Think about Göran Johansson had been able to see what took place in the People's house on Sunday morning. When the Gothenburg ikoniske's leaders were buried on the island of Hisingen, göteborg in the autumn of 2014, spoke of his close co-workers Ann-Sofie Hermansson emotional and personal of his mentor. Next set Anna Johansson, Göran's daughter, two good friends who would see to it that the socialist flag continued to fly proudly in the kingdom's second city.
Now, they stood as opponents in a bitter battle that is thrown into the party in a crisis far deeper than the historically low election result in the autumn showed.
”Göran would have turned in his grave”, said one of the people I interviewed for the congress, and which followed the social democrats in Gothenburg at close range.
it was she who guided up the ”Couch” to ledarposten, but there are those who believe that it was just what happened, and that the pure the nomination process did not occur when Hermansson 2016 took over after Anneli Hulthén as the municipal chairman.
She felt like a breath of fresh air. An old truck driver from Volvo who have taken the academic exam and have gone the long way through the trade union career. A happy piece of shit who likes to talked with everyone. To be seen and always be available has been her best branch.
In recent years I have talked with her about everything from female genital mutilation and hedersförtryck to business opportunities and, not least, played an important role in the future.
" If we can engage the new arrivals, we have the order of 2.0, said, ”the Couch” before the election during a visit to the bishop's palace.
she admitted to see it as its task to physically be out there among the people of gothenburg and carry out socialist policies and that it has made that she has been too little visible in their workplace. In general, she has difficult to understand the criticisms that were leveled against her.
But according to the district board and colleagues in the city hall, she has been lousy at work. She has run her own race, withheld information, and placed certain colleagues in the ”freezer”. She is also considered to have mishandled the negotiations after the election, in which the S listed by 20.4 per cent and lost power for 24 years.
These reasons taken together was sufficient that the board saw itself forced to the drastic step to dismiss her – and it was expected that a majority of the kongressombuden would agree. The team must go before the self.
Who takes over remains to be seen. S-rule tactics will probably be to try to rebuild the bridges against the red-green, which has been difficult during the Hermanssons time. In this way, would the party be able to come back to power in a city which is now ruled by a very fragile majority.
But it is clear that the successor may not be any easy task. The split in the party remains, and also Anna Johansson, who announced his resignation as district, says that's just now not feeling particularly good.