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The policies of the past will not solve today's problems
"The policies of the past will not solve today's problems"

"Replica from the Reformists of the Socialist way forward"

"This is an opinion piece. It is the writer who stands for the views that are put forward in the text, not Against."

"the DEBATE. Just a few days after the launch of the socialist association Reformists are idédebatten taken off properly. It is just the purpose and we welcome Harald Ullman, Andreas Henriksson and Åke Johansson's post. "

"It is important, however, that the discussions about the future of politics is not conducted on the basis of incorrect information."

"It is to begin with a little bit ironic that Ullman, Henriksson and Johansson warns of nostalgia and at the same time, prime minister Göran Persson fiscal consolidation and the 1980s, ”kanslihushöger” should be the guiding example. "

"the Time when ”the one who is seated in debt is not free” had to steer the perception of how government finance works is over. "

"The international debate has shifted and several large institutions such as the IMF and the OECD have pointed out the damage with a too tight economic policies and the growing inequalities. "

"Stefan Löfvens last government reduced the surplus target for the state's economy from 1.0 to 0.33%, and the current government has promised to increase järnvägsinvesteringarna. It is good but requires a more expansionary policy."

"Ullman, Henriksson and Johansson claim that Reformisternas reform proposals on, inter alia, increases in pensions are underfunded to 90 per cent. It is unclear where they got that figure from. Each reform proposed is fully funded and the calculation shows a small surplus. "

"The only burden the public finances is the debt financing which is done in order to establish an investment bank with the mission to manage critical investments. It is about 400 billion over 10 years, or 0,87% of GDP per year. "

"given that, among other things, the Swedish national debt office pointed out that the Swedish public debt is starting to become dangerously low, it is reasonable that the state increases its borrowing in the future. "

"To do it in order to invest in public benefit functions, and the greater equality is, moreover, absolutely necessary for the future. "

"Savings, rather than investment when staff is missing in health care, and housing is missing, is as irresponsible as neglecting to mend the roof when the water leaks into. "

"in addition, we must deal with both the growing income inequalities and accelerating climate change, it is crystal clear that the state must take a larger financial responsibility. Then you can not deal with the policies of the past. "

"nElisabeth Lindberg, ekonomhistoriker and a member of the ReformisternanEmmelie Renlund, snickareu002Ffacklig ombudsman and a member of the ReformisternanDennys Bello, economist and member of Reformers"

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