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  • Prime Minister presented Statement of Government EU Policy in the Riksdag

    Prime Minister Stefan Löfven.
    Prime Minister Stefan Löfven. Photo: Ninni Andersson/Government Offices

    On Wednesday 13 November, Prime Minister Stefan Löfven presented the Statement of Government EU Policy in the Chamber of the Riksdag. Today, it is also exactly 25 years since the Swedish people voted yes to EU membership in a consultative referendum. The following year, 1995, Sweden joined the EU.

Photo: Ministry of Finance / Government Offices of Sweden

Budget Bill for 2020: Reforms for a stronger society

Today the Government presents the Budget Bill for 2020 to the Riksdag. The Government is proposing measures to increase the number of jobs, tackle the challenge of climate change, safeguard welfare throughout the country and address crime and its causes.

Prime Minister Stefan Löfven.
Prime Minister Stefan Löfven. Photo: Ninni Andersson/Government Offices of Sweden

Prime Minister Stefan Löfven read the Statement of Government Policy

Today, Prime Minister Stefan Löfven read the Statement of Government Policy in the Riksdag and presented the Government's intended policies for the coming year. The Prime Minister presented changes within the Government.

Minister for Finance Magdalena Andersson and Minister for EU Affairs Hans Dahlgren in front of journalists.
Minister for Finance Magdalena Andersson and Minister for EU Affairs Hans Dahlgren at a press Conference about the Government’s preparations for a no-deal Brexit. Photo: Ninni Andersson/Government Offices of Sweden

Brexit – the United Kingdom’s withdrawal from the European Union

This page contains more information on the work of the Government and the Government Offices in response to the Brexit process, including preparations for a withdrawal. This includes a description of what a no-deal withdrawal would entail and what regulatory amendments have been implemented to deal with it, and what Brexit means for the business sector and the citizens who are particularly affected.

Prime Minister Stefan Löfven at the press conference
Prime Minister Stefan Löfven announced today that the Government will hold the conference in Malmö on 27–28 October 2020. Photo: Ninni Andersson/Government Offices

Malmö to host conference on combating antisemitism and remembrance of the Holocaust

Prime Minister Stefan Löfven announced today that the Government will hold the conference in Malmö on 27–28 October 2020. The aim of the conference is to counter and combat antisemitism, and pass on the memory of the Holocaust.

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