It has now been established how the Riksdag's 349 seats shall be distributed among the eight parties after the 2018 general election. Of the members elected to the new Riksdag, 54 per cent are men and 46 per cent are women. The youngest member is 22 years old, and the oldest is 85. There are 349 seats in the Riksdag altogether. The number of seats a party receives is in proportion to the number of votes the party received in the elections to the Riksdag.Distribution of seats in the Riksdag after the 2018 electionThe distribution of seats below shows how the Riksdag's 349 seats are to be distributed among the parties after the 2018 election. • Social Democratic Party (SocDem), 100 seats• Moderate Party (Mod), 70 seats• Sweden Democrats (SweDem), 62 seats• Centre Party (Cen), 31 seats• Left Party (Lft), 28 seats• Christian Democrats (ChrDem), 22 seats• Liberal Party (Lib), 20 seats• Green Party (Grn), 16 seats Final election result on the Election Authority website Members of the Riksdag elected after the 2018 election Of the 349 members elected, 188 are men (approx. 54 per cent) and 161 are women (approx. 46 per cent). After the previous parliamentary election in 2014, 56.4 per cent were men and 43.6 per cent women. The youngest member was born in 1996 and the oldest in 1933. 108 members have been elected for the first time, 230 have been re-elected from the electoral period which is soon coming to an end and 11 have been members of the Riksdag or alternate members some time during an earlier electoral period. Roll-call and official ceremony for the opening The new Riksdag will meet for a roll-call on Monday 24 September. After that, the Riksdag will elect a Speaker and three Deputy Speakers for the 2018-2022 electoral period. The official ceremony for the opening of the Riksdag session will take place on 25 September.