It is called snåljåpsgruppen. Four EU countries (Sweden, Denmark, Austria and the Netherlands) who joined together to prevent their nota soaring in the new EU long-term budget, which shall take effect in 2021.
Snålast in snåljåpsgruppen is Sweden. Not a euro, is the message from S, M, MP, V, KD and SD.
migrationssamarbete, the common fight against terrorism, tighter border security and more efforts on climate change in the EU. The cost for this is a part in the increase in the budget. The most important explanation for the Swedish bill may rise by as much as 15 billion per year to the Uk, which has been a big net contributor, to leave the union.
the Government and the four opposition parties want the EUROPEAN union to correct the mouth after lunch. They point to the comprehensive agricultural support as an appropriate besparingsområde.
All the other EU countries accept the slightly increased expenditure, even if they are not accepted by the EU-commission's proposal,
The centre party's Fredrick Federley is one of the few who is defending the aid. ”For me, there is no plausibility in claiming that the agricultural policy is going to pay for everything else,” he says in the DN's interview.
accepts any increased expenditure, even if they are not accepted by the EU-commission's proposal. However, the decision requires consensus, which gives Sweden the right to veto for the documents begins in earnest in the autumn.
It is unlikely that the government stands by its abrupt no. In a compromise is usually the furthest out on one edge to get the bend on itself. Samarbetspartierna C and L will also press for a more generous EU budget.
But M, KD, SD, and V to stand by his adamant 'no'. In this case, ahead of a fierce battle in parliament, whose support the government needs for its EU policy. It may be an unconventional majority against itself, where the four opposition parties to the right and the left together requires that Sweden should veto against the EU budget.
Then it's definitely the end of the quiet after the formation of the government.
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