the top name Tomas Tobé said that work against foreign stöldligor must be strengthened and Europol, the european police office, get double the resources. He would like to see a possibility to expel EU-citizens convicted of crimes in Sweden.
"We want to establish a principle where we have the right to judge the EU citizens in Sweden to the expulsion," he said at a press conference along with the M-leader Ulf Kristersson.
the Requirements is a repeat of the Tobé presented on SvD's Debate last summer.
operating in Europe right now and that the measure would limit the prize is the opportunity to travel to Sweden again.
He reiterates in addition, a proposal to the general rule within the EU should be that the criminals are in prison in their home countries, not where the crime was committed. It also applies to swedes who commit crimes abroad.
– Criminal shall serve their prison sentences in their home countries. Each country has a responsibility for its own citizens, " says Tomas Tobé.
the Cost for a Swedish fängelseplats is an average of a million per year, and a model where people serving prison sentences in their home countries would result in savings of sek 200 million per year in Sweden, according to the party's calculations.
– We would also get away from having overcrowded prisons.
concerns about crime and migration. The party intends to push the line that asylum applications must be heard in Europe's external border and those who do not have the right to asylum shall not have the opportunity to come into Europe. Therefore, to the party to strengthen the border protection agency Frontex. 10.000 Frontexmedarbetare shall physically ensure that Europe's borders are protected, " says Moderatledaren Ulf Kristersson.
The other two main elements in the valplattformen is the climate and the digital free trade. In the area of climate change is nuclear power a part of the solution, according to the Conservatives, who want to secure the future of Sweden ”for a very long time”.
"Nuclear power is an important part of the solution, both in Sweden and in many european countries," says Ulf Kristersson.
to develop the core technology together and set common standards. The allocation should therefore be increased to the body of the European atomic energy community (Euratom) for more research in the area, according to M.
On a more comprehensive level, " says Ulf Kristersson EUROPE to solve common problems, do not go in and regulate the national economy.