In an internal email that the DN has taken the part of the told the Agency's acting director-general that she had received outraged calls from the government after documents released to TV4 in may 2018. The documents concerned meetings between Annika Strandhälls secretary of state and Ann-Marie Begler, as at the disclosure petats from his post as director general on Insurance.
After the DN's disclosure reports the now The sweden democrats Annika Strandhäll to the parliament's constitutional affairs committee.
– We do it for that obviously fails to meet the constitution. They break in what a minister should do and not. We shall have ministerial in Sweden, but the border is very subtle in this mode, " says Angelika Bengtsson, member of parliament for The sweden democrats who signed the notification which was submitted on Wednesday.
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told the acting director-general Maria Hemström Hemmingsson that the government has said it will have ”serious consequences” if the meeting notes are left out, and that she hereafter want to determine if it should be done in the future.
" An officer has no duty to say to its highest head that you left out the documents that are not confidential. You may remain anonymous if you want it. That one, as a minister and as a senior manager walks in and has opinions about it and says that it has consequences, it is jätteallvarligt, " says Angelika Bengtsson.Angelika Bengtsson, member of parliament for The sweden democrats, have written during the notification. Photo: Henrik Montgomery/TT
Maria Hemström Hemmingsson fades in an interview with DN down the incident and says she does not recall it as type. Annika Strandhäll in turn, say that she didn't even knew that the contact was made.
" surely that must be sorted out now by KU. I think it sounds strange in my ears. It is strange if it is the government and the department who shall control the public documents that I and you and the public may take part of, " says Angelika Bengtsson.
" We must make it clear if this is the practice from the government's side. It is the practice, so, it is extremely serious.
the government's actions when Ann-Marie Begler petades reviewed by the committee on the constitution. On Thursday 25 april, the minister will be questioned. The conservatives chairman of the socialförsäkringsutskottet has demanded that KU already brings up the new data DN revealed.