the fall's election campaign feels like an earlier century. Information, principles, and collaboration age rapidly and die.
On Thursday dropped the principle which has been the focus of Swedish politics ever since 2010, the other seven parliamentary parties do not cooperate with the party with racist roots.
the Swedish policy boldest of the party, Ebba Busch Thor, breaking the dike, opening the way for negotiations on various issues in the parliament with the SD.
In August, the n is DN's Karin Eriksson and Johar Bendjelloul interviewed her rejected she decided to cooperate with SD in the riksdag committees. Then referenced her how the party's economic spokesperson, Oscar Sjöstedt, laughed at a joke he told about people he met who fired at the dead sheep and pretend that they are jews. ”If you say to stand up for human dignity, the equal worth of all people, then one must also be able to get it to permeate everything you do. Both in politics and in representative. Where it is not today. I don't see how they'll be able to get there. It is located on them. It is not on me.”, said Ebba Busch Thor then.
with the SD in matters where the parties have similar values. ”I have changed idea where,” says Ebba Busch Thor to DN's Hanna Jakobson.
the Realignment will give the Christian democrats a possible way towards power.
Then the Alliance burst, the Moderates and the Christian democrats had no credible strategy to get there. Even if the KD plant in public opinion are the two parties far too small to have a riksdagsmajoritet within easy reach. Jimmie Åkessons party was in november, ready to drop, until the M-leader Ulf Kristersson as prime minister without having received any promises in return. But it is unlikely that the SD in the four years that would support a M+KD-government all the proposals without getting anything back.
Ebba Busch Thor paving by the new information a way forward to be able to reign. With the support of the SD in the riksdag sees the three does not appear to be so far away from being able to form a majority for a regeringsunderlag after the next election. It does not mean that KD, M, and SD is about to enter a new alliance or coalition government. But it does mean that a M and KD-government would be able to negotiate on matters of fact, with The sweden democrats. If it can be extended to a budgetary cooperation, which Ebba Busch Thor is not suggested, it can form the shape of a regeringsalternativ.
When DN's Hans Olsson interviewed Ulf Kristersson at the beginning of this month, expressed the M-controller itself is not as common on SD. ”I'm not going to try to isolate them,” said Kristersson. He was no ideological or in principle objections against the controversial party. And on the question if he rule out future cooperation, he said, ”What's going to happen in the longer term, nobody knows.”
Likely the Conservatives to follow after the Christian democrats on this issue. The conservatives have a hard tone, particularly against the Centre party and the Liberals, and shows few signs of trying to recreate the Alliance. Ulf Kristerssons most likely the way to statsministerposten goes through the cooperation of the government with the christian democrats in the riksdag in addition, with The sweden democrats.
the Conservatives last party leader Anna Kinberg Batra, triggered a minor avalanche of väljarflykt to the Centre when she gave a similar response as Ebba Busch Thor does now. Many of the voters have not returned to the M. But it is not certain that the story is repeated. According to SVT/Novus, in november, a majority of both KD's and M's voters that the party can negotiate with the SD in order to get their policies through parliament.
It means, of course, not that the parties can not lose voters. But there are opportunities to win voters. The ones that have gone over to the SD is likely easier to go over to another party that does not believe that the SD should be isolated. The christian democrats may also win over moderates who want to see a SD-cooperation. The net need not be to the detriment of KD.
Ebba Busch Thor looks to search for a place between the SD and the M in the new political landscape, even if a part of the party's political issues not at all belong there. The christian democrats want to, for example, have a more generous immigration policy than both the Moderates and The sweden democrats. The party högerflank was voted down by a large margin when they tried to get a lot of tightening up on the latest rikstinget.