from a blazon, may have a copyright belonging to the artist, but are not necessarily derivative works.
Uppland vapen.svg
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Individual representations of a coat of arms, drawn from a blazon, may have a copyright belonging to the artist, but are not necessarily derivative works.
Skåne län vapen.svg
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Individual representations of a coat of arms, drawn from a blazon, may have a copyright belonging to the artist, but are not necessarily derivative works.
Gotland vapen.svg
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Individual representations of a coat of arms, drawn from a blazon, may have a copyright belonging to the artist, but are not necessarily derivative works.
Halland vapen.svg
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This coat of arms was drawn based on its blazon which – being a written description – is free from copyright. Any illustration conforming with the blazon of the arms is considered to be heraldically correct. Thus several different artistic interpretations of the same coat of arms can exist. The design officially used by the armiger is likely protected by copyright, in which case it cannot be used here.
Individual representations of a coat of arms, drawn from a blazon, may have a copyright belonging to the artist, but are not necessarily derivative works.