"Sverigedemokraten Angelika Bengtsson requests that the parliament's constitutional affairs committee (KU) to examine the then minister of social affairs Annika Strandhälls (S) and the conduct of the government in connection with the Insurance agency to disclose documents to journalists in a much-publicized thing."
"It was notes from meetings Strandhälls employees at the ministry of health had had with the Insurance agency. The notes may have an impact in the already ongoing review of whether the Strandhäll and the government committed any errors when the Agency's director-general Ann-Marie Begler petades from his post in april 2018. The ministry stated, according to the information in Dagens Nyheter and TV4, have warned it "
"Bengtsson wants KU takes on the issue of Strandhäll and her department acted in violation of the principle of public access, and whether the department has engaged in the unauthorized control of the agency."
"the Notification will not be included in the current KU-examination of whether the government acted properly against Begler, it is up to autumn."