"Annie Lööf anger after Josefin Nilsson-the documentary: ”Cursed”"
"Centerledaren Annie Lööf is shaken up after the documentary about the Josefin Nilsson."
"She rages also after people testified tystnadskultur and harassment to have occurred at the state department the royal dramatic theatre."
"I do not understand how an employer thinks," she says in the P4 Extra."
"Last Friday was the documentary ”Josefin Nilsson – Love me for who I am” premiered on SVT Play. "
"After a week had 900 000 people have seen it and the impact was huge. Many were shaken by the information that came forward. Expojkvännen who was sentenced for having assaulted Josefin Nilsson is active on the royal dramatic theatre and the theatre took the decision to cancel the performances. "
"the royal Dramatic theatre's managing director Eirik Stubø has said to the daily News that the man in the present is not going to get any more roles."
"Prime minister Stefan Leaves spoke in the week about the documentary."
"– is It so incomprehensible that a person can be exposed to such cruelty and such violence, " he said in Expressen."
"When the Centre party Annie Lööf visited the host of the show Read the Article in Tuesday's P4 Extra, she was fierce when she was asked about the tystnadskultur and the harassment must have occurred on the state department the royal dramatic theatre."
"– It is deeply serious, I would like to say. It is an employer responsibility and leadership responsibilities. When I heard about an actress who said that she needed an escort to and from the scene, it is totally unacceptable and I do not understand how an employer thinks and how to care about the environment and the security of their employees, " says Annie Lööf and continues:"
"– You need to feel safe in their workplace, they should not be exposed to sexual harassment and which has a head the ultimate responsibility."
"Annie Lööf has seen the documentary and it has not left her indifferent."
"– I saw the documentary on Josefin Nilsson a couple of weeks ago, then cut it in heart, and you will be extremely sad, but also pissed off when you see it."
"Titti Schultz warns that management still has a responsibility and that they in spite of everything receives a subsidy from the state. Annie Lööf may then question whether or not the government or the parliament, therefore, ought to be able to put pressure."
" Absolutely, in the track of the Metoo last fall called the government to the different institutions to discuss these issues, what is expected of the working environment and how you are as an employer and manager. Just to be able to get state funds. Here the government and parliament have a particular responsibility, but you can not deprive the ultimate management – for example, the royal dramatic theatre, the responsibility. It is obvious that regardless of the place of work so you should live up to the laws and common sense."