Niklas Åke Wykman (born 10 March 1981 in Kalmar) is a Swedish politician and former chairman of the Moderate Youth League, the youth wing of the Swedish liberal-conservative Moderate Party. Wykman joined the Moderate Youth League in 1997 and was also chairman of the Moderate School Youth (Swedish: Moderat skolungdom) from 2000 to 2001. He was elected new chairman of the Moderate Youth League at its congress in Sollentuna on November 25, 2006, winning over the election committee's candidate Mattias Thorsson with the votes 63–49.

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  • Niklas Åke Wykman (born 10 March 1981 in Kalmar) is a Swedish politician and former chairman of the Moderate Youth League, the youth wing of the Swedish liberal-conservative Moderate Party. Wykman joined the Moderate Youth League in 1997 and was also chairman of the Moderate School Youth (Swedish: Moderat skolungdom) from 2000 to 2001. He was elected new chairman of the Moderate Youth League at its congress in Sollentuna on November 25, 2006, winning over the election committee's candidate Mattias Thorsson with the votes 63–49. Until being elected chairman of the Moderate Youth League, Wykman was a student of mathematical statistics at Stockholm University and worked as a team leader at a call centre. During the 2003 referendum on Sweden adopting the Euro as their currency Wykman worked for the center-right No-campaign Medborgare mot EMU. (en)
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  • Niklas Åke Wykman (born 10 March 1981 in Kalmar) is a Swedish politician and former chairman of the Moderate Youth League, the youth wing of the Swedish liberal-conservative Moderate Party. Wykman joined the Moderate Youth League in 1997 and was also chairman of the Moderate School Youth (Swedish: Moderat skolungdom) from 2000 to 2001. He was elected new chairman of the Moderate Youth League at its congress in Sollentuna on November 25, 2006, winning over the election committee's candidate Mattias Thorsson with the votes 63–49. (en)
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