SWEDEN: After right-wing parties won, politics of Södertälje Municipality to be changed

SÖDERTALJE, Sweden — The Södertälje three right-wing parties intend to make a radical change in Södertälje Municipality, after winning the municipal elections, according to Swedish media outlets.

This change is to take place for the first time in 32 years, since the Social Democratic Party had won the majority of votes.

The right-wing parties consists of three parties, Moderate Party, Liberal Party and the Christian Democrats.

In a statement, the three parties revealed their union to run Södertälje municipality. The parties will be supported by the Social Democratic Party, which is considered the ruling party in Sweden.

The three parties stated that they had plans on a radical change in Södertälje city.