At lunchtime on Friday came a brief message from the president Andreas Norlén. He had then had a second consultation with the S-leader Stefan Löfven and would, for practical reasons, talk with Ulf Kristersson only later in the evening.
the Purpose is that they both statsministerkandidaterna shall report the outcome of the soundings carried out during the holidays.
But despite the tough negotiations between the parties have, so far, none of the two regeringsalternativen support from the Centre party and the Liberals.
in several different parties, discussions have been held in parallel – on the one hand between C, L and M and KD, but also between the C, L and S, and MP.
An aggravating factor for the blocköverskridande calls are according to DN's sources, that the Conservatives and Their budget went through in parliament on 12 december. The revised baseline for new negotiations has forced the parties to back several steps back. It is among other things about how a possible supplementary budget to be changed in the spring and if the moderate and conservative tax cuts should remain or not.
who's gone to the scrap cannot be removed until the next year.
at the same time, remain, according to DN's sources, the former låsningarna between the Centre party and the green Party. C-top Fredrick Federley stated before christmas that C and MP are ”extremely far apart” in the rural areas.
"We can't go home to our partiorganisationer and say that the nyckelbiotopsinventeringen is perfect and that one should not build within 300 metres of where there is water," he said then.
Stefan Löfven opened in an interview with DN before christmas, the door to compromise further on labour law in order to get the Centre party in a regeringsunderlag. Just labour law one of the issues that Centerledaren Annie Lööf pointed out as particularly important.
comment on Friday that his party is prepared to make further compromises to get to a mittenregering.
”The week ahead need to all of the parties exert themselves to the utmost to Sweden as soon as possible to get an energetic government that is not dependent on The sweden democrats”.
the Discussions between the ruling coalition parties had agreed, according to the informants, so far, not been about political issues or ministerial posts. Ulf Kristersson and his party have, according to DN's sources failed to present a strong enough guarantee that might convince the C and L that you can prevent The sweden democrats from gaining influence or avoid a M/KD-government becomes dependent on support from SD in, for example, a budgetomröstning. Promises not to negotiate with the party has not been sufficient for Annie Lööf and Jan Björklund.
different political parties have, according to the information carried at different levels. One explanation is that several people have been out of town during the christmas holidays. Centerledaren Annie Lööf belongs to those who have chosen to leave the country.
”Annie Lööf has spent time with the family during the christmas holidays, as well as other party leaders. A party leader is, however, always in service, and the contacts and conversations that have been have not at all been affected by this,” writes Stina Wernersson, press secretary of the Centre party in a comment.
Jan björklund's (L) or Ebba Busch Thor (KD,) press area to answer the question about the party leaders have been bortesta abroad during the christmas holidays.
”Jan Björklund has spent a few days together with his family during the christmas and new year. The preparations and the conversations that regeringsfrågan and the process requires has been carried out. A leader can never log out completely, even during the red days,” writes Eric Aronson, the press secretary of the Liberals in a comment.
the Green party spokesperson Isabella Lövin and Gustav Fridolin and Stefan Löfven has, according to the two parties remained in Sweden all the time.
criticized the Video: SD leader Jimmie Åkesson that he travelled to Thailand on holiday and was away during the second statsministeromröstningen.
– Now it is Sweden that comes first and then the party, not least the prime minister, albeit in a lame duck, so it's best that go first don't even own winter break, " said Löfven to the TT then.
the Negotiations are now expected to go into an intense final phase and should be kept at a higher level before Monday 14 January, when the president shall submit a proposal to the prime minister before the vote in the same week.