"I have realised that many people demand that we as a government alternative answer some questions where I before thought we could go to the polls with only the party's own policies. I do not think that anymore. For example issues concerning the welfare system, the fight against unemployment and the climate crisis are all issues where it is demanded that the government alternative shows what it wants to do," Ohly told Swedish Radio News.
Ohly also said that foreign and security policy as well as EU policies also might be part of a joint platform. These questions are otherwise where the parties normally are seen to have most disagreements. But Ohly does not think it is impossible for the three parties to agree also on a platform for these areas.
"It is more important that we change the Government than that the Left party grows" Ohly told the News Agency TT.
Ohly's comments comes ahead of the meeting of the party's executive group this coming weekend, when they will decide on their proposal to a party platform ahead of next year's election.