For a long time, Stefan Hanna Center Party's face was out in Uppsala, but in connection with internal battles he was excluded from the party last year. Together with a group of Uppsalabor and businessmen, he now steps back into the political arena in a whole new political party.
The development party Democrats (Foreign Ministry) called for a press conference on Monday and presented their Uppsala analysis and objectives. The key word was measurable goals.
- We will put measurable results in all political areas. In this way, everyone can see how we do everything to go from a measurable current situation to a future improvement, ”says Stefan Hanna, the Foreign Ministry's new party chairman."Individuals are not the problem"
Exactly what core issues the party has are not currently written in stone. Several in the party board expressed strong criticism of the tram plans in Uppsala and the school results, but the party also believes that the integration in Sweden and Uppsala has been a failure that they did not dare speak of.
- Here the policy has failed and not the individual who has come to Sweden. But the policy has also failed to stop immigration volumes that are not sustainable. But the individual is not the problem, but an asset, says Stefan Hanna.No national ambitions
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs announced that they have no ambitions to stand in the parliamentary elections. The focus is on the Uppsala region. But how do they intend to finance their investments in, for example, school and migration? Stefan Hanna believes that streamlining operations goes a long way.
- Huge tax money and it is possible to get much more real business by working more efficiently and cutting unnecessary administration.