Want to negotiate
“I am happy to continue as prime minister until the parliament opens in two weeks,” said Löfven.
“There is no requirement in the Constitution that the Prime Minister is going to leave now. The election result is not even clear, there is no need to lock in positions, he continued.
The Prime Minister said that since no page that has its own majority, it is natural for cross-border solutions to come across.
“Whatever the outcome of elections, this evening should be the end of the block policy,” said the prime minister.
At the same time, he directed a kick to the bourgeois Alliance, who demanded he leave.
The responsible person is now waiting for the final result,” said Löfven to his supporters on Social Democrats’ election week night to Monday.
Late Sunday evening, Sweden’s Prime Minister Stefan Löfven made it clear to the Social Democrats that he did not go by now, but he was sitting as prime minister, at least for two weeks.
“We had wanted a better result, but after all, the electorate has made the Social Democrats the most important party,” Löfven said.
Social Democrats make it worse in this year’s elections than they have been doing for over 100 years.
The party appears to be 28.4 per cent, while the party’s previous bottom listing was 28.5 per cent in 2011.
He also made it clear that the election results are the end of the traditional block policy.
At the same time, Löfven is very disappointed with the high degree of opposition the Swedish Democrats (SD) have received.
“Of course I’m disappointed that a party of roots in Nazi can win so much support in our time,” said Löfven in his speech.
“SD can not and will never be able to offer an improvement for society. They will never be able to establish a state budget. All they can offer is growing inequality and growing hatred, he continued.