the centre party says no to for Stefan Löfven as prime minister of Sweden.
- We all know what a complex situation where the locked position is in the Riksdag. We have in recent days been working day and night to find a possible cooperation. But I must note that, unfortunately, the results do not hold for such cooperation, says Centerpartiets leader, Annie Lööf.
According to Swedish media, had both the centre party and the Liberalerna internal meetings on Sunday evening. Liberalerna has not yet announced, writes TT.
- Liberalernas discussions about working across the middle continues. We have not yet taken a decision on how we vote at clarified the budget vote on Wednesday, or how we will vote in a new vote on the Löfen as prime minister. The party will come out on these issues on Tuesday afternoon, says the party's leader, Jan Björklund.
Lööf underlined that her party, in particular, had laid emphasis on the incorporated with green taxes and reform of the real estate and labour law. She says that the social democrats were "too vague and imprecise".
Lööf sorry, that's not seized the opportunity for a broad and blokoverskridende cooperation.
Löfven shall later Monday report on the negotiations with the Parliament president, talman Andreas Norlén.
Norlén expected then to come up with a statement about what is the next step in the form a government.
The two centrumpartier and the three red-green parties will, above all, to avoid that Sverigedemokraterna will get influence in Swedish politics.
the Party came by-election in september to stand as the tongue of the balance between the two blocks.
Lööf says that she does not believe a new election in the given situation. She notes that the parliament has not yet implemented two statsministerafstemninger, and that the required four, for you to print options again.