Please note these are freely translated from Swedish to English and the parties are sorted in alphabetic order. If the parties had headlines they are reflected. If they used a bullet point list, the first three are reflected.
Each party’s manifesto is attached to its link.
– Preserve the democracy against xenophobia, islamic radicalism, left extremism and nazism. Men and women’s equal rights as well as democratic freedom and rights. Sweden should be a charitable country
– Perform long-term and sustainable reforms for the labor market. real-estate market, taxes and migration.
– Reduce the divide of the labour market and better integration. Anyone who can work should work and support oneself.
Center Party manifesto
– No-one should have to die while waiting for health care (reduce healthcare cues)
– Protect Her, not the perpetrator (focus on judicial efforts)
– Don’t force the elderlies to loneliness (focus on the retirement homes)
Christian democrats manifesto
– Connect Sweden with trains that leave depart in time – want to build tracks for high-speed trains and reinforce the existing train tracks across Sweden
– Encourage climate friendly and ecological foods – add a tax on imported meat where antibiotics have been exaggerated in the production process
– Save our oceans and water – stop the spreading of plastics, poisons and dangerous substances as well as protecting more marine areas
– A Sweden for all – not just the most wealthy
– The people should dictate the rules
– An equal tax system
Left Party manifesto
– The school comes first
– Better integration and more jobs
– More EU – more international collaboration
Liberal party manifesto
– Economy, jobs and growth
– Law and order
– Migration and integration
Moderates party manifesto
– A society strong enough to reach full employment
– A society strong enough to support you in every event of life
– A society strong enough to defeat crime
Social democrats manifesto
– Health care politics
– Cohesion in society
– Migration politics
Sweden Democrats manifesto