Last week gathered krigsdelegationen, which if necessary can replace the riksdag if Sweden would be at war or threat of war, to select ordförandeposter, president.
in Addition to the president, Andreas Norlén, who is the president are three vice ordförandeposter. At krigsdelegationens meeting on Wednesday was elected Åsa Lindestam (S), to the vice-president, Mia Sydow Mölleby (V) to the second vice-president, and Kerstin Lundgren (C), to the third vice.
nominated member of parliament Paula Bieler, who first lost to the left party candidate and then to The candidate.
During the last mandate got the SD, the member Bear to the South a post as second vice-chairman of the krigsdelegationens bureau. This time was the SD without.
" We think it would be reasonable if we got the second vice-chair, just as we should have been second vice-chair. But then, put the V up a candidate, it was voting with closed ballots. So despite the fact that V is a considerably smaller party than we, so they got yet other viceposten. Then repeated the same pattern, at the election of the third vice-president, then put the C up a candidate to Paula Bieler, who was our candidate and won with an overwhelming majority, " says Mattias Karlsson.
members of the delegation, Hans Ekström, says that his party has chosen to do in the same way as during the autumn talmansval.
" We feel that the SD party has settings that are problematic and we do not think that parliament or krigsdelegationen can have them in the bureau. It is the default, it is just the same as in the talmansvalet, " he says.
the Christian democrats also laid down their voices but have a different view of the matter.
" Ebba Busch Thor made a mark in the plenary session if she thinks that you normally should adhere to proportionality. Our fundamental view is that it is reasonable in the case where there are no political cooperation, which may justify the cartel, " says Johan Ingerö, policyansvarig in the christian democrat partiledarstab.
nominate an own candidate.
”We abstained when the vote on second vice-president, because none of the candidates were then nominated, we as a parliament, the fourth largest party Kerstin Lundgren, third vice-president”, says the Centre party group leader Anders W Jonsson in a written comment.
the View on whether The sweden democrats will get presidieplatser or not, has caused debate on several occasions.
During the summer, flared, an infected brawls between the ruling coalition parties had agreed after the Conservatives opened for The sweden democrats should get presideplatser in the committees according to their size. Also the three other ruling coalition parties had agreed, backed it up initially but the C and L had to then back after the strong reactions in their parties.
to comment, the president Andreas Norlén likewise. DN has also sought the Conservatives for a comment.