"After the Supreme administrative court decision to allow the municipality of Vellinge introduce locally tiggeriförbud to several scanian municipalities follow Vellinges example."
"the municipality of staffanstorp has delayed the decision of the Supreme administrative court, which came on Monday, reports several media."
"– We will follow Vellinges example and introduce tiggeriförbud, " says Christian Sonesson (M), mayor of Staffanstorp, to SVT News Sweden."
"He says that the municipality's lawyers had close contact with the Vellinges and that they will use the same wording."
"Landskrona municipality has also waited for the verdict, says the president of Torkild Strandberg (L) to the TT."
"– Now has the judgment come, and an investigation shall be made if it is appropriate here, " he says."
"According to Torkild Strandberg is a wide support in the issue in the municipality, but he had rather seen a national framework to relate to."
"– With that said, this is better than nothing, and it is reasonable to get a say at the local level, " he says and continues:"
"– this is ultimately about that, it is unreasonable that people in Sweden should sit on the ground in the winter and beg outside shops."
"In Bromölla, you also want to try to get to a ban."
"We have some other things to prioritise, but it is in our budget," says Eric Berntsson (SD), who will take over as board chairman on 1 January, to SVT."
"Even in Salem, south of Stockholm, is to receive the judgment of consequences. This opens for the ban, despite the fact that beggary has decreased in the municipality."
"– We may consider need based on how much begging involved, but I'm not averse to examine the conditions for a local tiggeriförbud, " says board chairman Lennart Kalderén (M) to Mitt I Botkyrka-Salem."