The climate, environmental threats, Sweden's self-sufficiency, humanity and the children's future were in focus when the Green Party's spokesperson Isabella Lövin gave a speech on Sunday.
To a number of disposable flags with the Sweden Democrats' logo, Jimmie Åkesson entered the stage on Saturday night to hold Almedalen Week's penultimate party leadership speech. There was a speech that largely ignored Sweden's role in the world, except when it came to the refugee reception, or rather; the limitation of it.
Almedalen Week is soon over and Friday is Christian Democrats Day. Ebba Busch Thor believes that we must have greater confidence in Swedish welfare, trust in the Swedish state and reform healthcare, care for the elderly and the police.
During the Social Democrats' day, a nauseating Thursday evening during Almedalen Week, Stefan Löfven begins his party leadership speech with a nostalgic look back at the Social Democratic heritage that Almedalen Week carries.
Annie Lööf's party leadership speech is permeated by a shaky seriousness with emphasis on the threat from extremism and climate change. In addition to emphasizing the importance of cooperation, maintaining values and innovation, few examples are given of how threats should be addressed.
Jan Björklund's party leadership speech was both a nostalgia trip and a history lesson, intended to remind voters of the good deeds of liberalism in the world and make those who are considering voting for non-liberal forces in this autumn's elections rethink.
In Monday's speech, Jonas Sjöstedt clarified that equality and the climate are the basis for the Left Party's policy. Sweden must be an open country, a Sweden that does not build walls but welcomes and includes people fleeing crises, says Jonas Sjöstedt and attaches clear importance to the ideology and emphasizes international socialism.
During the Moderates' party leadership speech yesterday in Almedalen, Ulf Kristersson focused on domestic issues such as security, integration, the work against gang crime and issues concerning children and young people's health and opportunities. What was missing, however, was the perspective of Sweden's role in the world and the work to achieve the global sustainability goals.