During the European refugee crisis in 2015, the Social C Level Contact List Democratic government maintained the open-door policy promoted by the previous administration; at first it did so with wide public support, although critical opinions soon multiplied, particularly among the working class. The 2018 elections produced a result similar to that of 2014: neither the traditional right nor C Level Contact List the centre-left obtained a majority, and the Sweden Democrats returned to become the axis with more force than ever and an increase of 4.7% in their votes. But this time the center-left was weakened by C Level Contact List the retreat of social democracy, which with a fall of 2.3% reached its historical minimum.
Even so, the three center-left parties C Level Contact List gathered 144 seats against 143 for the traditional right (in 2014 the balance was 159 to 141, out of a total of 349). Two of the bourgeois parties had broken the 2014 agreement aimed at ignoring xenophobes, but two others still clung to it. After four months of negotiations, a new agreement was reached C Level Contact List between the Social Democratic, Green, Center and Liberal parties, The Center Party, which had its C Level Contact List origins as the Farmers' League (a crucial ally of the Social Democrats in the 1930s and 1950s) and mutated into the most neoliberal in all of.
Sweden, got what it was looking for: the so-called January C Level Contact List Agreement with its 73 points. In its introduction it was explicitly stated that, according to the Agreement, the Left Party would not have any influence on the political orientation of the country during the next parliamentary term. However, to come to power, the government depended on the votes C Level Contact List of that party. After some smooth talk with Stefan Löfven, the Social Democratic C Level Contact List leader, the leftist leadership swallowed the affront beyond its strong warnings against two of the 73 points: