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The election held in September this year costs around 400 million kronor. The authority expects an additional option to land for the same figure. Stock Photography.
Sorting an additional option would cost as much as a common choice, writing Dagens Nyheter.
It is responsible for preparing an additional option about SEK 400 million, according to the Authority.
"The big challenge in the Swedish system is to reach the production and distribution of rolling and rolling mills," said Anna Nyqvist, Senior Vice President of the DN.
The most difficult items are about government grants to municipalities, the production of election, distribution and postage, as well as personnel costs.
Following the development of democracy, we had only one choice in Sweden at the second chamber election in 1958. But if Ulf Kristersson (M) will not receive enough support as a prime minister on Wednesday and there are three other votes fails, there will be an extra choice.
The election must then be held within three months of the fourth vote.
Correct: In an earlier version, the wrong time period was identified for when additional options should be held.