"the EU's social pillar with his 20 goals are difficult to grasp – but the parts of the Swedish parties in the two pens."
"It is all about what the role of the union shall have, by what means and what kind of pressure the union to push for the conditions at work, gender equality and social policy."
"The twenties Swedish EU-parliamentarians, who goes to Brussels after the elections on 26 may play a role in what happens with the union's social agenda and its 20 goals. The parliament proposal for a directive of the EUROPEAN commission, drawing up resolutions, driver opinion and negotiates with the member states in the EU council of ministers."
"the Candidates for the Conservatives, the Christian democrats, the Centre party and The sweden democrats have said to the father, to Brussels to try to give the EU more weight in the affairs of the labour market, gender equality and social policy. They believe that the limited power of the EU in the area is enough or goes too far."
"the social democrats, the Greens, the Left party, the Liberals, and the Feminist initiative wants to see the EU be more in the area. But just Access want the EU to legislate in the more questions, the S has said that it does not want to legislate more than what the EU treaties already allow."
"During the previous term of office, since 2014, the european parliament has voted on everything from the limit values for carcinogenic substances, the updating of the terms and conditions for temporary workers and posted workers. Minimum standards for parental leave has been up. It is such that EUROPEAN countries previously agreed that the EU should have some power over."
"The current EUROPEAN commission president Jean-Claude Juncker has been extra active in social issues and arbetslivsregler. Juncker and prime minister Stefan Löfven (S), the social summit in Gothenburg in 2017. Where the adopted EU-countries the social pillar with 20 goals for fairness at work, social protection and equal conditions. In the parliament, had Leaves only the support of the regeringspartnern MP and V and the Liberals of the social pillar."
"Then Göteborgsmötet the EUROPEAN commission, has come up with more proposals."
"– Both referred to as the directive on working conditions and the revision of the posting of workers directive has its background in the social pillar. Possibly, one can expect more, but it is difficult to predict, " says Erik Sjödin, associate professor in labour law at the Swedish Institute for social research, at Stockholm university."
"Moderatledaren Ulf Kristersson has argued that the Leaves pushing through the social pillar"
"Löfven has responded to the EU not only can trade on the market, you also need to push for better conditions for the EU's citizens. He has also waived away that it would reduce parliamentary power or compartment and the employers ' opportunities to negotiate the conditions on the labour market."
"What is going on in the social area from the EU commission, to be replaced in the years, it is difficult to predict, according to Kerstin Ahlberg, the director of the Institute for social private law at Stockholm university."
"– There are all sorts of ideas but you do not know about the new EU commission and member states to take note of them, " says Ahlberg."
"The european socialists (PES) and the French republic Emmanuel Macron wants to push the minimum wage that the EU-question. The commission has aired loose thoughts on some form of unemployment insurance. But the EU does not have the power to take such decisions and there is not support among the member states in order to change it."
"– You must remember it all the time is an interaction, "says Kerstin Ahlberg and aims on the relationship between and your line-ups in the EU-the commission, the member states' governments and the EUROPEAN parliament."
"How the situation looks to determine if an issue is dead from the outset or can be taken up and operated, for example, measures of gender equality. If the right-wing parties in the EU countries in elections to the EUROPEAN parliament, it can reduce the interest."
"– Many countries do not want gender equality to be a cross-cutting issue for the EU, " says Vanja Carlsson, phd in public administration at Gothenburg university, who has conducted research on the EU's work with gender equality."
"Adopted at the EU social summit in Gothenburg in 2017."
"the 20 principles and objectives for better working and living conditions."
"Rights are distributed among three areas: equal opportunities and access to the labour market, fair working conditions and social protection and inclusion."
"Some of the principles:"
"Everyone has the right to a good quality education, training and lifelong learning that empowers them to participate fully in society and cope with the changes in the labour market."
"Men and women have the right to equal pay for equal work."
"the Workers have the right to fair wages that allow a decent standard of living."
"Children have the right to care and pre-school at a reasonable cost."
"anyone who lacks sufficient self-sufficient has the right to adequate minimum compensation that ensures a dignified life in all stages of life. For those who can work, should compensation be combined with the incentive to enter the labour market."
"Source: EUROPEAN commission"