The Speaker of the parliament will Tuesday meet his three deputies and they are expected to discuss options to form a government with Social Democrat leader Stefan Löfven.
- Social Democrats aim för partnership with Greens.
- Holding the balance of power.
The Sweden Democrats could hold the balance of power in about half of the local councils in Sweden, Swedish Radio News reports.
- Controls tests on human subjects.
A third of the members of the Ethical Review Board, which vets the ethics of research involving humans, have resigned in protest against how the board is run.
- Despite talk of stricter mortgage-rules.
House prices in Sweden continue to rise, despite the warnings that mortgage-owners will soon have to start paying off their debt.
- 15 september kl 16:10
Gothenburg University political scientist Jonas Hinnfors.
After Sunday night`s excitement, Monday was a day of behind closed doors meetings for Social Democrat leader Stefan Löfven. The country`s prime minister in waiting has been holding discussions with others parties in an attempt to form a new government. earlier today radio Sweden`s Dave Russell spoke to Gothenburg University political scientist Jonas Hillsfors who explained to shed some light on the complicated situation.Government coalition talks.
The leader of the Social Democrats Stefan Löfven has this evening ruled out a coalition with the smaller Left Party.
- 15 september kl 16:17
Radio Sweden caught up with Richard Milne, Nordic and Baltic correspondent for the Financial Times, who covered the Swedish election from the Social Democrats' election party HQ. Reporter: Nathalie Rothschild.No big difference between centre-left and centre-right.
Richard Milne, Nordic and Baltic correspondent for the Financial Times, tells Radio Sweden that messy negotiations could confound international perceptions of Sweden as a stable nation.
- (3:14 min)15 september kl 14:42
Will the Sweden Democrats stay isolated?
The anti-immigration party is celebrating a big win, as third-biggest in the parlliament. They hope this will force the other parties to stop isolating them. Reporter: Loukas Christodoulou.Have become third-biggest party on 13 percent.
None of the other parties want to work with the anti-immigration Sweden Democrats, although the party claims they are already having secret talks.
- Marched to parliament.
Thousands of protesters gathered in central Stockholm, Gothenburg and Malmö to protest against racism and xenophobia.
- Unusual in Sweden.
A moderate earthquake registering 4.1 on the Richter Scale struck central Sweden Monday.
- "The deal is real".
Microsoft has bought Mojang, the Swedish firm behind the popular video game Minecraft, for $2.5bn.
- Approved by parliament.
Gothenburg residents voted no to congestion charges in a local referendum Sunday.