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Höök (M): "Obviously a compromise budget"


Stina Höök (M) regional council thinks it is a widespread budget - It is obvious that it is a compromise budget. There are four different parties involved in this budget and it is noticeable. It is sprawling. There are parts of it that I think are good and there are some things I don't like, she says.

Stina Höök welcomes, among other things, investments in police and municipalities and regions. On the other hand, she thinks the new version of the free year now called education time is a completely wrong investment.

- It is not a sensible thing to put money into the situation that Sweden is in today, she says.

"Need long-term strategy"

In the draft budget, Filipstad, Säflle, Munkfors and Storfors receive extra money for receiving many asylum seekers.

- Money is certainly necessary in an emergency situation. But what we need is a more long-term strategy for dealing with these issues.

Source: svt

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