- Last before election.
We analyse the last parliamentary debate among the eight party leaders before the election.
- 1 av 2Until September 13.
More than 2 km of city streets will be off limits to most vehicle traffic during the summer months.
- Vote in September.
The ruling Social Democrat party is continuing to slide in opinion polls, prompting several former ministers to criticise the party's election strategy to woo back supporters who left to join the Sweden Democrats.
Political scientist Nicholas Aylott says the centre-left promise to limit work permits shows how the two partners in government are already fighting the election as separate parties.
- Falling below parliament threshold.
The Green Party has seen its membership numbers cut in half since joining the Social Democrats government as junior partner.
- Governing party.
With the slogan "The climate cannot wait", the Green Party hopes to attract voters worried about the various threats facing the environment.
- Security allegations.
Sweden's Green Party has removed its foreign affairs spokesperson, Pernilla Stålhammar over a row about party members' alleged contacts with a foreign power.
- Over a decade.
The Green Party has launched an internal inquiry into one of its MPs, who has left after being accused of unwelcome advances and harasssment.
- Ineffective action.
Swedish members of the EU parliament are disappointed in the government efforts to free two Swedish citizens detained by Turkey.
- Cross-party deal.
Defence analyst Jacob Westberg believes that the deal on increased defence spending struck between the government and two parties of the opposition is in line with the expectations from the Swedish Armed Forces.
- Pride Week.
Green politicians want Sweden to recognise a third legal gender, allow children to have more than two legal guardians, and constitutionally protect transgender people against hate crimes.
The new Minister for Infrastructure has announced an investigation into the scandal that saw his predecessor step down.
- Political scientist: They have failed on a number of important environmental issues4:22 min 4:22 minConference in Linköping.
A political scientist attending the Green Party conference tells Radio Sweden that, in order to reverse negative polling trends, the party needs to steer government politics in a “green direction”.
- 1 av 2Väljaropinion maj 20172 av 2Party congress in Linköping.
As the Green Party conference kicks off on Friday, a fresh poll of polls shows that the Social Democrats' coalition government partner has dropped below the 4-percent threshold to stay in parliament.