En analys av 73-punktsprogrammet utifrån Socialdemokraterna, Miljöpartiet de Gröna, Liberalerna, Centerpartiet : Vem fick ut mest av 73-punktsprogrammet?

Detta är en Kandidat-uppsats från Linnéuniversitetet/Institutionen för statsvetenskap (ST)

Sammanfattning: The Swedish election resulted in that none of the traditional coalitions could form government. A new coalition was formed; the Social democrats and the Green Party formed a government with support from centre-right Liberals and Centre Party. The government relies on a written agreement between the four parties, called 73-punktsprogrammetwhere the parties have listed a numerous of policies which will be tried in the parliament. This is qualitative text-analysis that will use two main theories by Juul Christians, and Müller and Ström. The theories describe party behaviour and what is important to have in mind when entering an agreement like this. This study aims to find which party got the most of their own policies through in 73-punktsprogrammet.This result is then be analysed through the two theories to find why the parties chose to enter the coalition. What was found was that the centre-right parties, especially the Centre Party got the most of their own policies trough in the agreement and that the two government parties had to give up quite a lot in the agreement. Furthermore, the two theories explained to some extent why the parties chose to enter the coalition.

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