"On the day a hundred years after the parliament adopted the resolution on universal and equal suffrage and hoisted the flags at Riksplan."
"– But the decision had Sweden may have taken a different path, " said president Andreas Norlén."
"the Army band and a small crowd of frozen officials, political scientists and the other politicians had gathered for the start of the parliamentary demokratijubileum, which will last the entire legislature."
"The only one in attendance of the party was the Liberals' Jan Björklund. But, it was also the liberal prime minister, Nils Edén, who led the coalition government with the social democrats and who put the bill on the general and equal right to vote. Worth noting is that the Liberals held the statsministerposten, despite the fact that the social democrats were larger than the Liberals."
"None of those present could hardly escape the historical irony of the 100-year anniversary is celebrated at the same time as the difficulties to bring together a government have not been greater since the 1920s."
"– It has still been a large focus and interest for the course of events in the parliament, the interest has been positive, even if the setting has been severe, said Andreas Norlén."
"the Parliament draws attention to the now jubilee with two books, seminars and exhibitions. At the first Rösträttens century, attended by king Carl XVI Gustaf and crown princess Victoria. Demokratijubileet is then supposed to last for the entire term, until 2022, when the first female members of 100 years ago took place in the parliament."
"the Decision which is now being celebrated, was at a about – extra – parliament in 1918. The first decision in the ordinary parliament was taken in may 1919. The other grundlagsbeslutet was taken in 1921, when the first fully democratic parliamentary elections were carried out on 12 september. Already in 1918 was, however, also make decisions about women's suffrage in the municipal elections of 1919."