– Stefan Löfven defended fyrpartiöverenskommelsen with the Centre party, the Liberals and the Greens. He drew parallels to the settlement agreement between the Centre party and the social democrats in the 1930s, and the entrenchment of democracy. Januariavtalet was necessary in order not to give the far-right extremists influence over Swedish politics, defended the S-controller.
" He talked about how education could improve society. S-the leader also called on all colleagues in all situations hate as it's usually called hedersförtryck. ”This oppression must be crushed,” he said.
" It was an ideological, välkomponerat and sometimes passionate speech, but hardly controversial. Also politicians may burn of formation, in the same way as the prime minister glowed. And to combat hedersförtryck are high on the political agenda of virtually all parliamentary parties now.
" This is no visionary congress, on the contrary. The party adopts a broad program for training and education initiative, with new training places, lärcenter, and a new path to the teaching profession. But it is more of the same policies that the party has engaged in the past and no new major reform projects. The party also discussed organizational issues here, which hardly even pointing out the political direction of travel.
" Late last night got kongressombuden make a long series of posts on the political situation. There were delegates that expressed criticism Januariavtalet, but they were not so many. The whole thing was called the general political debate, but any discussion, it was never because the delegates had not replikrätt.
the Representatives have no right to exercise, so their opportunities to influence the party's direction of travel after the historic fyrpartiuppgörelsen is small. This despite the fact that this congress is the social Democrats ' highest decided body until the next congress is held in 2021. It is one of the most harmless party conferences I have experienced, and this during the most dramatic time in american politics.
" The sharpest criticism comes from the trade union movement. ”So long as it's sharp right-wing politics we see coming out of the agreement”, says LO's president, Karl-Petter Thorwaldsson to Aftonbladet. He criticizes the tax cuts and the plans to liberalise the labour law hard.
– Also plans to change the rent control raises criticism. When the congressmen arrived at the Conventum in Örebro, they were met by protesters from the tenants ' association. The party's election assessment team presented its report in a week, and criticized, among other things partitoppens way to manage migration. It was tethered not enough in the party and was not presented well by Stefan Löfven and the then minister for migration Heléne Fritzon. But Stefan Löfven struck off the criticism when he met the press on S congress. His leadership is more on the quiet and good order, than to pave new roads for the future.