The Swedish bloc policy, which is increasingly resembling a two-party system, threatens our democracy and welfare.
After the last election, we have witnessed how the cemented bloc policy has created a weak and often panicky leadership both at national level and in several municipalities. At the same time, we testify that the majority in our elected chambers cannot leave SD without indirect influence over the policies pursued. As a result, we see a continued normalization of SD's racist and xenophobic policies.
As long as the bloc policy persists, or until the voters completely redraw the political map, this development will continue and the Sweden Democrats' influence over the chaotic policy will continue to increase even if the party's support decreases.