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Regeringskaoset is not only the politicians ' fault
"Regeringskaoset is not only the politicians 'fault"

"Our politicians are idiots”, ”I give up”, ”I am ashamed of this dealing with”, so, the comments rained down this christmas - and nyårshelg. Some were really in the gas, others had simply given up but one thing they had in common – the frustration about the political situation was great. "

"What's happening – what are we voters? And what are politicians?"

" Now a days get together again party leader and our ”superstar”-president Andreas Norlén to try to get together a government. It shall fikas and it shall be voted in the chamber. Either it will be a government on 16 January, during the following week or so, it becomes the option. "

"When it comes to the formation of the government I understand is actually not what everyone is so stunned, and in some cases cursed, over. Is there no one that thought about that of course we get the government we voters voted? The difficulty of getting together a government depends on the results of the election, on how we actually voted."

"It means that we have the parties we voted and the politicians we voted. The whole thing is a catch 22. One gives the other, it hangs together. "

"Then it is so that you as an individual can take his political engagement a step further than that, once every four years to participate in elections to the riksdag, county councils and municipalities. One can engage in a party and maybe even become a politician and thus make a difference."

"today, unfortunately, there is only 100 000 swedes who are active in a political party, of the 250 000 members. In 25 years the number of swedes that are members of a party reduced by 90 per cent. It does not necessarily mean that people lost interest in social issues, but they really seem to not be interested in parties. "

"the Consequence is that rekryteringsunderlaget in our parties, then, consists of roughly 1% of the population. It makes likely that our representatives are far from a reflection of the Swedish people. Many do not recognize themselves, and it is apparently close at hand to vote in protest rather than for a particular policy."

"So where is the responsibility? Of course, both of us voters and our politicians. As voters, we can not only refrain from engaging us, then vote for a fragmented parliament and finally become cursed over not quickly get to a government. Then have the parties think about how to make more people engage in a party and want to be political representatives. It certainly has been in most parties, but they have obviously failed completely."

"Perhaps now we are heading for extra options, who knows. That, in the short time we have until then to make political engagement more attractive and broaden our political parties is, of course, impossible. The responsibility is therefore on us the voters. We may actually try to promise each other to vote a little more interested. With that done, the ball is at the parties where you need to think thoroughly about how to both engage more and get the candidates to which voters have confidence."

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