Published On: Tue, Sep 11th, 2018

Swedish election: anti-migrant party prevents two prime coalitions from attaining majority

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It seems that Swedish people is not different from other European countries which have recently expressed their fear towards the unchecked inflow of migrants into their land through their ballet papers.

Recently, Italy and Poland expressed it. Even, Germany, the only country which adopted a friendly approach towards the inflow of migrants, clearly expressed it. Now, Sweden has joined the club.

In the Swedish general election, the anti-migrant Sweden Democrats party has secured nearly eighteen per cent vote (at least six per cent more than what they wristed in the previous election), preventing both of the two powerful political coalitions from attaining a simple majority.

As both coalition leaders have decided not to join hands with the far-rights, the country has met a political deadlock.

The centre-right coalition and centre-leftist coalition have grabbed nearly forty per cent each. However, the centre-leftist coalition has gained a slight edge over the other.

The Social Democrat party is the one which has emerged as the topper among the political parties which has contested in the election.

At this moment, all are sceptical as well as highly confused about the future of the Swedish politics.

Anyway, the big question is: why anti-migrant parties get immense support in each and every European country.

 

 

Vignesh. S. G

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Swedish election: anti-migrant party prevents two prime coalitions from attaining majority