The funeral of block politics. Then Prime Minister Stefan Löfven described the election results in this year's parliamentary elections.
This also applies to provincial elections.
Sweden Democrats are growing strongly, from just over 9 percent of the votes in the 2014 elections to 12.9 percent in this year's elections, according to the Preliminary Statistics of the Validity Authority.
The crayfish of the environmental group is almost catastrophic. The party does not meet the triple barrier in eight district councils and resigns from the council.
The effect becomes historical. Neither the alliance parties nor the red-green can form their own majority in the provincial councils and regions & # 39; s. With one exception, Västerbotten. There S, V and MP receive 52.4 percent of the votes.
In the most civilian provincial council of the country, Halland, The alliance, however, is close to the majority, with 49.6 percent. This is what the Environment Party urgently needs, and it means that bourgeois and parliamentarian can continue to monitor Halland as they have done for several periods.
Another ruler of today can retain the power if those parties want to continue working together. It is the cross-border coalition, S, V, MP, C, in Gävleborg, which receives 52.7 percent.
Just like in the national plan, the two largest parties, the Social Democrats and the moderate countries, land drop. M decreases from 21.5 to 19.3 percent and S from 32.9 to 28.7 percent.
This makes the provincial council more unsafe than ever before. All the last elections were the record in the minority government and cross-border coalitions. This year it can take a long time to form the board.
A number of parties in health care can also be counted as the winner of the election. The care party in Norrbotten grows by almost 9 percentage points to 34.5 percent and goes to Social Democrats as the largest party in the Red County. Historically speaking. But even here it can be difficult to form a board. Neither liberals nor Christian Democrats get representation in Norrbotten and the environmental party expires. The care team, M and C collectively collects 48.2 percent and therefore does not obtain a majority.
Care for the money in Sörmland is also shifting considerably from 11.9 in the previous elections to 18.9 per cent this year. But neither can the party form the majority of the alliance. The current cross-border coalition, S, MP, C, L, comes together only 38 percent, because the MP is below the threshold of 3 percent.
As expected, the infected battle at the Sollefteå hospital affected the Social Democrats in Western Norway. The party supports from almost 48 to 35.5 percent. The care team Västernorrland has returned and gets 8.8 percent. But even here it is uncertain how the region should be controlled.
No major effect of the noise around New Karolinska in Solna is noticed in Stockholm County Council. The Alliance, ruled in the minority last term, gets more than 46 percent, while the reddish reaches just over 42 percent. SD gets a wardrobe position.
Minority management, S and MP, in Skåne, supports properly and ends in more than 31 percent. The alliance gets more than 40 percent. In between, SD is 19.8 percent, the second strongest result of the party in the provincial elections. Only in Blekinge the party has a higher figure.
The Greenland government of the Västra Götaland region (Alliance plus MP) does not reach a majority either.
A severe autumn awaits.
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