Sunday, December 28, 2014

SD submit censure Löfven – Aftonbladet

The Sweden Democrats will submit a no-confidence motion against Prime Minister Stefan Löfven.

– A Prime Minister who break their promises to the Swedish people time and time again not deserve to remain in its mail, he says to Aftonbladet.

Stefan Löfven Strikes Back:

– It’s just nonsense.

In the opinion polls have shown that the Sweden Democrats is one of the few parties that would have gone forward at a new election.

After the announcement that the extraordinary election will be announced think SD submit a no-confidence motion against Prime Minister Stefan Löfven.

– We have no confidence in a prime minister who constantly breaks his promises to the Swedish people, says deputy party leader Mattias Karlsson told Aftonbladet.

– He has said that he will not reign with a Alliance Financial, and he has said that voters will have their say on the situation. But he breaks promises again and again.

“The majority will decide”

According to Karlsson violates the agreement against democratic principles.

– Democracy is based on the one the majority should decide. Now imposed rules that allow the minority to decide what the majority, he says, and continues:

– If the Alliance parties have not given up their opposition role they should be supporting the motion of censure. Otherwise, SD Sweden’s only opposition party.

Loof and Löfven saws SD

When Aftonbladet hits Stefan Löfven on Saturday afternoon saying he only briefly:

– This is nonsense.

Although the Centre Party Party leader Annie Loof is highly critical of the Sweden Democrats ‘actions.

– This shows that the Sweden Democrats’ role in Swedish politics is set to chaos, she says to Aftonbladet TV.

– A few weeks ago they voted on a budget they do not want, and now they want to distrust explain away the government. Now it is important that we stop talking matters of form and instead start discussing politics.

The Liberal Party leader Jan Björklund is on the same line:

– It is not appropriate for us to support a Censure of yet. But we do not exclude that we will topple the government later in the term.

“13 percent is not enough”

According to Stefan Löfvens press secretary Eric Nises the Sweden Democrats’ vote of no confidence is not likely to lead anywhere.

– It is the SD free to submit a censure. But as far as I can see, it will not have any impact, he says to Aftonbladet.

– SD may have 13 percent, but it is not enough to convict a government.

Johan Ingero, presshef of the Christian Democrat leader Göran Hägglund:

– We consider a vote of no confidence is something that should be used very sparingly. It is something you take when a government or a minister acted very wrong.

He continues:
– This seems to be more a way for SD to show that they do not like our settlement. It is the totally free, but it is not grounds for censure. It’s childish behavior.

Alliance parties’ members are likely to abstain at no confidence vote in parliament.

– We do not support the government, but we do not support nor distrust requirements that only about to get a few columns in newspapers, says Johan Ingero.

“Can perceived as fegar from”

At the press conference this morning said Stefan Löfven to government parties and the Alliance agreed to drop until the Prime Minister who has the strongest support in parliament.

In this way, the Sweden Democrats excluded from influence.

But according to Linus Bylund, SD MP and former press officer of Jimmie Akesson, will it will not work in the long run.

– These special solutions are only temporary. Sooner or later they will be forced to talk to us, he says.

In the eyes of voters, the decision to not call a new election is seen as the government backs down, according to the Linus Bylund.

– The could be understood that the fegar out. But it is not surprising that they do not want to engage in a battle that they know they will lose. Then, they chose to flee instead of fencing, he said.


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