Tag: The Left

  • The share of women among the candidates in the 2023 parliamentary elections is 42.9 percent

    The share of women among the candidates in the 2023 parliamentary elections is 42.9 percent

    The growth of women’s participation in parliamentary elections began in the 1970s, when the percentage of female candidates exceeded 40% for the first time in the 1991 elections. Since then, the percentage has hovered around 40 percent for a long time, but now it has crossed the threshold for the 2019 and 2023 elections. The […]

  • HS: Basic Finns and social democrats are behind the coalition

    HS: Basic Finns and social democrats are behind the coalition

    However, the right-wing opposition party has a 1.5-point lead over both the Basic Finns and the SDP. The support of basic Finns fell by 0.7 points to 19.3 percent between July 2022 and February 2023 after an improved opinion poll. Support for the Social Democrats, on the other hand, rose by 0.1 points to 19.3 […]

  • Kurvinen is “proud” of the claim that meat producers are secretly supported

    Kurvinen is “proud” of the claim that meat producers are secretly supported

    Minister of Agriculture and Forestry Antti Kurvinen (Keskus) told Ilkka-Pohjalainen last week that he is still against raising fees in the current economic situation and admitted that they will have to be raised at some point. “We are not burdening the profitability of these struggling farms with additional fees,” he stated. The stewards of the […]

  • 20 years since the Iraq war, the transformation of the world economy and the prosecution of Trump

    20 years since the Iraq war, the transformation of the world economy and the prosecution of Trump

    Hour 1: What is happening to the world economy? Demand for help for the most affected in Sweden Massive protests from the left in France The deadly attack on Malmö Latin has further made Swedish schools think about security Columnist Göran Rosenberg The panel Hour 1: 20 years since the invasion of Iraq – reportage […]

  • The Ministry of Labor is investigating the possibilities of shortening working hours

    The Ministry of Labor is investigating the possibilities of shortening working hours

    The UK recently concluded a six-month trial of the four-day working week, involving nearly 3,000 workers and dozens of employers across a range of industries. More than 90 percent, or 56, of the 61 companies that participated said they intended to continue implementing the shorter work week after the trial, and 18 said the shift […]

  • The current government coalition cannot continue after the elections, Saarikko states

    The current government coalition cannot continue after the elections, Saarikko states

    “Some hope that it would be so, others warn that it could. I think it’s fair for the voters to say that’s not going to happen.” In a social media post, Saarikko explained that the five parties are simply too far apart in terms of economic policy – ​​especially since rejuvenating the national coalition is […]

  • 23 percent of Finns favor the formation of the coalition and the Basic Finns government

    23 percent of Finns favor the formation of the coalition and the Basic Finns government

    Desires as the basis for forming a government. The figure shows the percentage of respondents who believe that one party should be the leading party and the other party the governing party. Photo: EVA’s Values ​​and Attitudes survey. 19 percent of the respondents wanted a government formed by the SDP and the Coalition, while 10 […]

  • Young adults underrepresented in candidate selection – in the spring 2023 parliamentary elections, only 10.7% of the candidates are under 30 years old

    Young adults underrepresented in candidate selection – in the spring 2023 parliamentary elections, only 10.7% of the candidates are under 30 years old

    Although the number of young candidates has slightly increased since the 2019 parliamentary elections, where there were 259 candidates under the age of 30 (10.5% of all candidates), only eight of them (4% of all elected) managed to get a seat. in the parliament. In the 2023 parliamentary elections, the Greens have nominated the most […]

  • Parliament approved Finland’s NATO membership by 184-7 votes

    Parliament approved Finland’s NATO membership by 184-7 votes

    Six parliamentarians from the Left Alliance, one of the governing parties, voted against joining NATO.

  • HS: The national coalition sees the lead shrinking, the difference between the three leading parties is 2.1 points

    HS: The national coalition sees the lead shrinking, the difference between the three leading parties is 2.1 points

    Basic Finns are predicted to get 20 percent and Social Democrats 19.2 percent of the votes, according to the survey. Kokooma’s support has decreased by about three percentage points since last spring. The popularity of basic Finns has increased by more than five points compared to last summer under the leadership of the chairman. Riikka […]

  • The office of the Left Alliance party was evacuated after a suspicious package was found: Investigation underway

    The office of the Left Alliance party was evacuated after a suspicious package was found: Investigation underway

    However, sending such an item is a terrible interference in elections and a weakening of democracy. It also wastes law enforcement resources, as a large number of rescue personnel and police had to be sent to the scene,” commented the party secretary of the Left Alliance. Mäkipää. The investigation of the target continues and the […]

  • The police are checking the suspicious packages found at the parties’ headquarters

    The police are checking the suspicious packages found at the parties’ headquarters

    Packages resembling explosives were found in the party offices of the Left Alliance and the Christian Democrats, but they were found to be harmless, according to the police.

  • Finland’s parliamentary parties agree on moving NATO legislation forward

    Finland’s parliamentary parties agree on moving NATO legislation forward

    The Left Alliance was the only party that opposed the change, which could mean Finland and Sweden joining the military alliance at different times.

  • Another government proposal was changed due to opposition from the centre

    As a result, the Greens, the Left Alliance, the Social Democrats and the Swedish People’s Party attached a dissenting opinion to the statement, which was forwarded to the Parliament’s Constitutional Law Committee. The committee will use the opinion as a basis for its own opinion on the bill, which is scheduled to be introduced and […]

  • Billion project could send cars underground in Copenhagen

    Billion project could send cars underground in Copenhagen

    Solution 1 in the leadAccording to TV2 Kosmopollocal politicians are currently considering two options for the so-called ‘The Green Boulevard’ project. Solution 1 consists of two short tunnels without exits – a tunnel from Bispeengbuen to Bysøerne and a tunnel from Jarmers Plads to Rysensteensgade (just before Langebro Bridge). Solution 2 is more extensive and […]

  • Hands off our holiday: ‘Uncharacteristic nine’ presents alternative ways to fund the defense settlement

    Hands off our holiday: ‘Uncharacteristic nine’ presents alternative ways to fund the defense settlement

    The opposition has spoken. But before we study what they have said, let us consider who the opposition is in Danish politics today. The opposition are as wide-ranging parties as the ultra-left Enhedslisten and the hard-right New Citizens and the Danish Democrats, as contradictory as the environmentally conscious Alternative and economic pragmatists Liberal Alliance, and […]

  • HS: Basic Finns take second place after the Kokoomus

    HS: Basic Finns take second place after the Kokoomus

    The support of basic Finns has risen steadily, vote after vote, since July. Sakari NurmelaKantar Public’s head of research said the party will have to work hard to mobilize its supporters on election day as it has the majority of voters who polled abstained from voting in the 2021 local elections. “How well this mobilization […]

  • Liberals severely criticized by the blue colleagues after the revival of the quota refugee system

    Liberals severely criticized by the blue colleagues after the revival of the quota refugee system

    A huge turnaround has angered several political parties. Five days before the parliamentary elections on November 1, Venstre (V) representatives said that Denmark’s borders should not be opened for quota refugees. But now the SVM government led by Prime Minister Mette Frederiksen has proposed to accept 500 quota refugees per year. – It is a […]

  • YLE: The Coalition’s lead over the Social Democrats shrinks from 7 points to 4 points

    YLE: The Coalition’s lead over the Social Democrats shrinks from 7 points to 4 points

    Last month, the coalition received wide publicity for the charges brought against Wille Rydman (NCP), a 36-year-old second-term member of parliament from Helsinki. The party’s leadership announced a few days later that it had lost confidence in the legislator, which is why he resigned from the parliamentary and council group in Helsinki. Jussi WestinenThe research […]

  • Nooshi Dadgostar (V) speaks in Almedalen

    Nooshi Dadgostar (V) speaks in Almedalen

    The Left Party’s party leader Nooshi Dadgostar spoke in Almedalen in Visby on Monday night. Earlier in the day, she emphasized that V is going to the polls to allow the state and the municipalities to have greater influence over the school than today. Prohibition of profits and more money for schools in less well-off […]

  • The Minister of Finance meets with the press before the budget vote

    The Minister of Finance meets with the press before the budget vote

    Today, the Riksdag votes on the spring budget, but it is still unclear which alternative will win, or even how many will be voted on. Minister of Finance Mikael Damberg holds a press conference ahead of the decisive vote in the Riksdag to tell how the government plans to get its budget through. Listen to […]

  • The Swedish Pensions Agency’s Daniel Barr: The pension group has served Sweden well

    The Swedish Pensions Agency’s Daniel Barr: The pension group has served Sweden well

    The Riksdag will soon make a decision on pensions and the Swedish Pensions Agency’s Director General Daniel Barr is strongly critical of the proposal from the government. The proposal, which is presented together with the Left Party and the Green Party, applies to guarantee supplements for the pensioners with the lowest income. According to Daniel […]

  • The Swedish Pensions Agency’s Daniel Barr: The pension group has served Sweden well

    The Swedish Pensions Agency’s Daniel Barr: The pension group has served Sweden well

    Pensions are expected to be a major issue in the autumn elections. At the same time, the Swedish Pensions Agency’s Director General Daniel Barr strongly criticizes the Government’s proposal for a guarantee supplement for the pensioners with the lowest income. According to Daniel Barr, the proposal, which is presented together with the Left Party and […]

  • Danes are predominantly in favor of abolishing the Danish Defense Reserve

    Danes are predominantly in favor of abolishing the Danish Defense Reserve

    Three parties againstThe primary reason for doubt is lack of knowledge on the subject and uncertainty about what Denmark will gain by abolishing the Defense Reserve. Another concern is that Denmark may find itself in military operations in which it does not wish to participate. If you look at the political spectrum, the only three […]

  • HS: The national coalition maintains a nice lead in the poll

    HS: The national coalition maintains a nice lead in the poll

    Although the National Coalition Party failed to make a profit from the previous poll, it increased its leadership at the top of the poll, with Social Democrat support falling 0.8 points (18.7%). The popularity of basic Finns increased by 1.2 points to 15.4 per cent, which is a sign of a downward trend that began […]

  • HS Poll: NCP is still Finland’s most popular party

    HS Poll: NCP is still Finland’s most popular party

    The center-right opposition party, the Coalition Party (NCP), has maintained its position as Finland’s most popular party, according to a recent poll by Finland’s largest newspaper, Helsingin Sanomat. A poll released on Wednesday showed NCP support of 24.1 percent, the same as in the previous poll. prime minister Sanna Marinin The SDP ranked second in […]

  • Parliament approved the NATO application in a historic vote

    Parliament approved the NATO application in a historic vote

    On Tuesday, Finnish MPs approved a decision to apply for membership of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) by 188 votes to 8. Three MPs were abstained. On Sunday, the president Sauli Niinistö and the Prime Minister Sanna Marin (SDP) announced that Finland is aspiring to join the NATO Alliance. The matter then proceeded to […]

  • Nooshi Dadgostar (V): The analysis is too thin

    Nooshi Dadgostar (V): The analysis is too thin

    This week it will be decided whether Sweden will take a historic step into NATO after Russia’s invasion of Ukraine. But the Left Party believes that our security is damaged by NATO membership. What are the party’s security policy alternatives to NATO? Today, the Left Party’s party leader Nooshi Dadgostar is a guest in the […]

  • Nooshi Dadgostar (V): The threat to Sweden can increase if we join NATO

    Nooshi Dadgostar (V): The threat to Sweden can increase if we join NATO

    On the same day that Nooshi Dadgostar is interviewed in Ekot’s Saturday interview, May 13, the government and the representatives of the parliamentary parties have presented it security policy analysis which will form the basis for the decision on whether Sweden will join NATO. Nooshi Dadgostar thinks that the analysis is too thin and lacks […]

  • YLE: More than three-quarters of Finns support Finland’s accession to NATO

    YLE: More than three-quarters of Finns support Finland’s accession to NATO

    The proportion of opponents of membership has fallen from 28% to 12% and the proportion of unsure respondents from 19% to 11%. If Sweden decided to apply for membership, the level of support would rise to 83%. Finland’s political leadership, which publicly expresses its support for membership, would have an almost similar effect and support […]

  • YLE: The Coalition Party’s support is falling from an all-time high

    YLE: The Coalition Party’s support is falling from an all-time high

    “The Coalition Party’s pro-NATO attitude boosted its support in a March poll. It is possible that the popularity will continue to reflect the party’s pro-NATO attitude, he told YLE. The party has managed to hold on to its core supporters, but has lost support from those who voted for the center, the Basic Finns, the […]

  • I-League: Gokulam Kerala threw NEROCA to extend the lead at the top

    I-League: Gokulam Kerala threw NEROCA to extend the lead at the top

    Kolkata (West Bengal) [India]May 4 (ANI): Gokulam Kerala’s invincible line continued as league leaders beat NEROCA FC 4-0, here at Naihati Stadium. The clinical finish combined with the opponents’ dissatisfaction helped Gokulam expand their lead at the top of the table. The top met the bottom when the first half got off to a very […]

  • Vote: 55% support for the Marin government, support for the SDP, Greens up

    Vote: 55% support for the Marin government, support for the SDP, Greens up

    The latest semi-annual survey, called the Party Barometer, shows stronger support from the Prime Minister Sanna MarinSDP and government partner with Greens compared to last fall. The majority of respondents, 55 per cent, said Marin’s five-party center-left government has done well or fairly well. At the same time, 37 percent were dissatisfied. Highest approval since […]

  • 402: Everything speaks against a referendum on NATO

    402: Everything speaks against a referendum on NATO

    The Left Party wants a referendum on NATO Nooshi Dadgostar thinks that voters are left out of the decision on NATO and therefore demands a referendum. Is it practically or politically possible? We sift and track. Ebba Busch’s statement raises debate The Christian Democrats’ party leader in the hot air or controversial statement in Ekot’s […]

  • HS: Almost two thirds of Finns want to join NATO

    HS: Almost two thirds of Finns want to join NATO

    The proportion of opponents of membership has fallen by four percentage points to 13 per cent and of those who disagree from 24 per cent to 22 per cent. According to the latest survey, women’s support for the Defense League has risen from 50 per cent to 59 per cent between mid-April and the end […]

  • I-League: Rajasthan United back to winning ways with clinical performance against NEROCA

    I-League: Rajasthan United back to winning ways with clinical performance against NEROCA

    Kolkata (West Bengal) [India]April 24 (ANI): Two goals in the second half for Rajasthan United against NEROCA FC were enough to end their unbeaten four matches, here at Naihati Stadium. A goal from Biswa Darjee immediately after the break and a late goal from Pedro Manzi got Rajasthan started with a winning start in phase […]

  • Lightning Handle Predators, 6-2

    Lightning Handle Predators, 6-2

    Steven Stamkos and Nikita Kucherov produced three-point games Saturday night as the Tampa Bay Lightning defeated the visiting Nashville Predators in a 6-2 victory. The Lightning captain and Kucherov each scored and two assists, with Kucherov finding the back of the net for the fifth straight game. Victor Hedman had a marker and an assistant, […]

  • Agnes Wold kills myths about your sleep

    Agnes Wold kills myths about your sleep

    Agnes Wold, professor of clinical bacteriology, addresses contemporary health issues together with host Christer Lundberg. Agnes Wold on sleep: This is how health is affected by working shifts and therefore it is good to “sleep on the thing”. Agnes thinks about whether it is best to sleep on the left or right side, and then […]

  • Sabuni’s sorti and the party leaders’ Instagram accounts

    Sabuni’s sorti and the party leaders’ Instagram accounts

    Nyamko Sabuni resigns close to an election. What does this mean? Our domestic policy reporter Lova Olsson gives us an analysis of a divided party with its own that leaks information and internal battles. One of the Social Democrats’ most sensitive topics right now is the NATO issue. The party has always been against NATO […]

  • YLE: Support for NATO membership in Finland rises to 62 per cent

    YLE: Support for NATO membership in Finland rises to 62 per cent

    Read more: Surveys reflect growing concern about Russia, public support for NATO in Finland (8.3.2022) YLE: Most Finns now support Finland’s accession to NATO (March 1, 2022) HS: Finns’ views on NATO affect Russia’s reaction (17 February 2022) HS: Resistance to NATO membership drops to record low in Finland (18.1.2022) The broadcaster previously surveyed the […]

  • I-League: NEROCA defeats TRAU 2-0 in the Imphal derby

    Kalyani (West Bengal) [India]March 8 (ANI): NEROCA FC defeated TRAU FC 2-0 to play the Imphal derby at Kalyani Stadium, here on Monday in the I-League. TRAU has not had a memorable season until now, with a draw against the Indian Arrows and a 3-1 loss against Sreenidi Deccan before this match. NEROCA FC, on […]

  • The party that defied its leader

    The party that defied its leader

    It will be a deep dive into what really happened when the left party went against its party leader and said no to 5,000 armor shots to Ukraine but quickly changed. Our domestic policy reporter Lova Olsson has been in the Riksdag and seen how doors were closed and v-members who refused to answer questions. […]

  • Vote: The Left Alliance is most in favor of a NATO referendum

    Vote: The Left Alliance is most in favor of a NATO referendum

    Of all the parties in the Parliament, the Left Alliance is the strongest supporter of voting for NATO membership, says the opinion poll STT. The agency e-mailed the leaders of nine political parties about their position on Finland’s accession to NATO. After Russia’s attack on Ukraine, public opinion seems to have turned behind seeking membership […]

  • The center is closer to Perussuomalainen in the HS survey

    The center is closer to Perussuomalainen in the HS survey

    The populist right-wing party dominated at one point more than 10 points ahead of the center. The Coalition Party and the Social Democrats are still Finland’s two most popular parties, with the former supported by 21.9 per cent (+0.5 pps) and the latter by 19.1 per cent (-0.2 pps). The National Alliance has remained at […]

  • HS: Finns’ views on NATO contributed to Russia’s reaction

    HS: Finns’ views on NATO contributed to Russia’s reaction

    The results show that the views of the political leadership, the President and the Prime Minister, have a significant impact on public views on the Defense League. In a poll commissioned last month by the newspaper, which did not specify the role of political leadership, support for membership was measured at 28%, the highest figure […]

  • Political savages and iconic clothing choices

    Political savages and iconic clothing choices

    Recently came the news that the Feminist Initiative wants to exclude Gudrun Schyman because she wants to start a new party. When Schyman was the leader of the Left Party, she herself chose to quit and become politically wild. Mikael Jansson, SD’s former party leader, resigned due to the NATO issue and Amineh Kakabaveh, former […]

  • MP poll: Russia’s threat has increased

    MP poll: Russia’s threat has increased

    According to Yle’s MP survey, most Finnish legislators believe that the threat to Russia has increased in recent months. Relations between Russia and the West have tightened since last year, as the build-up of Russian troops on Ukraine’s borders has raised fears of a resurgence of the conflict. At the same time, the debate on […]

  • Provincial elections: Preliminary results show NCP leadership

    Provincial elections: Preliminary results show NCP leadership

    The Coalition Party led the preliminary results of the Finnish council elections. The results of the advance ballot were announced shortly after the election closed at 8 p.m. The percentage of basic Finns was less than 10 per cent, while the Greens fell below the Left Alliance by sixth. These results include 26.4 per cent […]

  • YLE: The center wins, the Basic Finns lose their footing before the provincial elections

    YLE: The center wins, the Basic Finns lose their footing before the provincial elections

    The Coalition Party will remain quite comfortable on the pile with a 22.4 per cent support party at the source of the campaign to run before the elections on Sunday 23 January. The popularity of the Social Democratic Party fell 0.9 points to 18.0 percent, allowing for a fierce battle for second place between it […]

  • HS: Basic Finns have the most criminal candidates in the provincial elections

    HS: Basic Finns have the most criminal candidates in the provincial elections

    Candidates for basic Finnish council elections are most likely to have a criminal record analysis Helsingin Sanomat showed that in this year’s elections, candidates from all parties are less likely to have a criminal past than in last year’s municipal elections as a candidate. About 6.3 per cent of the candidates with the basic Finnish […]

  • Survey: Few believe that new regional governments will improve services

    Survey: Few believe that new regional governments will improve services

    Voting on new provincial powers, which oversee social, health and rescue services, will begin on Wednesday with extensive, long-planned administrative reform. sote). However, few Finns seem to be confident that the new structure will actually improve the availability and quality of these services. In a survey released by the Municipal Development Foundation on Sunday, only […]

  • The Ministry of Social Affairs and Health is proposing to move schools to distance learning

    The Ministry of Social Affairs and Health is proposing to move schools to distance learning

    “Today, we asked officials a question to the Ministerial Group on Social Affairs and Health about whether we should consider distance learning in schools so that we can promote the introduction of vaccines a little more,” he told the broadcaster. He recalled that the matter did not fall within the remit of the Social and […]

  • Worley wins the women’s giant slalom in Lienz before Vlhova

    BRATISLAVA, December 29 (Xinhua) – Two-time world champion in giant slalom Tessa Worley took the victory in her favorite branch of the FIS World Cup race in Lienz, Austria on Tuesday. The 32-year-old French alpine skier first finished ahead of the Slovak World Cup champion Petra Vlhova (+.30 seconds) and the Swedish winner of the […]

  • Christmas in Denmark: How to make … a Danish Christmas heart

    Christmas in Denmark: How to make … a Danish Christmas heart

    A Danish Christmas heart Colored paper (two colors work best) Scissors Optional: glue & glitter Optional: crayons and paint 1. Cut two paper ovals, each with two cuts as shown 2. Fold the ovals in half 3. Adjust each half as shown 4. Tissue the upper left strip along the body of the right heart […]

  • Voting: Less than half plan to vote in the provincial election

    Voting: Less than half plan to vote in the provincial election

    According to a study commissioned by the Fitness Foundation (KAKS), less than 40 percent of those eligible to vote could vote for members of the provincial assembly next month. From next year, Finnish health and social care providers will be under the control of the new county governments. Voters will go to the polls on […]

  • HS: The Coalition Party is leading, the Basic Finns and the Greens are taking a step back

    HS: The Coalition Party is leading, the Basic Finns and the Greens are taking a step back

    The popularity of the Social Democrats and Basic Finns decreased by 0.1 and 0.5 points, respectively. Reports from the Prime Minister Sanna MarinThe SDP’s evening after being told that he had come into contact with the coronavir virus carrier could affect the Social Democrats’ popularity. Sakari Nurmela, Kantar Research Director of TNS. The reports appeared […]

  • Finland chooses Lockheed Martin F-35A to replace obsolete fighters

    Finland chooses Lockheed Martin F-35A to replace obsolete fighters

    The EUR 10 billion acquisition is the largest material acquisition in Finnish history. highlighted Helsingin sanomat newspaper. Minister of Defense Antti Kaikkonen (Central) said on Friday that the F-35A offered the best military performance for the needs of the Finnish Defense Forces. He saw that the acquisition would have a significant impact on national defense […]

  • Basic Finns overtake the Social Democrats and rank second in a recent YLE poll

    Basic Finns overtake the Social Democrats and rank second in a recent YLE poll

    The support of basic Finns rose correspondingly from 17.9 per cent to 18.7 per cent and ranked second among the Social Democrats (18.3 per cent). On Thursday, YLE estimated that the wave of support from opposition parties may be due to the arrival of asylum seekers at the border between Belarus and Poland, the European […]

  • Right now: Prime Minister’s vote on Magdalena Andersson – again

    Right now: Prime Minister’s vote on Magdalena Andersson – again

    The second prime ministerial vote on Magdalena Andersson (S) in the Riksdag is now beginning. Several members of the Riksdag will cast their explanations of vote before the actual vote. Annie Lööf (C) talks about a collaboration in the middle and that the alliance rules in many municipalities and regions. “It would be devastating for […]

  • The Swedish Parliament will vote on Magdalena Andersson’s Prime Minister

    The Swedish Parliament will vote on Magdalena Andersson’s Prime Minister

    Photo: Focus.ua Sweden’s Riksdag convenes today to vote on the election of Magdalena Andersson as Prime Minister. Andersson made headlines when she was elected Sweden’s first female prime minister on Wednesday. She resigned on the same day as her coalition government collapsed after the Riksdag rejected the budget that Andersson’s Social Democratic Party and the […]

  • Hear Martin Ådahl (C) about the Center Party’s decision in Ekot’s Saturday interview

    Hear Martin Ådahl (C) about the Center Party’s decision in Ekot’s Saturday interview

    This week, the government’s budget fell in the Riksdag’s vote. That the Center Party did not vote for the budget should not have surprised the Social Democrats and the Green Party This is the opinion of Martin Ådahl, who is the center’s economic policy spokesperson in Ekot’s Saturday interview today, and refers to the government’s […]

  • 375: The Center Party is the loneliest in Sweden now

    375: The Center Party is the loneliest in Sweden now

    The Social Democrats’ party leader Magdalena Andersson had time to celebrate her new role as prime minister for just over seven hours before she announced her resignation. That after the Center Party chose to abstain in the budget vote, which led to the opposition’s budget proposal winning, and which in turn made the Green Party […]

  • Sweden’s first female prime minister resigns hours after her appointment

    STOCKHOLM, November 24 (Xinhua) – Shortly after the Social Democrats’ leader Magdalena Andersson was elected by the Riksdag as Sweden’s first female prime minister on Wednesday, she resigned in the face of the difficult reality of having to lead a minority coalition government. Just hours after she was elected prime minister, the Riksdag adopted the […]

  • 1st LD Writethru: Sweden gets its first female Prime Minister

    STOCKHOLM, 24 November (Xinhua) – On Wednesday, the Swedish Parliament elected Magdalena Andersson as the country’s new Prime Minister, the first female Prime Minister in Sweden’s history. Less than half of the members of the Riksdag voted against Andersson and thus made her the country’s new prime minister. According to Sweden’s system of negative parliamentarism, […]

  • Right now: The President nominates Magdalena Andersson (S) as Prime Minister

    Right now: The President nominates Magdalena Andersson (S) as Prime Minister

    Speaker Andreas Norlén nominates Magdalena Andersson as Prime Minister. She states that she is ready to be tried in a prime ministerial vote despite the negotiations with the Left Party not being completed. The vote is expected to take place on Wednesday at 9 am.

  • 373: A historic deal for the Sweden Democrats

    373: A historic deal for the Sweden Democrats

    Reduced tax on petrol and diesel, a new employment tax deduction and stricter asylum legislation. This is what some of the proposals look like in the agreement that the Moderates, the Christian Democrats – and for the first time also the Sweden Democrats – are behind. But the Liberals stand outside, and intend to vote […]

  • The Helsinki City Government approves the plan for the new traffic tunnel

    The Helsinki City Government approves the plan for the new traffic tunnel

    The plan for the new traffic tunnel in the Sörnäinen area of ​​the capital is progressing after the Helsinki City Government has decided on Thursday morning to submit the proposal to the City Council. The project, which has fueled years of heated political debate, won a meager 8-7 profit from the city government. The plan […]

  • Magdalena Andersson gets more time – holds a press conference

    Magdalena Andersson gets more time – holds a press conference

    Magdalena Andersson (S) has not succeeded in concluding an agreement with the Left Party in which they release her as Prime Minister. Andersson has therefore been given an extended period for the exploration assignment until 22 November. “We are many if working to take responsibility for Sweden to have a strong government. And I will […]

  • The decision on the Helsinki tunnel project was postponed

    The decision on the Helsinki tunnel project was postponed

    The Helsinki City Government was expected to approve the new traffic tunnel plan, which will cost almost 180 million euros, and hand over the project to the city council on Monday. Instead, representatives of the Social Democratic Party put pressure on the postponement and called for an in-depth study of the project’s impact on the […]

  • Left Alliance: A looped rope delivered to the MP

    Left Alliance: A looped rope delivered to the MP

    The case has been reported to law enforcement press release from the Left Alliance. Ahmed said in a statement that he was considering disclosing the case or not. The sender, he explained, hoped to gain publicity for his actions and normalize racist threats against decision-makers. “This disgusting act is just part of the racist feedback […]

  • 372: The requirements for releasing Magdalena Andersson

    372: The requirements for releasing Magdalena Andersson

    Stefan Löfven has submitted his resignation as Prime Minister and a new round of Speakers has taken over. The Social Democrats’ new party leader Magdalena Andersson is the one who is first given the task of trying to form a government – but the road there can be difficult as both the Center Party, the […]

  • The first MP with a Somali background sent a loop in the mail

    The first MP with a Somali background sent a loop in the mail

    Member of the Left Alliance Ahmed said to Suldah was subjected to serious racist harassment and intimidation, his party said in a press release on Thursday. The Member received a piece of rope tied to remind him of a hanging loop, marked a "a very disturbing, racist message". "This horrific act is just an indication […]

  • Nooshi Dadgostar’s demands: Raise pensions

    Nooshi Dadgostar’s demands: Raise pensions

    Today, Speaker Andreas Norlén began work on forming a government through talks with all party leaders. The Left Party’s Nooshi Dadgostar pointed out that it can be a long process before Sweden gets a new government. One of V’s demands is that pensions be increased.

  • Sweden’s Prime Minister submits his resignation

    STOCKHOLM, November 10 (Xinhua) – Sweden’s Prime Minister Stefan Lofven resigned on Wednesday and asked the Speaker of the Riksdag Andreas Norlen to begin the formal process of finding his successor. Lofven, who will lead an interim government until a new prime minister is installed, had previously insisted that he lead the Social Democrats over […]

  • Sweden’s Prime Minister formally resigns for the second time

    Sweden’s Prime Minister formally resigns for the second time

    Sweden’s Prime Minister Stefan Lofven has formally resigned for the second time, months after a no – confidence vote and political conflicts stopped his agenda ahead of the country’s upcoming general election in 2022. Lofven was filmed on Wednesday when he handed over his letter of resignation to the Speaker of the Riksdag Andreas Norlen, […]

  • Finnish women may be called up for military service in the future

    Finnish women may be called up for military service in the future

    The cross-party parliamentary committee has proposed extending the military conscription to women, but not conscription, which is mandatory for Finnish men. The committee argued that a general vocation could help prevent social exclusion, as officials would reach everyone in a certain age group. Invitations would also be an opportunity for more women to learn more […]

  • Ibra is in the center, Milan conquers nine Bologna

    ROME, OCTOBER 23 (Xinhua) – AC Milan’s talisman Zlatan Ibrahimovic played hero and villain on Saturday as Rossoneri dominated Bologna 4-2 away in Serie A. The 40-year-old Swede got his first start in Serie A this season, as an injury crisis forced Milan to miss Mike Maignan, Franck Kessie, Ante Rebic and Alessandro Florenzi, while […]

  • Indian women’s soccer teams suffer 2-3 defeats against Sweden’s Hammarby IF

    Indian women’s soccer teams suffer 2-3 defeats against Sweden’s Hammarby IF

    Stockholm [Sweden], October 21 (ANI): The Indian women’s soccer team lost its lead twice on Thursday to eventually suffer a 2-3 defeat at the hands of Swedish top team Hammarby IF in a friendly match here at Hammarby IP Stadium in Stockholm, Sweden . Hammarby IF, who are former champions in the Dammalsvenskan league, rode […]

  • Uutissuomalainen: Almost half of Finns oppose the health tax

    Uutissuomalainen: Almost half of Finns oppose the health tax

    Although only one-third of men responded to the new measures, the corresponding figure for women was 39 percent. The tax received the strongest support from 30-44 year olds, with 44 per cent expressing support for the bill. According to the survey, there are still differences of opinion between age groups. Only 32 per cent of […]

  • Indian women’s soccer teams beat Bahrain 5-0

    Indian women’s soccer teams beat Bahrain 5-0

    Manama [Bahrain], October 11 (ANI): The Indian women’s soccer team put on a dominant show against Bahrain to record a giant 5-0 victory at Hamad Town Stadium in Hamad Town, on Sunday. Thomas Dennerby’s girls sent out a strong message with this astonishing victory after the heartbreaking 0-1 defeat against Tunisia in their previous friendly […]

  • S: The left speaks in slogans instead of solving problems

    In particular, when it comes to criticism of the government’s desire for a distribution of students in high schools based on parents’ income, the Liberal Party’s words sound hollow, it sounds from the Social Democrat. According to him, the Liberal Party criticizes the government’s proposal for a new high school distribution, even though the party […]

  • OVERVIEW: The left will give older people more choices

    * “Nursing homes” must be set up in all municipalities in Denmark. A nursing home does not have an operating agreement with the local municipality and can therefore more freely arrange the service. The residents of nursing homes also have the opportunity to buy extra services such as extra cleaning or walks. * The set-off […]

  • The Left wants a welfare law with growth and tax breaks

    – An increase in public expenditure must be linked to an increase in economic growth. Based on a tax freeze – of course, he says. However, this is not something that the Social Democrats’ acting political spokesman, Christian Rabjerg Madsen, welcomes. He believes that the Liberal Party has packed a promise of welfare together by […]

  • According to the Yle survey, MPs are reluctant to decriminalize drugs

    According to the Yle survey, MPs are reluctant to decriminalize drugs

    The poll of Yle MPs shows that Parliament has little desire to go through Finnish drug legislation. 138 of Finland’s 200 MPs responded to the survey, of whom 122 opposed decriminalization and 15 supported it. Ten Greens and five members of the Left Alliance supported decriminalization. Respondents from the Center Party, the National Coalition, the […]

  • Editor: Letter from V and K is tactical game in agricultural dispute

    Editor: Letter from V and K is tactical game in agricultural dispute

    This is the assessment of Casper Dall, who is political editor at Avisen Danmark. – It may seem strange that you send a letter on Saturday when you are summoned to a meeting on Sunday. But it shows that we are in the crucial negotiations in these climate negotiations on agriculture. – The crucial point […]

  • Leipzig overcame newcomers Bochum in the Bundesliga

    BERLIN, October 2 (Xinhua) – A late stay from Christopher Nkunku broke Bochum’s resilience and secured Leipzig’s second straight victory in the seventh round of the Bundesliga on Saturday. Newcomer Bochum was able to keep pace until the 70th minute but a goal from substitute Andre Silva and a quick doubled strike from Nkunku made […]

  • Nooshi Dadgostar (V) in Ekot’s Saturday interview

    Nooshi Dadgostar (V) in Ekot’s Saturday interview

    The Left Party’s party leader Nooshi Dadgostar is a guest in this week’s Saturday interview. The Left Party is currently on tour in industrial areas in the country in the hope of winning over disappointed LO voters – but will investments in a new industrial policy be enough all the way? Hear comment and analysis.

  • Tesfaye is being pressured in a case of polygamy

    Tesfaye is being pressured in a case of polygamy

    – Next week, I plan to submit a bill to the Folketing that will give the evacuated Afghans the opportunity to apply for a two-year residence permit. – The bill is amended on several points in relation to the text that has been in consultation. This means, among other things, that we will not recognize […]

  • The prosecutor dropped the ethnic agitation charge against a former Left Alliance official

    The prosecutor dropped the ethnic agitation charge against a former Left Alliance official

    The prosecutor has dropped the charge against the former director general of the Western Finland branch of the Left Alliance for ethnic unrest. Former party official, Misha Dellinger, was suspected of the charge because Tweets were published in 2016 on the microblogging site Twitter. The Tweets called for acts of violence against, among others, “fascists” […]

  • K: Minister’s lack of mink announcement almost scandalous

    K: Minister’s lack of mink announcement almost scandalous

    The agreement on a ban on mink breeding in Denmark clearly states that it is temporary and runs until and including 31 December 2021. However, as part of the agreement, it can be extended until and including 2022. However, that choice has not yet been made. And as time has passed without a decision, there […]

  • Blue parties demand clear answers about mink from minister

    Blue parties demand clear answers about mink from minister

    The agreement on a ban on mink breeding in Denmark clearly states that it is temporary and runs until and including 31 December 2021. However, as part of the agreement, it can be extended until and including 2022. However, that choice has not yet been made. And as time has passed without a decision, there […]

  • The left and center parties in Norway are close to forming a government with some disagreements

    The left and center parties in Norway are close to forming a government with some disagreements

    After the great victory of the left and center parties, the Labor Party (Labor Party), the Socialist Left Party (SV) and the Center Party (SP) have met to see opportunities to form a government. They have a positive prediction, but there are difficult questions to discuss. Both the Labor Party and the Socialist People’s Party […]

  • The sanctuary lasts 50 years after birth

    The sanctuary lasts 50 years after birth

    Today, the debate over Christiania’s existence has been silenced. There are institutions for the children, the residents pay electricity bills and rent, the restaurants are busy, and tourists flock to. Or, as it says on the official website: Christiania – or just the City – has on its 50th birthday on Sunday gone from being […]

  • The former mayoral candidate was accused of secretly filming children in school showers

    The former mayoral candidate was accused of secretly filming children in school showers

    The Southwest Finnish District Court has accused two suspects of filming underage girls in school showers. report Turku Sanomat newspaper. One of the two defendants in the case is a former mayoral candidate of the Left Alliance of the City of Turku. Two defendants are suspected of disseminating sexually inappropriate images of the child and […]

  • Pope’s promise: We will spend enough money on welfare

    Pope’s promise: We will spend enough money on welfare

    A tribute to the former Conservative Prime Minister Poul Schlüter, who died earlier this year, suppositories to the current Prime Minister Mette Frederiksen (S) and the government as well as a focus on welfare. These are some of the topics that the Conservatives’ chairman, Søren Pape Poulsen, touches on in his national council speech on […]

  • Left: No broad agreement without more money for agriculture

    – It is clear that if the government’s final feedback on the left is that there is the money on the table – that is, almost no money for the green transition – then it will cost somewhere between 10,000 and 15,000 jobs. – And we will not participate in that. Then the government will […]

  • The Left misses faster climate action in reform initiatives

    The Left misses faster climate action in reform initiatives

    – The climate needs to be prioritized now and not even in the future, if and if you can find some savings on some business support schemes that you have not been able to find before, says the Liberal Party chairman. The proposal from the government contains a billion kroner to be invested in green […]

  • Løkke reaches the ballot paper without a word about politics

    Løkke reaches the ballot paper without a word about politics

    Lars Løkke Rasmussen is following the same path so far – just in reality. In any case, the Moderates, founded by Løkke, have rounded up the magical 20,182 voter declarations, and this means that the name can be ticked next to the ballot paper for the next parliamentary election. Løkke himself calls himself “grateful”, but […]

  • Mentally ill man convicted of killing educator at residence

    – You must have realized that it is overwhelmingly probable that the stab wounds could lead to death, it sounds from court chairman Peder Johannes Christensen, when he pronounces judgment in the case on Wednesday at noon. The 20-year-old man is convicted of manslaughter and is to be placed in a psychiatric ward. Because of […]