"First must the working conditions be improved."
"Aftonbladet's leader board is the independent social democrat."
"The worry that januariöverenskommelsen going to put a cover over the internal debate in the labour movement actually need not turn to the start-up Reformers for comfort. It is enough to read what the leaders in the LO says about the political pensionsgruppens plans to get us to work longer than today."
"It was just over a week ago that the parties behind the pensionsgruppen presented their plans in an op-ed in Aftonbladet. Many school would be increased, as well as the ceiling for the housing allowance. Further down in the article stated that the age to be able to take out the public pension would be increased by a total of three years to 2026."
"The Swedish pension system needs to be reformed. More would have to work longer for the resources to be sufficient. It is not the thing that makes the leaders of the LO furious. What makes the cylinder head to fly off on the North Banntorget is one-sidedness in the political parties ' proposals."
"There are two ways to go to raise the real retirement age. One of them, and the politicians now unilaterally looks to choose, that means raising the age when it is possible to get a pension. And maybe at the same time, extend the time that the employee has the right to remain in his job."
"An excellent method for those who can continue to work also going to do it. It is true for many, not least the officials and managers. But it works not for all that long time ago strenuous, and that already today are forced to stop working because they simply can't take it anymore. For many people with regular jobs in the health sector, in the construction industry or in the industry means an increase in the retirement age just a poorer existence."
"But there is also another way. Then it's a matter of adapting the work environment, to provide opportunities for development in work and to have security systems that works. That way more people would be able to work longer, and also hopefully look forward to a pensionärstillvaro without the pain from a repetitive strain injury, or anxiety."
"That is exactly what the union leaders are asking for, and it is not too much to ask."