the Liberals would have been on Tuesday, but will not.
”today, We have taken some of the news that the Centre party says ' no ' to Stefan Löfven. It seems thus not going to come up with a mittenkonstellation. After the agreement has fallen, and thus we do not have any concrete proposals further to take a position, we will not implement our partiråd tomorrow,” writes Elin Boberg, head of the Liberals.
Partirådets blessing was needed for the Liberals would be able to say yes to a settlement that made Stefan Löfven to the prime minister. It would also be a way to determine the battle between the party's two factions, one that wanted to seek the co-operation with S, while the other has opposed it.
has pushed the line to L to negotiate a settlement with the S. He expressed on Monday disappointment on Twitter over ”it does not seem possible to come up with a mittenkonstellation”.
Gulan Avci, a member of parliament and integrationspolitisk spokesperson, have heard to Jan björklund's opponent in the regeringsfrågan. From her point of view was Monday's turn of events was positive.
" Now this proposal has fallen because the Centre party has said no, and I welcome it. For me it's not about förhandlingsbudet in itself, but of the direction our party should take. We promised the voters to make sure that Stefan Löfven was not re-elected, " says Gulan Avci.
Mats Persson, the party's economic policy spokesperson, has also heard to the heavier L-profiles which has gone to war against Björklund-line in regeringsfrågan. Even for him, it is more about principles than about any förhandlingsframgångar. He also argues that The centre party defections will determine the matter for the Liberals in the way that he all the time desired.
– If you say yes in this mode, so it means that the Left party may have a significant influence over Swedish politics. There can never be a liberal party to contribute to. The second is that in reality we are getting a new opposition consisting of M, KD and SD and that we in the next election are likely to have a new conservative block who are at risk to get their own majority. So it will be perceived in voters 'eyes," says Mats Persson.