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S to suspend the EU-contribution to the countries that violate the rules

the social democrats, presented on Wednesday its election manifesto ahead of european parliament Elections which will take place on 26 may. S focuses on three main areas: democracy in Europe, fair working conditions and the fight for the climate.

According to prime minister Stefan Löfven, the EU should consider to both stop payments and suspend the voting rights of countries such as the violation of the rules on corruption. The background is under the Leaves that we see a serious development of democracy in Europe and that there are a number of countries that fail the EU's fundamental democratic principles.

" this threatens the entire work of the EU and the EU can never hesitate. This trend must be broken quickly and resolutely. Therefore, we stand up for the pull in both economic resources and, ultimately, even the right to vote in the council of ministers for the countries that do not respect fundamental democratic principles, " says Stefan Löfven.

- You should simply not be able to enrich themselves on the EU's values, if you ignore the EU's values. It should hurt to compromise on democracy.

against the far-right extremism as a key theme in the valrörelsens final stage.

Nationalist and extremist parties should not be offered the power, they will be offered the resistance. It is the basis for the election manifesto we put forward today, " says Stefan Löfven.

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