Löfven seeks to form a government that receives support from the Environment Party, the Left Party and the Center Party. In this way, Löfven would be able to get the required majority of 175 seats required to create a viable government.
In Sweden information on the country’s future government is expected this week.
Chairman of the Social Democrats Stefan Löfven tells Monday whether he has found a way to form a new government.
The Löfven government collapsed two weeks ago on Monday in a parliamentary vote of confidence. Last Thursday, Löfven was appointed Speaker of Parliament by the Speaker of Parliament From Andreas Norlén, and if Norlén believes Löfven has the potential to form a government, the parliament will vote on it on Wednesday.
In this way, the new Swedish government can be clear on Wednesday at the earliest.
Löfven seeks to form a government that would receive support from the Environment Party, the Left Party and the Center Party. In this way, Löfven would be able to get the required majority of 175 seats required to create a viable government.
The opposition would be left to a moderate coalition, the Swedish Democrats, the Christian Democrats and the Liberals.
There is no certainty about Löfven’s success, as Löfven’s possible majority depends on only one member of parliament. In addition, Löfven’s potential support party center has previously refused to budget co-operation with the Left Party.
Left Party chairman Nooshi Dadgostar has said he is demanding influence on the government budget in return for support for the government.
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However, according to information circulating in the Swedish media on Monday, the center would be ready to support Löfven in the prime minister’s vote. According to media information, the center has demanded that Löfven agree, among other things, regarding the center’s proposals for strengthening the rights of forest owners.
Second Chairman of the Environment Party Per Bolund however, told the Swedish newspaper Svenska Dagbladet on Monday that the Environmental Party could not support a government that would accept the center’s demands.
Löfven may also say on Monday that it needs more time for government inquiries. In the Swedish model for forming a government, there are four companies. The first company to form a board in this crisis received a moderate coalition chairman Ulf Kristersson.
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If Löfven fails to form a government, the President may appoint a new government expert twice more. If the government has not been formed after the fourth attempt, extra elections will be held in Sweden.