The Social Democrats’ quick decisions in the NATO issue
The question of a Swedish application to the military alliance NATO has also characterized this week and the speed, not least with regard to the Social Democrats’ decision on a yes or no to NATO membership, has been pushed up further.
At the same time as both Prime Minister Magdalena Andersson and Foreign Minister Ann Linde have visited a number of world leaders this week, the Social Democratic internal security policy dialogue for the party’s elected representatives and other members is ongoing.
A sham democratic process means some critical Social Democrats, while others look forward to reaching a decision on whether Sweden should abandon the freedom of alliance or not.
Meeting inflation after the pandemic – how good are hybrid meetings?
The pandemic has affected many parts of our everyday lives and one of them is the meeting culture. We have had to hold meetings on digital platforms, without meeting in real life.
Now many have started to return to their jobs at the same time as we have become accustomed to working from home to a greater extent, which creates semi-digital meetings – so-called hybrid meetings.
The digital meeting culture during the pandemic has also meant that we now spend even more time on meetings and have fewer breaks between them.
Finland and the NATO issue
On Thursday, Finnish President Sauli Niinistö will announce his position on the NATO issue, and on Saturday, the Social Democrats will publicly decide the course.
But even now, both NATO advocates and critics have agreed that Finland will apply for membership in NATO.
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Source: ICELAND NEWS