in recent weeks, the Conservatives raised the issue on making changes in the energiöverenskommelsen from 2016. M to change the wording in the agreement so that the goal becomes to nuclear power in Sweden can continue to be used after 2040. If no changes are made to threaten M to leave the settlement, which also includes the social democrats, the Centre party, the green Party and the Christian democrats.
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During his time as energy minister was Ibrahim Baylan (S) that negotiated the blocköverskridande the agreement. He is very critical of the Conservatives are now setting the ultimatum to continue to be a part of the settlement.
"It is irresponsible and incomprehensible to you threaten to leave the agreement," says Ibrahim Baylan.
the defection from the energiuppgörelsen lead to uncertainty in the market, and nuclear power would even be able to get worse conditions on the stability behind the energy policy is lost.
– the Industry need a long-term approach. It is threatened if a party decides to defect the agreement after three years, " says Ibrahim Baylan.
He is critical of Conservatives who have aspirations to be a regeringsbärande party endangers the long-term blocköverskridande settlement.
threaten to leave the contract just because you lost the voters for the Christian democrats is directly irresponsible, " says Ibrahim Baylan.
the Conservatives are turning against the Baylans criticism:
" He loses himself in the spelteorier. The most important thing for us is to identify what is samhällsproblemet and it is for Sweden to be able to contribute to resolving the climate issue. When is our point of departure very clear: nuclear power is needed, says Carl-Oskar Bohlin (M), economic policy spokesperson.
the Conservatives new requirements on nuclear power will be discussed when the parties behind the energiuppgörelsen meet on Wednesday.
– We see no intrinsic value in leaving the energiöverenskommelsen. But if we do, it is a consequence of the rest of the opening parties have not chosen to look away from the ideological blinders when it comes to nuclear after 2040, " says Carl-Oskar Bohlin.