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Svenska kraftnät's director general may go

svenska kraftnät, the Swedish government has commissioned to maintain and develop the backbone of the Swedish electricity supply. DN has the last month audited the authority and revealed several irregularities. It has among other things been about konsultupplägg with obvious jävskopplingar and the gaps in security protection.

Svenska kraftnät's director general, Ulla Sandborgh may now leave their service. It confirms the authority's press officer Carina Netterlind for DN:

According to DN, and Swedish Radio experience, the decision is taken at a cabinet meeting on Thursday.

In an email to employees at the Swedish national grid said Ulla Sandborgh the news:

”It has been incredibly inspiring and rewarding to work with you to ensure that our power system will also work in the future. I want to thank everyone for the time been. I had so wanted to be with and work forward together with you. Now it is not so. But I know that there are solid skills, drive, and commitment with you to solve the task.”

the DN has since Wednesday morning searched Anders Ygeman (S), but without getting any feedback. At 20.30 on Wednesday night called Anders Ygemans press officer Fredrik Persson. DN asked him to comment on the data:

"We have no comments," he said.

Both Anders Ygeman and the former energy minister Ibrahim Baylan (S) has previously said that it highlighted the Swedish power grid is serious.

" It doesn't inspire much confidence that the information which the authority first left proved to not really sue, said Ibrahim Baylan in the Echo Lördagsintervju recently.

the Swedish national grid themselves to Säpo, which is the supervisory authority for säkerhetsskyddsfrågor. In a motion called Ulla Sandborgh the Fbi to initiate an oversight.

DN:s review has shown that several senior managers have been hired or have been hired without proper background checks. Moreover, the Swedish national grid has given it-technologies in the rest of the world access to sensitive control systems without security clearance according to Swedish law. The system is classified as of importance to national security. Our engineers, working in the u.s. bolagsjätten General Electric, have been able to control the systems remotely from Florida in the united states. The system is so central that the employees would, in practice, able to interfere with Sweden's electricity supply, according to DN.

" We have noted that there are gaps in our säkerhetsskyddsarbete, said säkerhetsskyddschefen Erik Nordman last week.

the DN has also published mejlkonversationer which have shown that the Ulla Sandborgh wanted to delay the information about the significant price increases in the core network until after the election. In addition, a high head deleted a large amount of e-mails in connection with that DN has requested them.

the Swedish Radio, who was the first to draw attention to Ulla Sandborgh depart, stated that it is continuing revelations about the new flaws that got the government's patience to run out. The government should have assessed the situation as so bad that the director-general lost the government's confidence and will to be replaced.

The previous säkerhetsskyddschefen Alireza Hafezi has previously said, in a DN interview that he sounded the alarm to the Fbi in may of last year, if allvaliga gaps in säkerhetsskyddsarbetet. – I felt that it was difficult to get the ear of management internally so I wanted to our supervisory authority would have knowledge of what was going on, he said in January.

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