Annie Lööf announced on Friday that the Centre management is willing to let Stefan Löfven in Wednesday's statsministeromröstning. The decision must first be anchored in The board of trustees on Saturday, but it would get new information after it sees Tommy Möller, a political scientist at Stockholm University, which is highly unlikely.
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the settlement with C, P and MP as presented, but they have not yet given any official information on how they will cast their votes on Wednesday. Their partiråd to be held on Sunday.
Speaking to the distribution of seats is their indication of any less importance, then P+C+MP+V would have 175 votes against the other parties 174.
– However, is the Liberals ' answer in all cases important on a sakpolitiskt way, then C does not want to make itself dependent on V, says Tommy Möller.
to trap Stefan Löfven in the vote, but they will most likely not do, " he says.
" on the other hand, they learn to abstain in order to highlight that they are unhappy with this agreement.
Despite the fact that in practice they would be excluded from the influence of the mean Tommy Möller to V receive a ”golden opportunity” to grow in opinion.
– When the S is becoming more right-wing, it creates a big room for the Eu to profile itself on the left, and can certainly lure over voters who voted at S.
between Löfven and Kristersson been the subject of considerable internal discussion within the C and L, there is also a theoretical possibility that some mps would break the party line in statsministeromröstningen.
– But this is very rare so I have a hard time to see it. And even if the eight L-members that went out with support for Kristersson would do it, it has no relevance to Wednesday's vote, " says Tommy Möller.
" Yes, but they have shown a much stronger cohesion, such as it has not leaked out some internal strife in the media. That it would happen that I see as directly unlikely.
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and Stefan Löfven is elected as prime minister think Tommy Möller to the future, the government may encounter a lot of difficulties, in spite of the mittenorienterade the settlement.
" There is still disbelief and the obvious tension between the four parties in the settlement, and there are many uncertainties in this that can affect the government's handlingskraftighet. By all accounts we are heading towards a recession, and the worse the economy, with the accompanying unpopular decisions can also be stressful for a relationship, " he says.
A S+MP government with the support of the C and the L would not have its own majority in the parliament, but to trap decision, it is required that V is voting with M, KD, and SD.
And it's not a scenario we can imagine. So in that way, it can speak for a certain degree of stability, " says Tommy Möller.
support's, he thinks it may lead to the deterioration of the poll for the two parties, which at least has been the case in similar situations historically.
– I'm guessing that it might be tough for them. At the same time, the social democrats, not as big and dominant as in the past, we are in a different location now and has had a long drawn-out process. It will be interesting to see how voters react, " he says.
President Andreas Norlén (M) will speak with the parties and submit the proposal on industrialized on Monday.