In Sweden the Riksdag talman, Andreas Norlén, that he will hold discussions with the political parties and their leaders on Wednesday, and he will then nominate a cabinet. A vote will take place in Parliament this week.
Talmannen, there is the Parliament, the president, expresses criticism of the negotiation process, which has been much, and he believes that all uncertainties should be removed.
It came on Monday that the leftist party will not let Socialdemokraternas leader, Stefan Löfven, prime minister, as the situation looks right now.
Vänsterpartiets leader, Jonas Sjöstedt, said Monday at a news conference that he stresses that the party wants Löfven as prime minister. But he adds that "we're not there yet" in relation to reaching a satisfactory intergovernmental agreement.
Norlén says that he will give Löfven more time - 48 hours - to win more support for a government.
Löfven could not muster a majority without the support of the left party.
It was originally planned that there should be nominated a candidate for denmark on Monday, and that a vote should take place in the Riksdag on Wednesday.
But Vänsterpartiets requirement on negotiations with Stefan Löfven has changed the picture and created a degree of uncertainty.
- I am very critical of the fact that it now turns out that there is missing support for a solution to regeringsspørgsmålet. My starting point is, that I have already given very much time to this process.
If the left party votes for him - or vote blank - looking Löfven appears to be ready for another period as prime minister.
Socialdemokraterna, Miljöpartiet, the centre party and the Liberalerna announced on Friday that they had reached agreement on a draft intergovernmental agreement.
Over the weekend has Miljöpartiet, the centre party and the Liberalerna announced that they have secured internal support for the agreement.
It will say that it promises to a government consisting of the social democrats and Miljöpartiet, with the support of the centre party and the Liberalerna.
The latest day development comes after over four months of negotiations.
Sweden went to elections 9. september.
Here was the social democrats the largest party, Moderaterna ranks second and Sverigedemokraterna (SD) number three.
None of the parties wanted to cooperate with the indvandringskritiske SD.
the centre party and the Liberalerna, there were, respectively, 8.6 and 5.5 percent of the votes in the elections in september, has so far been a part of Sweden's civil block, Alliansen.