When the Riksdag today opened for the autumn, Prime Minister Stefan Löfven (S) began by thanking all parliamentary parties for good cooperation during the crisis. The Prime Minister spoke of continued political cooperation between the parties, but at the same time it is clear that the peace that prevailed earlier during the pandemic has broken.
Ekot’s political commentator Fredrik Furtenbach says that the government declaration did not contain any news.
– It was a news-poor government declaration without new concrete proposals, but it differs greatly from how it has sounded before, says Furtenbach and continues:
– The message was partly that we should continue to stick together and cooperate in politics and partly that we should invest more in school care and care now that there is a crisis. Both are hopes from Löfven’s side because there is as much fighting now as before the pandemic in domestic politics.
Nor with regard to foreign and security policy did the government declaration contain any changes to current policies.
– It was a repetition of previous standard formulations, says Fredrik Furtenbach.
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sumber: BERITA ICELAND