For a long time, Swedish rights have been an exception in Europe because it refuses to cooperate with extreme rights. Today, this is no longer the case, as settlements are taking place before the 2022 elections.
The Swedish far-right leader Jimmie Akesson smiled happily and appeared in Stockholm on Tuesday, April 13. The audience at the press conference gathered in a large meeting room of the parliament and held the news. The conference broadcast. Most media in the country broadcast live. On the agenda: Even if the next legislative election is not scheduled before September 2022, the next government must be formed.
But for Jimmie Akesson, it’s time to respond to the increasingly insistent calls for conservative rights. He understands that his only chance to resume business is to make a friendly settlement with the Swedish Democratic Party (SD) in hopes Be ahead of the outgoing coalition led by the leader of the Social Democratic Party, Stefan Löfven.
Therefore, the strategy of blocking the cordon and pinching the nose near SD is gone: on January 20, conservative leader Ulf Kristersson insisted in an interview with SVT channel that, The establishment of Jimmie Akesson “Changes have taken place in recent years”,Make ” Cooperation” Do this without having to consider forming a government alliance together.
This is good: SD’s boss announced on Tuesday that his party is “Prepare to be responsible to Sweden”, By acting as an auxiliary force to the conservative government, no ministerial positions are required.On the other hand, he hopes that his training can exercise “direct impact” The proportion in the government is directly proportional to its election score.
In 2018, the Swedish Democratic Party won 17.5% of the vote, while the Conservative Party received 19.8% of the vote, the Christian Democrat Party received 6.3% of the vote, and the Liberal Party received 5.5% of the vote. According to a poll released in early April, SD will now get 18.7% of voting intentions, compared with 22.6% for conservatives, 4.2% for Christian Democrats, and 2.9% for liberals (below the 4% threshold). The ratio of the Social Democratic Party is 27.6% (28.2% in 2018).